As a kid I went to a friend’s birthday party where her mom did something similar–except, each skein of yarn was wrapped around the room
April MayApril May rainbow treasure hunt! (alternate idea from a commetn: As a kid I went to a friend’s birthday party where her mom did something
angelaangela fish bowl gelatin! What fun for a kids party! If I remember right, @Amy Lennertz did something similar to this for Mr. William's 3rd or
eddieeddie I did this in my daughter's room, but on white canvas' on each side of her window. This is a very cute idea as well :)
→For The Home.
concepcionconcepcion Need to get one of these for each kid soon...my mom did one for me from Pre-K-12th grade, I still have it and really treasure it!
millicentmillicent First Birthday - Believe it or not, she's in the middle of her birthday party with 40 people in the room. I just set up my backdrop paper
gretchengretchen I love this idea from my friend's blog...a New Year's Eve party she did for her little family. Countdown bags for the kids to open each
→New Years Eve
lizliz From the original post:
" Whenever I go clothes shopping and I find myself not too happy with my reflection or discover the clothes I really like don’t fit, I get my camera out and take a few photos of myself in the mirror instead of letting any negative thoughts creep in.
I took this one yesterday after discovering a dress I fell in love with the moment I saw it didn’t fit me properly around the bust. I did a few silly poses, a few sexy poses and a few happy ones where I smiled as widely as I could and focused on all the things about me and about my body that I like. I came out of the fitting room feeling really positive about myself and how I look instead of brooding over the fact that the dress was too small for me.
I really recommend doing this when going clothes shopping - it it’s a great way to chase away any negative thoughts or disappointment if clothes don’t fit!"