A Pumpkin and a Princess shares a pretty simple idea for making your own Party Hats which ties in with one of the ideas from the post above but this would also be great for birthday parties. I always like to have a game or activity at my kids parties (even though most of the guests are adults) and this could actually be fun!
Moving on to some Winter ideas (even though winter seems to be a little scarce this year!). 2 Teaching Mommies share a great winter color book as well as two other links to crafts from Family Fun Magazine. The ideas will be added to my January Idea book for future winters (I already have my ideas picked for this year!)
I love to try new recipes, especially from Blogs/Sites that I've had success from in the past which is why I wanted to share this recipe from Comfy In the Kitchen for Crispy Orange Beef with Broccoli. My husband and I enjoy Chinese food but we are finding it difficult to find a good restaurant with good quality food! I have a couple of recipes I've master that taste almost like good Chinese takeout so I'm hoping this one will qualify too!
Meyamo for really cute Pom Pom Creatures. These are above my kids right now but would be great for upper elementary kids.
The Crafting Chicks and I just love it. I already have my Valentine's Projects picked out for this year but I would like to make this before next year :-)
Disign Sponge and is for a Valentine Light bulb - it is so creative - I can't believe that someone thought this idea up :-)
As you may or may not remember, I love things done with hand prints so when I saw this idea over at Meet the Dubiens for Hand print Monsters, I had to share it.
We have a pretty typical tradition for Christmas Eve - my kids get to open a gift which includes a new pair of Christmas PJ's. In the future, I would like my husband and I also to have coordinating PJ's so when I saw this tutorial over at Sew 4 Home for PJ pants, well, I wanted to save it for future reference!
Another idea from Sew 4 Home are these adorable Towels. They would be great to make for the various holidays and would look great hanging at my kitchen sink.
And the last idea I'll share this week is from Burton Avenue and is my own mantra - I would love to make this to hang in my kitchen just as a reminder of what I want for our home.
Have a wonderful week. (And in case you are wondering, I really am working on a few ideas that I look forward to posting about once I've completed them!)