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
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Rice Krispie Treats are one of my favorite treats! With Easter right around the corner, I wanted to share with you these two easy and cute Easter Rice Krispie Treat Recipes. I love making fun festive treats for my boys. You can definitely modify these recipes to use what you…Continue
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It is almost Easter! I love everything about Easter, I love celebrating Jesus and His Resurrection. I enjoy the special Easter service at our church. I love that its spring the weather is nice and summer is near, we get to enjoy playing outside. I love all the bright colors that spring and…Continue
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With Easter here and egg dyeing, what are you to do with all those left over egg cartons? You can use the carton to store your hard boiled eggs in the refrigerator for up to one week, but for something more fun...make a bunny!
This is a great way to re-use those egg cartons and have fun with…
Added by Jessica Briggs on April 7, 2017 at 3:44pm — No Comments
Easter is upon us! My children love to dye Easter Eggs, I enjoy it too. We often dye too many Easter Eggs, we end up eating egg salad sandwiches the entire Easter week. I find coloring and dying eggs very therapeutic.
Over the years we…
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I have made a lot of lotions and lip chaps in the last five years. And thus, I have failed. A lot. So to help you create perfect, diy lotions I wanted to prevent…Continue
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The single best body scrub you will ever DIY
Read about it here: http://www.justsomejane.com/2016/09/diy-whipped-vanilla-body-scrub.html…Continue
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Labor Day has passed and most likely there won’t be many opportunities for swimming until 2016. Put those unwanted pool noodles to good use and re-purpose them as a pool noodle lightsaber!
If you’ve explored my blog, you know the only DIY I attempt and share is simple and inexpensive. My…Continue
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DIY can be fun, but it is even more rewarding when your child can learn new concepts from it. I have a little one who is excited about learning, it is important to take advantage of his enthusiasm (and involve him a little in the DIY process).
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This year I am helping to organize our class reunion. Anyone who has done this can attest to the amount of work it takes (not to mention time, money, and energy). One of the easiest parts for us was coming up with a theme. Since we scheduled it for late summer we knew we wanted a more casual and fun theme so we decided on a luau BBQ.
While we have done electronic invitations already, some of our classmates expressed that they would like to receive paper…Continue
Kids can’t sleep because light is streaming through the curtains? Can’t afford blackout curtains? Check out these two hacks that I’ve found extremely useful:
1. VELCRO THE CURTAIN TO THE WALL
Using one half of the velcro sticker on the curtains, and…
When I was redoing the playroom, I went back and forth on whether or not I needed curtains in there. The two windows in the room are large, original windows. One faces North and one faces West. The North facing window is surrounded by a line of trees and really doesn't need any window treatment on it, while the West facing window gets some sun in the afternoon/evening.
I originally thought about something really simple like wood blinds or even a nice roller shade. I wasn't crazy about…Continue
I can't believe May is almost over already. It has been feeling a lot more like March or April around here in Central Kansas. We have gotten so much rain these last few weeks and the temps have been in the 50's more than the 80's. I definitely don't want to complain about rain, but our garden could use a couple of consecutive sunny days.
We planted our garden a little over a month ago, and some things are really starting to take off!...(and some of it, not so much). This is our first…Continue
If you know anything about me, you know that I love a good deal. Like a super cheap, high-five yourself, kind of deal. You can call me cheap if you want to, I won't be offended. I will spend hours scouring flea markets and garage sales and enjoy every minute of it. Anytime I can save our family money, I feel pretty awesome about it.
The only thing better than finding a cool piece of furniture for a great price, is finding one in our home for free. In our upstairs bathroom, there is an…Continue