As I write this, Canada Day was yesterday, and what an odd Canada day it was. We have recently had some fabulous Canada Days. Last year I went with my brother and sister and their families to our local historical village. We celebrated Dominion Day, and found the inspiration for my Old-Fashioned Lawn Game post. … Continue reading Happy Canada Day!
This sign is unique because Dad gets to be a part of it, too! From what I've seen, most (if not all) Father's Day signs don't involve Dad. This is likely because the makers want the sign to be a surprise, but this sign requires Dad's hand print too! The best part of this is … Continue reading “Dads Hold Our Hands” Sign
Do you go through lip balm containers and then just chuck them? Do you wish you could reuse them? Or repurpose them? Try this! Personalize your purse with these Repurposed Lip Balm Pill Containers!
We've never made Easter cards before, nor have we ever handed out Easter cards (unless you count the Original Easter Colouring Pages that we coloured, wrote on the back, and gave to our neighbours a couple of weeks ago). But in our ambition to make Easter as important to our family as Christmas, we're giving … Continue reading Homemade Easter Card for Kids!
Easter is just around the corner! To help you prepare your heart and your home for Easter we've provided these FREE PRINTABLE EASTER COLOURING PAGES! WooHoo! Just print them off, colour them and hang them around your house. You could even make a banner with the eggs. We hung ours in our living room window … Continue reading Free Printable: Easter Colouring!
As we've previously discussed, in detail, it's time to get ready for Easter! I've been thinking a lot about how to decorate. I wanted something big! Something prominent. So this week my kids and I made another Easter decoration, an Easter Egg Tree. We put ours in our living room, but this would be a … Continue reading Marbled Easter Egg Tree
Hi Guys! Today we're going to talk about preparing yourself and your family for Easter. Have you ever paid much attention to the fact that we hardly give Easter any lead-up time at all? I remember taking my kids to church Easter Sunday when they were small(er) and I had done absolutely nothing to prepare … Continue reading 12 Ways to Prepare for Easter
When my son asked me what a genet is I had no answer! After some in depth research, both in books and online, we had all the answers we wanted! Now all we needed was a genet of our own! Come along as we make a cute genet craft out of cardboard and yarn!
My friend Janet drew these great printable valentines! And they're free! Come and get them at But First We Craft!
Dear Visitors, Friends and Followers, I'm going to tell you a bit about my blogging experience this past year. 2019 was an all-around great year for me. We completed our first year of homeschooling, and began our second. My oldest daughter started JK this year, and my son started grade 3. My youngest daughter is … Continue reading 2019 – A Blog in Review