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I am so excited for how this project turned out! I have a plan this school year, but it requires a huge space that I can write and change each week. We have a blank space on the wall and I knew a huge chalkboard would be perfect. The whole project cost me about $60…

I really hate when you have something that is odd, bulky, and in the way. Our pool cues were one of these things in our house. We need to have them handy but I wanted them to look classy too. My hubs and I hit the scrap pile to build something to hold them and…

Hey friends!  My boys have been having hours and hours of fun this summer playing with these awesome Kids Rock Collection Kits we made them!  And, today I am going to share with you the tutorial and how we made them!  These rock collection kits will seriously provide your kids hours of exploring and collecting!! Supplies Needed:…

I am not even lying when I say that I get to teach the most fun age at our church!  I teach in our churches Primary, which covers the youth ages 4-11.  The class I teach is the CTR 7 class, which means it is the kids that are 7 turning 8 throughout the year.  Turning 8…

Summer is starting to drag a little here and we needed something to kick our boredom this last weekend so we tried salt painting. It is a little messy but with a little freezer paper down it helps contain the mess. All you need is watercolors, Elmers glue, and lots of salt. First paint your…

We had a blast at our church Girls Camp last week. One of the girls favorite activities was coloring on our tablecloth. We bought a 4 x 12-Feet Canvas Drop Cloth and a pack of sharpie markers and the girls colored all over it for 3 days. It was so fun looking that we wanted…

Hey! I’m Briton, the mama behind Rad Mom Cool Kid, a family lifestyle and travel blog. Today I’m excited to share a simple tutorial for one of my favorite holidays: DIY patriotic shorts. These shorts are perfect for a day spent at the lake, hiking, or BBQing with friends! This tutorial works for any size…

Good morning! I’m Lisa Mabey from Mabey She Made It. My blog is all about sewing, crafts, and home decor with a classic take. One thing you’ll notice about my work is that I like things to be multi-functional and today’s project is no exception. Even though it’s specifically a Fourth of July project, I…

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Gilmour. All opinions are 100% mine. A year ago this weekend we moved into our new home in Northern Utah!  Over the last year we have been working on project have project after project!  One of the biggest and most rewarding has been working…

After I finished my bench (you can see the tutorial here) I was so excited with how much it freshened up our entry that I wanted to make a new Welcome sign. I aim for our house to be a place where people feel welcome and leave feeling better than they did when they came. I…