As a kid, one of my favorite things to do before going back to school was shopping for school supplies!
Have you noticed the daylight is starting to fade sooner, and perhaps you may feel like summer has slipped away like sand through your fingers?
It’s getting close to back-to-school time, and we’ve put together eight of our favorite ideas that you can put together in a flash.
We have some big news over here!
Warm weather is here so we’ve been making our Summer Bucket lists.
It’s Father’s Day!
MOMS! This year for Mother’s Day, grab a few of your #coolmom friends and host a Mom’s-Only-Brunch together.
Looking for a craft activity over the Easter break?
Why not go simple this Easter?
I’ve been putting together some Easter Baskets for my kids and thought I would share some of picks here.
Springtime brings with it symbols like birds, nests, eggs – new beginnings all around.
Here’s a little luck o’ the Irish for St.
What could be more charming than a row of these jaunty little leprechauns atop of plate of cupcakes?
There’s nothing like a good pun for Valentine’s Day, and this one – I love you berry much – fits the bill when you pair it with yummy berry candies, and little stamped fingerprint berries.
I love giving friends and family just a tiny little something on Valentine’s Day to say, “I love you!” These bottles may be miniature, but the sentiment is big.
Okay ladies, now let’s get in formation.
Can’t wait for Spring to come around?
These sweet little cherries will have your guests saying “Pretty please with a cherry on top!” You can use them for place cards, gift toppers, or favors!
Have you ever had to celebrate a birthday in a place that doesn’t allow matches or open flames?
Tick tock, the countdown’s on!
We’ve been talking about hosting an ornament-making party for the last few months.
These holiday wreaths make any cupcakes look festive, and they cost mere pennies to make!
Everyone needs a stocking for Christmas, and these paper ones are fast and easy to make.
There’s something so sweet about a personalized favor at a party.
This post is sponsored by Messenger Kids and SheKnows Media
One of the hardest things about not living in the same city as all of our friends and family is missing everyday celebrations like birthdays and graduations.
In the Middle Ages, many people believed that witches could disguise themselves as black cats.
In all our years of designing fun Halloween Costumes, we’ve never made mermaid costume.
Here’s a quick roundup of some of our favorite Halloween DIYs.
These Halloween treat bags give new meaning to the song lyrics “I only have eyes for you.” The great thing about this project is that there are a plethora of eye-related treats out there – and some are not full of sugar!
How pretty are these butterflies that look like they just happened to land on some wonderful crisp white gift bags?
The first day back to school can be fun and exciting, or nerve-wracking and butterfly-in-the-tummy-making.
What if you said yes?
Could you really use a wish right now?
Turn a simple cake into a real showstopper for a baby shower with this inexpensive dollar store creation.
You scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream!
And now for our newest installment of balloon poetry goes to Paris!
Wave a flag for the 4th!
Cheers to backyard barbecues, picnics in the park, fireworks, parades, popsicles and sparklers!
Bonjour mes amis!
Father’s Day got you in a twist?
Paris is typically a city of neutrals.
While Paris is known for many of its fancy restaurants, there is just something delicious and charming about eating a simple picnic dinner, especially on the Seine!
We’re taking this round of balloon poetry international!
Some of my favorite summer memories include enjoying a snowcone on a sunny day from the lake’s snack shack!
I don’t know about you, but every time I go on a trip I feel the need to make a playlist.
See a penny, pick it up, all day long, you’ll have good luck!
One of my favorite ways to get excited about a big trip is to watch a bunch of movies filmed in the city I’m planning to visit.
Usually before I travel, I put together a fantasy list of things I’d love to take with me- some are items I already own, others- merely aspirational.
One of my absolute favorite things about Parisian cafes is how they set up the seats in a way that encourages people watching!
Sending our love!
Today we’re sharing our DIY for this dreamy confetti-filled balloon chandelier — it’s a perfect conversation starter for a dinner party or hung over the bar cart.
Being a mama is hard!
We’re leaving for our team trip to Paris on Sunday — I can hardly believe it!!
Place an oversized flag atop your mom’s favorite cake this Mother’s Day!