There’s a super-easy way to hand tint valentines or photos and it’s PicMonkey! I’m a big fan of the photo editing service. I get all the cool tools and features with an annual subscription. They also offer monthly subscriptions for $4.99. Many of PicMonkey’s features, however, are totally free. I use PicMonkey every day, but […]
I’ve been working on a plastic bottle cap art project for and with my son’s class for the annual school auction. I’ve never done one of these before, so I had a lot to learn before getting the kids together to place the bottle caps on the design. I couldn’t find a comprehensive tutorial anywhere, […]
Early last fall, my son Sullivan had a friend over for a play date and they each made a pizza quilt. Little sister Bridgy joined in with an original pizza happy face. Big sister Juliette joined me in eating it all. Ha! There was something for everyone to do. This was such an easy little […]
Ralph C Lincoln is an 11th generation Lincoln. President Abraham Lincoln is his third cousin. Talk about strong genes. The resemblance is uncanny.
Meet Harriet, the Hairy Fairy. She’s a little doll stuck snug inside the pocket of a pretty satin pillow case. She has quite a life story. Harriet brings tangle-free dreams to help ensure little girls have tangle-free hair. The secret is in the satin, which decreases frizzy hair tangling caused from tossing and turning while […]
It snowed yesterday in Oklahoma City! I can’t remember a time when it snowed this early in the season. The gold leaves on my Sully’s tree always fall too fast for me. But, I do love the snow, and I welcomed a Snow Day! We started the day with cornmeal mush. It made the children […]
My son wore a homemade porcupine costume for Halloween. It was so fun making it and making him happy! Here’s a picture of him and his younger sister visiting one of my favorite houses on our street. I love the white stucco and blue trim. It always looks great in fall with the autumn garland […]