Can you believe this is the last day of 2016?! There were a lot of happenings this year – my brother got married, my sister announced her first pregnancy, and my grandmother is beating the odds by being with us for another Christmas after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer last year.
There were also a lot of things happening on the blog and I thought it would be nice to finish out the year with a look at the top 10 posts for 2016. In addition, I want to thank all of you for your support and hope to see you in 2017!
Help teens deal with acne by creating a portable acne survival kit. The kit keeps everything in one place and contains everything they’ll need to combat acne.
Simple Holiday Snack Bar & DIY Wooden Chalkboard Trays
Don’t stress over holiday entertaining. Keep things simple with cracker and cheese served on DIY wooden chalkboard trays that can be used all year long.
Avoid fighting over food and hungry teens by creating road trip snack boxes tailored to each child. Because let’s face it…well-fed teens make for a happier road trip.
This is one of the simplest, yet easiest marinades ever! And yes, it’s only three ingredients!
Did you know the milk we drink today isn’t the same milk from years ago? a2 Milk® comes from heirloom cows that produce only produce the A2 protein, which is less irritating on the stomach. It’s 100% real farm-fresh milk ‘the way mother nature intended’ – free of growth hormones, rBST, A1 protein, or antibiotics.
This will become a family favorite and introduce you to one of our new favorite seasonings!
A simple way to capture the beauty of shells or create a keepsake using collected shells from your favorite beach trip.
A thrift store recycle craft using an old cabinet door. Paint and shells make for a fun island-inspired sign.
Learn the basics of creating a mesh wreath in this Valentine’s Day wreath tutorial. And most of the items can be found at the dollar store.
One of the easiest and best doughs to make to create keepsake ornaments. Bakes smooth, hard, and lasts for years.