Plaid Deer Ornaments

Plaid deer ornaments never go out of style.  These rustic wooden ornaments are so easy to make and will be loved throughout the years. Ensure that your wooden slices are dry and smooth.  You can use recycled wood from fallen trees or buy them here. Apply a coat of Mod Podge (or similar).  Do NOT

Slice of Christmas

Slice of Christmas.  An easy craft for all ages.  Whether you recycle a fallen tree or buy your slices at Amazon, it’s a quick, easy, and inexpensive craft.  You can customize the colors to match your decor.   I’m using brighter colors this year, thus my turquoise ornaments. Ensure that your slices are smooth.  Sand as

Newborn Baby Pics

Newborn baby pics scared me.  Not the actual photographing, but the baby staging part.  Seriously, I watched so many YouTube videos on how to pose a newborn.  I thought, there is NO WAY that my new grandson will let me prop and maneuver him around, and him stay sound asleep.  Y’all, he was perfect!!!  Slept

Loofahs are Grown from Dirt

Loofahs are grown from dirt.  Surprised?  Don’t feel bad.  Many people think that loofah sponges are recovered from the ocean.  Those would be sea sponges and are different. Around year 2000, my dad found some seeds in my grandparents old utility room.  He had no idea what the seeds were.  He later found some grown

Cords Contained

Cords contained?  Yes, it is possible.  Two containers full of loose cords were neatly, and quickly, wrapped and placed in an inexpensive over-the-door shoe holder.   I have tips on wrapping cords, too.  Check out this post! Sort the cords and miscellaneous electronic accessories, throwing away what you do not need.  If you haven’t used it

Onesie Ready

My first grand is due in just a few days.  I’m so excited that I can hardly stand it.  I had purchased plain white onesies a month or so ago.  Time is running out for me to get them from bland to fabulous.  I normally am not one to procrastinate, but I did with this

Wonky Donkey

Wonky Donkey.  A funny set of words, but a viral video by a Scottish grandmother is what brought attention to the book by Craig Smith.  The grandmother sits down to read her grand his new book.  As she gets further and further into the book, her laugh is simply contagious.  Tears stream down her face.  The longer