Post Profile






Glass Painting for Mother’s Day

Last year, the children and I made photo tea bags for the grandparents for Mother’s Day.  This year, we turned glass tumblers and glass juice bottles into candle holders and vases.  This was our first try at glass painting and it was easy! Materials Glass tumbler or empty juice bottle Glass paint (I purchased glass [...]
read more

share

Related Posts


Giveaway: Kinkajou Bottle Cutters

Society & Culture / Men's Interest : The Awesomer

Enter now for a chance to win one of five Kinkajou bottle cutters. These kits make it easy to convert your old glass bottles into drinking glasses, vases, lampshades, candle holders and more. (Contest Ends 5/26.) Link

Simple Things, Small Joys

Lifestyle / Parenting : Be A Fun Mum

A few weeks ago, I shared a little bit of happiness in the form of a candle in a tea cup. The gorgeous Stacey from VeggieMama left a comment that gave me a lot of happiness. “I also love glass juice bottles with the labels off to ma...

Talking to Our Children About Capital Controls

Lifestyle / Parenting : Huffington Post: Parents

My 5-year-old was bawling her eyes out on the way home; she wanted an ice cream cone, a croissant, a bottle of orange juice, some cookies -- everything I had just explained she will have to cut down on while we have access to just 6...

Mother’s Day: Hilarious Photo Bookmark

Lifestyle / Parenting : Be A Fun Mum

A couple of years ago, I made personalised tea bags using photos of the kids. The reaction from my grandparents was priceless! They LOVED it.  Using the same concept, I decided to create a bookmark this year.  The idea is to give th...

Glass votive holder + latex balloon = adorable bud vase

Lifestyle / Parenting : Parent Hacks

via cfabbridesigns.com Can you believe this mod little bud vase is made out of a glass votive candle holder and a latex balloon? An admirable hack, which April was kind enough to share on the Parent Hacks Facebook page. Find...

Comments



Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC