December 31, 2013
2013 is coming to a close, and what better way to spend New Year’s Eve with your little ones at home?! Click through our round-up of cute and crafty ideas to make ringing in the new year extra special for your tiny tots.
1. NEW YEAR’S EVE POP!CORN: This glittery, but edible, popcorn is sure to give your kids a pop of excitement on New Year’s Eve! Nest of Posies >
2. HOURLY COUNTDOWN SURPRISE: Make counting down to midnight extra special by wrapping up special surprises for your kids that they’re allowed to open each hour. The fun treats and activities you hide inside will guarantee entertainment and excitement until midnight! Cupcakes and Cutlery >
3. DIY HAT: Sparkly party hats are easy for children to make and just as much fun for them to wear! Sweet Little Peanut >
4. TASTY TOAST: When mom and dad share a champagne toast at midnight, let the little ones ring in the new year with a milk and cookies toast! Sweet Little Peanut >
December 17, 2013
Making holiday ornaments is a tradition in many households. Not only are they fun to make with your children, but when you go to take out your ornaments every year, a flood of fond crafting memories will come back to you. Our Founder and Head Designer, DeNai Jones, recently made these keepsake book ornaments with her two boys. They enjoyed the project so much, that we decided to host a crafting event at our seaside Boutique, where moms and their little ones could make similar ornaments to adorn their own Christmas tree.
Click through for images and a step-by-step explanation of how make your own. The end result is sure to be a treasure on your tree for a lifetime. Read More
December 12, 2013
It’s our general belief that the weeks leading up to Christmas are just as exciting as actual Christmas morning. The crafting! The baking! The tree trimming and carol singing! The possibilities are endless if you have a little imagination (and, of course, a Pinterest account).
Click through to get the delicious and delightful details on the crafts and confections that we’ll be spending time making and baking this holiday season. Read More