Vintage Wire Wreath DIY | Inspire My Creativity Link Party

Hello! I've teamed up with some amazing bloggers to co-host the link party, Inspire My Creativity. Each month on the 2nd Wednesday of the month, there will be a new theme for the link party. This month is "anything goes" and I'm excited to share with you my Vintage Wire Wreath DIY! If this isn't your first time here, you know I'm all about quick and easy DIY crafts. (And if this is your first time here, welcome! I'm so happy you stopped by!) One of these days I'll have time to sit and craft for hours on end, but that's not gonna happen anytime soon around here. Ha! This DIY vintage wire wreath only took me about (you guessed it) 5 minutes to make. It took me longer to gather all my supplies than it did to make it!

Vintage Wire Wreath DIY

365 Bible Answers For Curious Kids | Review and a Giveaway

We're less than a couple of weeks away from Christmas, and I can't believe how quickly the holiday season is flying by! I love this time of year with the hustle and bustle and gift shopping. This year I've made it a priority to give gifts that are meaningful and will last beyond the week after opening them. 

365 Bible Answers For Curious Kids Devotional Book

 (Please note: This is a sponsored post, which means I have been given this book for review. All opinions are my own. You can read more about sponsored posts here).

I was recently given the opportunity to review 365 Bible Answers For Curious Kids devotional book. There is also a chance for you to win a copy of your own! (So be sure to scroll all the way down to enter.) 


Indescribable Devotional Book Review and Giveaway

Gift buying season is here! Are you looking for a special gift for a child in your life? Indescribable: 100 Devotions About God and Science, Written by Louie Giglio, and Illustrated by Nicola Anderson, is a meaningful present idea. We love reading books in our family and it's so much fun now that my oldest is able to really converse and discuss things that we read. My toddler isn't quite ready for discussions about books just yet, but she loves to sit and listen to the stories. If you are a family of faith, Indescribable is definitely a must have for your bookshelf. (Be sure to scroll all the way down so you can enter the giveaway for your own copy!) 

Indescribable 100 Devotions About God and Science A Devotional For Kids #KidGiftIdea

4 Tips For A Kid Friendly Christmas Tree | Christmas Tree Decor Blog Hop | #ChristmasTreeDecor

I love the magic of Christmas trees! Before having kids, I loved picking a theme each year for my tree. All of my ornaments were the breakable, fragile glass ornaments - no tacky plastic for me please, k? thanks. Then 6 years ago we had a small tiny human and my eyes were opened to the perils of Christmas dangers. Those pretty shiny ornaments? Ya, they suddenly became my nemesis and a life threatening danger to my tiny toddling human. And don't even get me started on the death traps that we call Christmas Ornament Hooks. Ornament hooks and a curious baby that puts everything in her mouth are a mother's Christmas Nightmare. I clearly had to re-think my beautiful Christmas Tree Ornaments and come up with a kid and baby proof way of decorating. Now that we're 6 years and 2 kids into this parenting thing, my breakable ornaments are packed safely away, and the Kid Friendly Tree remains. It might not be magazine perfection, but it's perfect in it's own cozy way. Honestly though? I love my plastic ornaments and imperfectly-perfect Kid Friendly Tree so much more than any of my other trees. The lopsided ornaments unevenly distributed on the lower half of the tree, the ribbon garland that's always falling off on one side from a kid tugging on it, the collection of ornaments that fall off and roll under the tree each day. What our tree lacks in perfection, it makes up for in Christmas magic!

4 Tips For A Kid Friendly Christmas Tree and a Christmas Tree Decor Blog Hop #ChristmasTreeDecor


One Christmas Bear | The Perfect Addition To Your Holiday Book Collection

Christmas traditions are so much fun! Just like most families, we have our special Family Christmas Traditions. One of my favorites is our collection of Christmas books that we set out under the Christmas tree. My mom always had a basket of Christmas books that she kept for us under the tree, and I love doing that for my kids now. Each year we add one new book, one for each kid with their names written in the book. This year we get to add One Christmas Bear, written by Anne Vittur Kennedy. (Be sure to scroll all the way down so you can enter the giveaway for your own copy!) 

One Christmas Bear by Anne Vittur Kennedy A Sweet Christmas Story Book For Toddlers and Preschool Age Children #OneChristmasBear #ChristmasBook #ChristmasTraditions