I don’t know about you, but my kids absolutely LOVE My Little Pony, especially my 5 year old daughter Lyla. We were thrilled to get to test out these Playskool Friends My Little Pony toys as the final sponsored post in the series I’ve been doing with Playskool and Socialstars. Thanks for supporting the brands and support Lines Across. #Playskoolcrew When we first got these Playskool Friends My Little Pony Toys,
I’m always looking for fun and creative toys that are open ended… you know, the ones that your kids will play with for hours. I’m so glad that we got to test out Bunchems, because they are so awesome, and I have had just as much fun as the kids playing with them. If you are a regular around here, you’re not surprised I started off by making a rainbow!
There are so many amazing free wallpapers that artists and graphic designers have shared, and I love gathering them together into collections. These holiday iPhone wallpapers are all bright and modern and of course colorful. If you like these, you should also check out this collection of 24 Christmas iPhone Wallpapers. 1. Pink and Gold /// 2. Christmas Candy /// 3. Vintage Ornaments 4. Fa la la la la /// 5. Winter
I’ve been having a lot of fun sharing holiday themed Instagram pictures (teeny tiny gift bows are my new obsession), and I figured it would be fun to turn some of them into free Christmas iPhone wallpapers. Even though I’ve sized the downloads for the iPhone 6 plus, you can easily download them and use them on any smart phone. I really love the first pink and gold one! Download these
As much as I love making things, I’ve never been very talented at making pretty food. I don’t know why, but I have so much trouble getting icing to do what I want. I think part of the problem is that I don’t really know what I’m doing. Beyond the occasional cookies and birthday cakes, my mom never baked much and neither have I. However, I’m starting to realize that
You probably already know that I love making ornaments. I shared these Baker’s Twine Christmas Ornaments over at Mod Podge Rocks last year, and now I’m sharing them here. They look so cute, plus they are seriously easy to make. You can make them in all different colors (although I’m partial to the classic red twine), or you could even use embroidery thread to create little spools of thread ornaments.
Do you send out holiday cards every year? Facebook and social media has really made Christmas cards and family newsletters a lot less necessary. Your friends and family have been seeing pictures and reading updates all year long. However, there is no reason that Christmas cards should be outdated, just the way that you approach them. People still absolutely LOVE getting snail mail. Plus, if you choose really beautiful cards (like
For this month’s Michael’s Makers challenge, we were asked to tackle some holiday challenges and to come up with some fun solutions to common struggles. Of course, I chose ideas for wrapping difficult gifts. You can also check out some of the other holiday project ideas here or see the four other holiday hacks topics at The Glue String blog. One thing that I’ve struggled with in the past is wrapping