December 14, 2015

DIY Christmas Card Display


Over the past few Christmases, we've received quite a few love Christmas cards and photos from friends and family and yet have had no place to display them. 

They ended up in a stack on the counter, I believe. That's no way to enjoy them.

So, this year, I wanted to come up with an easy place to display the cards. So, using materials I already had on hand, I created a little clothesline that could hang the photos up along the front windows of our house.


We used to have our Christmas tree in this front room, but we moved it to the living room this year. So, it's nice to have some extra decoration in this room now. 


Very few materials were needed. I used red twine and taped the ends on top of the window molding. I used mini clothespins I had purchased at Target this year. And then I hung the Christmas cards!


To add a little extra fun, I printed and cut out letters to form the word "J O Y" - I found these on Pinterest. 

I just love easy little Christmas projects like this. It took about 5 minutes and is fun to see every day!




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December 9, 2015

DIY Felt Christmas Tree


I'm over at Incredible Infant today sharing the details on how to make this baby-friendly felt Christmas tree!

I made it shortly after Thanksgiving and my babies have been playing with it daily - a big distraction from the REAL tree full of breakable ornaments!

To make one for yourself, see the DIY instructions here!


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June 19, 2015

How to Create a Stylish Nursery Without Lifting a Paintbrush!


My dear friend, Heather, invited me to write a guest post for her website Incredible Infant! I was so honored, and of course, I had to oblige.

I'm covering the topic of  nursery design and how to create a stylish nursery without painting the room!

See my tips and some inspiring nursery design boards by clicking here. Enjoy!


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