Are you looking for ways to spread some love in style? Want to send some Holiday cheer, or a little Birthday greeting? Or maybe you just want to send a note of Good Luck or an Anniversary wish? Let your family, friends and loved ones know that you are thinking of them by sending fun greetings through iMessage.
Introducing Written Wishes, my latest sticker pack for iMessage.
Oh Slime! That sticky, gooey, and stretchy fun stuff. It’s all the rage with kids these days. It’s all over social media, and every other kid has probably tried making their own, at least once. We’ve tried several recipes ourselves. Most with simple ingredients that can be found around the house, and all pretty easy to make. They all made slime, but every one included a pretty messy process. While the recipe with the household cleaner Borax seems to be the more popular one out there, we’ve stayed away from using it due to safety concerns.
Zoë has been bugging me to let her make more slime for weeks. I’ve been giving her silly excuses and putting it off, because in reality, this momma just can’t deal with all the sticky mess. The last one we made left me cleaning up slimy residue for a while, and worse, it left some food coloring stains on some of her clothes, too! Which is why I was ecstatic to find this new recipe. No Borax, no detergent, no shaving cream, and no food coloring, this 3-ingredient slime recipe is not only easy to make, it’s also a mess-free and safer alternative for kids! And the absolute best part? It’s sparkly and glittery, too. Perfect for my glitter-lovin’ princess!
Check out how we made this easy Mess-Free Glitter Slime!
When it came to pick a theme for her Birthday party this year, Zoë didn’t have to think twice about choosing a Moana inspired celebration. She has been obsessed with the movie ever since we watched it in the cinema, so it was a no-brainer choice, really.
With less than two weeks to plan the house party and work on all the DIYs, it was a mad rush to get everything done, but I think we pulled it off. Come check out what the ocean breeze swept into our little party!
Like most young girls nowadays, my five-year-old loves Disney’s Moana. From watching the movie dozens of times and remembering all the lines, to memorizing the entire soundtrack, you can tell that she is pretty much obsessed with the movie. She listens to all the songs in different languages, and can even name all the foreign singers!
When she requested for a special bento lunch the other week, I knew I had to put together a special surprise in her lunchbox.
Since my five-year-old is currently on summer break, we’ve been spending most days hanging out at home. We’ve been reading, watching movies, making art, and listening to music like there’s no tomorrow. We’ve had Wicked the Musical‘s album on repeat for almost two weeks, so I figured it was time to insert a little art into our current musical obsession.
Yesterday, I rummaged through my pantry staples to whip up a quick food art. Say hello to Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West.