Even J has come to like them, although he may not want me to air that.
It is always has great ideas, recipe and easy crafts, like these terrariums.
We make these often but in the winter it is quite nice for a bit of indoor greenery.
I had an old pair of linen pants that I had never worn and found that it would make a great scarf.
I cut it on an angle with a bit of a bow in the strip and double layered it for sturdiness.
I adorned it with some buttons just as much for some flair as a way to weigh down the ends.
Although I made this weeks ago I finally got to taking a picture of it with a willing model.
E's hair had so much height and with her resistance to brushing today she sported this 'do all day long.
Kept me laughing silently to myself.
As we were heading outside these were her socks and there was no convincing her otherwise.
Another Martha craft for the day was this super easy and quick ruffle ball.
Not the best for young kids as a hot glue gun is required but still a charmer in the end.
I love to cook with the kids and truly believe that food and learning the basics in the kitchen is a major life skill in order to make good healthy decisions throughout their lives.
I adore these little fist prints after they punched down the dough.
Making some indentations.
I was desperately in need of some yummy snacks and so out came my trusty recipe folder and we made a large vat of granola.
Quirky and fun.
Now I just need some flowers.
K loves to dress up and always asks for new little treats from my sewing table.
I thought this was a great necklace and she fell in love with it.
Easy to slip on over any shirt and look classy.
I like it in myself as well.