Posts Posts by: "Stephanie Toews"

It doesn’t matter which team you’re rooting for (or if you’re like me and don’t even know who’s playing), there’s one thing we can all agree on this Super Bowl Sunday…FOOD! No party would be complete without an awesome spread of finger foods, snacks and appetizers. This simple…(Read More)

From the moment your bundle of joy finally arrives everyone, it seems, is eager to meet your baby. We are drawn to new life like a moth to flame.  Navigating through the post-baby visitor scenario can be quite tricky. One local Mom recalls having just had an emergency C-section and delivering her 6…(Read More)

Recently perusing the holiday section of Target I came upon an adorable faux fur wreath and fell in love with it! The only problem was it cost $30.00! I knew I could recreate it for less than $10.00 so I set off to grab the supplies needed and got to work. Here is…(Read More)

Trimming the tree and decking the halls sometimes calls for a design shakeup, a conversation piece and whimsical twist to the ordinary Christmas décor. On a quest for a fun DIY and vintage accent for my tree I came across the idea of making knifecicles. Yes, you read that right knifecicles. Fun, butter knives…(Read More)

It’s that time of the year again! The time to pull out the Christmas décor and get busy making your home ready for the season. I‘m afraid I have decorating ADD…I realized a few years back that I wasn’t excited to put up my tree because I was tired of…(Read More)

I love pumpkins! Every year it seems I’m looking for another way to incorporate them into my fall décor. You may remember my blog from last year that was also all about pumpkins. (Fall Decorating DIY: Pumpkin Decorating). This year, I love everything neutral, natural and white.  I love decorating with artificial pumpkins…(Read More)

Oh Fall! It always comes at the perfect time – when we are all a little tired of the heat and ready for the air to turn crisp and cool. The season for curling up with a good book and looking out at the changing leaves. The only problem is, it doesn’t last nearly long…(Read More)

“Children’s children are a crown to the aged and parents are the pride of their children.” Proverbs 17:6 As a child, one of my fondest memories of my Grandmother was her hands. I remember how soft and gentle they were. I remember how I loved to hold her hands in mine and cherish…(Read More)

Smack dab in the middle of a 99 degree summer day this DIY was just calling my name. I’ve had this vintage fan sitting in my living room since I grabbed it at an antique store around Christmastime. This July heat had me thinking it’s time to make it over. Here is how…(Read More)

We’ve talked about avoiding the summer slump by giving you suggestions to encourage reading this summer, now we’re back with an outside of the box, age-appropriate summer reading list for kiddos preschool age to 6th grade! So if you’re looking for some book suggestions before heading out to the library or…(Read More)