Month: November 2013

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Christmas Gift Ideas for Bakers

When I was brainstorming Christmas gift ideas over the weekend, I suddenly realized how many bakers are in my life. From my best friend to aunts and grandmothers, it seems that everyone I know likes to spend some time in the kitchen. So what do you get those bakers in your life this holiday season? […] Read more…

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Advent Calendar Activity Ideas for Family

Last year was Little Bug’s first true advent season. I filled her beautiful quilted advent calendar with an assortment of little toys and other toddler advent ideas.  Although it was a lot of fun sharing in her excitement of discovering a new surprise every day, I wanted to create a more meaningful advent season this […] Read more…

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Colorful Handprint Turkeys Thanksgiving Craft

Little Bug loves crafting.  It’s so great to fuel her creative spirit at a young age. Usually I make the crafts with Little Bug, but I thought this one should be a family affair. So we created this colorful handprint turkeys Thanksgiving craft.  Who doesn’t need a set of colorful handprint turkeys to brighten up their holiday. For […] Read more…

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Free Printable Airplane Party Craft

We’ve been flying up, up and away at the studio lately.  With our addition of the vintage airplane invitation in the shop and winter taking flight this week in the form of very cold weather, I decided to dream up an flying airplane kids craft that both Little Bug and I could make together.   Photo […] Read more…

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Chocolate Covered Propeller Nutter Butter Cookies

I’ve always loved airplanes and have been especially inspired by vintage biplanes. It’s fun to sometimes take the kids down to the park and watch the airplanes take off at Reagan National Airport.  Although these are huge jets, I love to see the wonderment in their eyes at something so large floating through the sky. […] Read more…

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Glitter Pumpkin Place Card

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, it’s time to start planning the table decor for the big feast.  Over the past few holidays, I’ve been using a traditional color palette of orange and brown.  Last year I added gold by spray painting the branches of our grateful tree centerpiece.  I loved how a little touch […] Read more…

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Thanksgiving Turkey Cupcakes

  What a better way to celebrate the turkey than to create a cupcake in homage of him!  These fun Thanksgiving turkey cupcakes are perfect for a Thanksgiving dessert table, classroom feast or just a sweet treat so your two year old can practice her gobble.     As I’ve said before, my favorite desserts […] Read more…