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DIY pixie hollow terrarium


this adorable terrarium is the perfect place for your little girl to keep her treasured pixie figures. plus, it's easy for the two of you to make together!

what you'll need:

glass mason jar (quart sized)

dried moss

faux grass

faux flowers

fairy figurine

ladybug charm

sparkle sticks



put some dried moss in the bottom of the jar. 

break apart the grass and flowers and arrange.

add the sparkle sticks in between the grass and flowers.

slip a ladybug charm over one blade of grass.

place the fairy figurine in the middle of it all and enjoy! 



current favorite kids books

these are the ones i truly don't mind reading over and over again!

1. dragons love tacos

2. i had a favorite dress

3. uni the unicorn

4. rosie revere, engineer

5. mix it up!

what are your favorite books to read with your kids these days?


pin the tail on gruff

this easy DIY project is a pixie hollow take on the classic pin the tail on the donkey.

here's how to create your own:

  • edit out the text in photoshop and resize image to 18" x 24" (or larger) at 300 dpi.
  • upload image to staples engineering print OR crop image in to sections measuring 8.5" x 11" and print at home.
  • use several types of green ribbon for the tail; add tape to the back of the knot.


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color, lots of it

clockwise from top left: happy mail | martha stewart | birthday cake flags | trina turk swimsuit | lavender succulents | colorful workspace

more like, in need of a tropical vacation, but whatevs. i know new york hasn't had it nearly as bad as our friends in boston and maine, but man, this has been a cold winter. i'm glad we don't have to dig out of 7 feet high snowbanks, but i am so over the cold. a vacation in tulum or bali sounds pretty grand right about now. and i have totally been looking at real estate in california. spring, please hurry!


DIY valentine's day garland + free printable

i saw this idea on pinterest and thought i would give it a go . . .  and it turned out just okay. but! i will show you how i did it, offer suggestions on how to make it better, and give you a free LOVE printable, all in time for valentine's day. sound good?




small craft scissors

elmer's glue


baker's twine

washi tape

use small, sharp craft detail scissors to cut out the letters.

spread glue evenly on each letter and sprinkle LOTS of glitter over each one.

let dry, then shake off excess, fill in gaps with more glue + glitter

once dry, lay the letters out face side down and attach baker's twine with washi tape.

i think mine could have used another round of glue + glitter, but i was in a hurry to get this photographed and posted. maybe glitter glue would work better? if you give it a try, let me know how yours turns out!

hang and enjoy!

and if anything, just print out the printable and hang that up for some simple festiveness. ;)