Are you getting ready for the big game? Here is a DIY Snack Stadium idea that I have used before and love the way it turned out.
I am not a big football fan, I am really not a sports fan of any kind. Growing up my dad was a HUGE football fan, a Raider fan to be exact. We went to games, practice games and autograph signings, we drove hours to these…Continue
Added by Jessica Briggs on January 20, 2018 at 10:26pm — No Comments
I love mason jars, they are great for DIY gifts and great for DIY decorating. This past Fall I made leaf covered mason jars and they added a great Fall touch to my mantle and my dining table for Thanksgiving. …
Added by Jessica Briggs on December 11, 2017 at 6:09pm — No Comments
Christmas is upon us! My kids usually make a photo ornament at school each year and I love hanging their photo ornaments on the tree and seeing how much they've grown throughout the years. One thing I've found though is the kid made photo ornaments sometimes break, or fall apart so I was looking for something more…Continue
Added by Jessica Briggs on December 9, 2017 at 2:19am — No Comments
Fall is here!!! During September you start seeing all the Fall decorations go up for sale in the stores. I am a summer girl it usually takes me until the middle or end of September to get in the mood for Autumn. The weather start’s getting cooler, it starts getting darker earlier and then I am ready to embrace all things pumpkin spice and put up my Fall decorations.
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As many of you know, I’m a huge advocate for natural everything – that includes what I use to clean my home. I love making my own cleaning products. It’s much more simple than you might think! Today, I wanted to share a few of my favorite cleaning product recipes with you so that you can give them a try yourself. Will they smell like those chemical-laden products you find on the store shelves? No, probably not – however, there are healthy and environmental friendly options for adding some…Continue
Added by Sarah McCormick on June 23, 2017 at 10:40am — No Comments
With Memorial Day around the corner, I wanted to share how to make these easy DIY Patriotic t-shirts with your kids. You can also use them for 4th of July!
I made these shirts with my four boys last year, and I love the way they turned out. They wore them to our local Memorial Day Parade.
I usually buy Patriotic shirts for them to wear and you can find a ton of shirts for $5 or less at Old Navy, Walmart, Kohl's and…
Added by Jessica Briggs on May 17, 2017 at 5:02pm — No Comments
I am collaborating with my friend Diana at PantryOverflow to help you 'Host a Cinco de Mayo Party on a Budget'.
I am going to be on Fox 40 News in the morning on Wednesday, May 3rd with Diana from …
Added by Jessica Briggs on May 2, 2017 at 12:31am — No Comments
I love Rice Krispie Treats! I thought it would be fun to make Cinco de Mayo Rice Krispie Treats for our Cinco de Mayo Party.
I made these Patriotic Rice Krispie Treat Pops from 'Kid Friendly Things to Do' for 4th of July last year and I thought I'd adjust it to mini size using my…
Added by Jessica Briggs on April 28, 2017 at 4:05pm — No Comments
I love chips and salsa! Whenever I show friends how to make homemade salsa they are always amazed at how easy it is to make. If you have never tried, I encourage you to try this easy recipe.
Added by Jessica Briggs on April 27, 2017 at 8:50pm — No Comments
Create your own DIY Cinco de Mayo Fiesta Photo Booth Station. Your friends and family will have a blast snapping pictures and selfies.
Added by Jessica Briggs on April 26, 2017 at 2:36pm — No Comments
Last year my son had a culture day assignment where he wrote on our family Mexican heritage, he made a paper Mexican doll, and he could bring in a treat to share with his class. I decided to make buñuelo’s for him to bring in.
My grandmother and my mom make "real" buñuelo’s with homemade tortilla dough and they are delicious. I decided to take the easier route and use store bought flour…
Added by Jessica Briggs on April 26, 2017 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Are you hosting a Cinco de Mayo party or maybe have a "Culture Day" at your kids school? Here are some fun and easy ideas that would be great to do with kids!
I have four boys and most of my friends have kids as well, so if we have a get together or party, I like to plan something for the kids to do. I normally have board games, coloring pages and…
Added by Jessica Briggs on April 26, 2017 at 2:30pm — No Comments
National Teacher Appreciation Day is Tuesday of the first full week in May, the entire week is celebrated as Teacher Appreciation Week. This year that is May 1st through May 5th.
I encourage you to plan with your children to do something…
Added by Jessica Briggs on April 18, 2017 at 5:14pm — No Comments
Know someone getting married? On the blog now. http://www.queensnycmom.com/2017/01/wedding-diy-ideas-for-brides-on-budget.html…Continue
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I am very limited to what I can do to spruce up my space with my space (#renting). Before you shout out your favorite DIYer on YouTube, Pinterest, or Blogger (I follow many) I prefer to let my own personal style come through. There are times when I am collecting pieces for decor that I've seen and admire and other times I just feel my way through. There are several backyard/patio sets and scenes I admire and others that I'd love that don't quite fit the budget nor my style, I haven't decided…Continue
Added by Tonisha Swanson on June 13, 2016 at 12:52am — No Comments
OK I will confess that I found the second Father’s Day DIY idea here on Pinterest a few years ago. The execution of that pinning pro was much more lovely than ours, but that doesn’t really matter.
When you’ve been parenting a long time, these holiday gifts become more challenging. We’ve gone through all the young kid crafts, like the paper tie and the construction paper cards. My husband is not a sports fan or a golfing guy so it is even…Continue
Added by Christine Field on June 7, 2016 at 8:52pm — No Comments
Don't you just love all the adjectives estate agents and designers use to describe small gardens? Petite. Minikin. Bantam. And then we upgrade from foreign words to compound adjectives like space-savvy or better – clichés like less is more. But let's face it – less is less and for whatever reason you have a small garden space, you just have to embrace it. As seasoned London landscaping experts say, learn to love it. Because…Continue
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