For my Valentine’s Classroom Party, I wanted to think of a low-cost way for the kids to decorate Valentine’s card boxes. While there are cute options in the craft stores, and you could certainly go the brown paper bag route, I really wanted a box that would be affordable for every child.
Last weekend, we went to the dollar store for candy, and now my girls are busy making their classroom Valentine’s Day cards. So you can imagine what my living room floor looks like. Markers, and glue sticks, and paper scraps, oh my! I’m glad they are enjoying their creativity, and the cards will be a […]
Did you miss yesterday’s tips for planning a Classroom Valentine’s Party? I used a tissue fan backdrop, which is a great choice for any party: inexpensive, quick to set up. Tissue fans are especially easy to transport if you have an away from home party. They come in a rainbow variety of colors and patterns, […]
Confession time: I have not wrapped one single Christmas present. And my ornament boxes are still sitting in the living room. But bring on Christmas! It’s coming whether I’m ready or not! And since Christmas with the hub’s family is this Sunday, it’s time for me to print out some gift tags and get busy. […]
Welcome to the third tutorial for my Zombie Princess Party! Don’t miss the super-easy how-tos for the zombie soda bottles and Princess Creepy Teeth, our dining table centerpiece. Today, I’m showing you how to make “bloody” napkins. Do zombies technically bleed? I’ll admit: I didn’t do a lot — well, any — research into zombie […]
I didn’t have party printables for the Zombie Princess Party. (This sometimes happens when you dream up a wacky theme.) So that meant it was up to me to get creative with the decorative details. This week, I’ll share with you tutorials for my Zombie Princess Soda Bottles, the “bloody” hand print napkins, and Princess […]