Some people like the traditional flowers and chocolate gifts, which is completely fine if that is what you prefer, but sometimes changing things up is a pleasant surprise!
This year for Valentines, I will give you a couple of ideas, and the supplies you will need, to make your special someone happy!
First and foremost, you must know a little about that special person you are buying your gift for. In this case, their favorite wine, or alcoholic beverage (a non-alcoholic beverage works as well), and their favorite restaurants are needed. You will need a string (or something you can use to attach the gift card to the restaurant) to tie on the bottle itself, and a permanent marker to write a special note on the card.
And that’s it (You might want to make your own card with a sweet little note as well and place the gift card inside that card if you prefer). Literally SUPER easy, effective, and you get a date-night out of the deal as well at their favorite restaurant! 🙂
During this past weeks school lessons for Brielle, I have been focusing on counting from 1-20. I feel like she has pretty much mastered 1-10 (sometimes skipping 4), but that we needed to expand and start counting into the larger numbers.
I wanted to have fun with some of the food/candy we had in the house that I knew she wouldn’t eat and used them to help with my counting exercise. We practiced with making a flower out of food, and the shape of a moon since one of her words of the week, is moon.
We counted everything from the peppermint, to the pretzels, all the way to the fruit snacks. She had fun, and even got in her morning snack along the way!
Have you ever wanted to give someone a great, and meaningful gift, but you realized when you opened your bank account, that you didn’t have that much money to spend?
I am here to show you how I made our simple Christmas gifts for our family members.
What you will need:
⊗ An 8 X 10 picture frame
⊗ A printed picture (I actually took them to WalMart to get printed)
I actually bought a lot of frames that were 60% off, making them just $3.99! I got the pictures printed for $1.50 each, the tule cost $1.00, and the scissors I used were mine from home, making the total cost around $6.50/each! Score!!
For a little bonus I picked frames that you could write on with permanent marker, and wrote a sweet little personal note on the top corner of each frame! 🙂
When throwing a party, you must always have that ONE thing that stands out. This being only the second get together at our new house, I tried to think outside the box on what people might like to enjoy. I came up with a DIY photo booth.
What you need:
∴ Wrapping Paper
∴ Decorations (I used hanging stars, and ornaments from Christmas)
∴ Photo Booth Props
∴ Last but not least, a camera and a tripod
I literally measured out two sections of my wall and rolled the wrapping paper all the way down. Then I taped it, and rolled the second section all the way down the wall, cut off the excess paper and taped it. I then taped the streamers and ornaments to the paper, and called it a DIY photo booth!