Macrame is back in a serious way. Heather Moore (Illustrator, fabric designer and all around woman of many talents) shares a DIY for this hanging succulant garden on her blog Skinny Laminx.

Download this adorable set of FREE luggage tags at One Charming Party.

Make and Takes serves up a mouth-watering lemony quinoa salad. I still can’t stop laughing when I hear quinoa.

And these Petite Yarn Bows have made the rounds but I can’t resist them for Fall. Love a quick yarn project with the bonus excuse to use a cute button.

Love the look of original paintings but can’t swing the pricetag for large artwork? Until then, try Oh Happy Day’s DIY for How to Make Abstract Art. LOVELY.

In her Motherhood Mondays column, Joanne Goddard shares a thought provoking piece on How to Talk to Girls. I’m implementing immediately. So inspired.

Take DIY pictures late at night like me? This DIY Lightscoop might improve your flash-laden photos.

I got lost in this lovely space for a while.

My busy little girl always wants to bake a cake, and I say no because I am mean, and tired, and sick of cleaning. But really how cute is it that my baby girl wants to make a cake? I am shamed… and inspired by Size too Small’s 1 Year 12 Cakes. Just so sweet and simple.

Make for Home: 25 Easy Tutorials for Making Your Own Kitchen, Dining, and Organizational Stuff

Did I mention that I started a club?

Like rainbows of the handmade variety?

Turn your waterbottle into a tripod.

Curious how you clean your veggies?

Make for Baby: 25 Free & Easy Baby Hair Clip Tutorials

How Would You Describe Your Child in Just One Word?

How can it be back-to-school already?
DIY Lunch Bags: 10 Cute, Simple, and Free Tutorials to Make Your Own Lunch Bags




LOVED Joanne Goddards How to talk to girls! Very thought provoking and I agree.. engaging her mind is better than just complimenting on her outer appearance.. đŸ™‚


Joanna and Lisa's articles were inspiring. As a social worker, it made me look at how I approach "my" children – especially my girls. Often, we tend to go for appearance to build a quick rapport with our kids. I've always made a point to talk to my kids about their likes, but if you don't start the conversation in a more intellectual way, it can be hard to get past pink sparkles or cars and Spiderman. I've shared the article with several of my coworkers and colleagues. Thanks!!


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