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Late last year I found out I was chosen to be on the Chick-fil-A Moms Panel. I was SUPER excited because I adore Chick-fil-A!! Not only is the food there amazing and high quality, the company itself is just as awesome with its community involvement and high standards. Needless to say, I’ve enjoyed my partnership and have looked forward to the fun challenges I get to participate in!
You see that?? That’s not just a yummy bowl of Chick-fil-A’s famous chicken tortilla soup, it’s also my next #chickfilamomsDIY challenge! My job (after chowing down all that deliciousness) is to upcycle the soup container. My kids and I brainstormed a bunch of ideas and narrowed it down to two. We decided to do both!
St. Patrick’s Day season is here and I wanted something fun and bright on my door. Most St. Patty’s day decor is green but I decided to go the rainbow route.
I could not find a banner and realized I was going to have to make it. So not only is this a tutorial for a St. Patrick’s Day decoration, it’s also a tutorial for your basic banner.
My younger brother and his wife announced they were expecting their first baby on Christmas Eve. Needless to say, our family is very excited! This past weekend, they hosted a gender reveal party and I found out whether I have a niece or nephew coming….
I knew I wanted to get a present for the new baby. Not knowing the gender yet, I decided to get two gifts and they could open the corresponding gift once we knew.
So I have a bit of a problem… I always fall in love with cute, trendy items that cost a chunk of change. A normal person would just buy the thing they’ve fallen in love with but I’m also cheap!! The item of my obsession these days: a felt letter board. My mission: to make an inexpensive DIY version. Here it goes….
All of the felt letter boards I’ve been able to find have been $50 and above! My tutorial will make you a board of your own for around $20. Come on! Thats less than half price!!
This is the last of my trio of Target Dollar Spot upcycles. I’m sharing a charming heart garland that I made into a vintage love letter themed garland.
I obviously have a love for vintage items. I mean look at those beautiful glass doors I was able to salvage from a 100-year-old San Francisco home! I was excited to vintage-up this darling garland I found at Target.
Here’s the second installment of my Target Dollar Spot upcycling. This time I found these cute packs of red, pink and white doilies. These could absolutely turn into something fun!!
Lara and I are pretty vocal about our love of Target, especially their Dollar Spot. We can’t make a trip to Target without leaving with something from there!! The Valentine items were adorable this year and gave me some awesome inspiration. This post is a series of three where I take those cute, cheap items and make them unique and personalized.
First up is this adorable cutting board. It was only $3 and I loved how simple it was with the heart cut out. I decided it would be so sweet to add a family recipe written in my great grandmother’s handwriting.
With Valentine’s day coming up I was searching for ideas for my husband. Can I brag a little? He’s the most hardworking man I know! He does more for me than I should admit. I always want to do special things for him but he always says he doesn’t need or want anything, and even gives me a hard time for even spending money on him.
Meghan and I had the opportunity to got to Adobe in San Francisco for a workshop on the new Adobe Photoshop Elements 15. We had the pleasure of hearing from Autumn from It’s Always Autumn