Little pots climbing up a pole! This is the cutest thing I’ve seen in quite awhile. Jess from A Million Moments shares How to Make a Vertical Garden, and it’s actually surprisingly simple.
My lab partner-turned-close friend in high school once gave me a folded heart dollar, said something adorable about me “having his heart” and asked if I’d go to prom with him. I said no (I know, I knooooow, but I figured it was better to let him down quickly rather than string him along and hurt him badly later), but I kept that little heart tacked up on my wall for years as a simple reminder that you can deeply impact people’s lives without even meaning to. Imagine what you can do when you act with real intention! Learn how to make this Super Easy Dollar Bill Heart from Noreen at Crafty Journal. It just might serve as someone’s inspiration for years to come.
I love rainbow themed parties. They always looks adorable and they’re surprisingly easy to pull off because there are so many things that come in the colors of the rainbow. Check out this Rainbow First Birthday Party from Debbie at One Little Project.
My head is still spinning with ideas after Mom 2.0 Summit last weekend. I’ve decided that sometimes it helps to start with the basics, and to have those items printed out so that I can stray too far into the wild, wild internets. Michelle form Michelle Lea Designs makes it easy with her printable Project Planning and Blog Organization Sheets.
Sometimes you just need a good old-fashioned Deviled Egg recipe. It sounds so basic, but how many times have you found yourself looking online at weird variations of this beloved classic come Eastertime? This family recipe from Sheryl at The Wilderness Wife is the real deal.
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