Add Tech to the Man Cave from Best Buy

Add Tech to the Man Cave from Best Buy

Hubby has been planning on making a Man Cave out of our son’s old bedroom since he moved out. He wants a place that is all his own for his stuff, especially the stuff I don’t really care to look at. Right now he takes a chair in the empty room, along with his dog, his guitar, his laptop and a Bluetooth speaker and just enjoys the time to himself … Continue Reading →
Fun Food Bar Ideas for Entertaining and Food Bar Tips

Fun Food Bar Ideas for Entertaining and Food Bar Tips

I am very lucky that my family gets together at least once a month. We celebrate birthdays and play card and board games and of course, we eat. What I have found is that my family loves interactive meals where they can build their own plates just the way they like them. This isn’t really new, I remember Grandma H making dinner each Monday night for all of us and … Continue Reading →
DIY Minion Gift Wrap Instructions

DIY Minion Gift Wrap Instructions

My mom has been at it again with her super clever gift wrapping. This time she wrapped Colby’s gifts all to look like Minions! That was his theme for the birthday party too. Not only did Colby love the gift wrap, so did everyone at the party! I asked my mom to share the instructions so you could try your hand at it as well. Supplies Needed: yellow (Minion colored) … Continue Reading →
What is your storage style? Take the quiz to find out!

What is your storage style? Take the quiz to find out!

(Family Features) Storage has style? Really? Of course it does. And when it comes to tackling storage projects, don’t skimp on creating the style that best suits your personality. “Creative, attractive and functional storage can give any home a refreshing lift,” says Scott Davis, ClosetMaid’s VP of Product Development and Marketing. “Whether it’s a master closet, linen closet, entry way closet or simply decorative storage, select a style that reflects … Continue Reading →
Pomegranate Blueberry Frosted Sangria Recipe

Pomegranate Blueberry Frosted Sangria Recipe

Having a party this holiday season? Instead of individual cocktails why not try mixing up a big batch of Pom-Blueberry Frosted Sangria for your guests. You can easily make this ahead of time and multiply the recipe for as much as you need. This sangria would be great in a giant serving container with a spout too on a buffet tablet. The recipe calls for a dry red wine, I … Continue Reading →
8 Thanksgiving Craft Projects

8 Thanksgiving Craft Projects

Thanksgiving kind of gets overlooked these days it seems. This is wrong – it is such a great holiday to enjoy the autumn colors and share your gratitude towards others in your life. Today I have rounded up some great craft ideas that will be perfect to decorate your home or give as a gift to someone hosting a Thanksgiving dinner. Please note that I have permission from all of … Continue Reading →
Lots of ideas for Easter and Spring Celebrations

Lots of ideas for Easter and Spring Celebrations

For those of you celebrating Easter or any Springtime celebrations I wanted to remind you that I have lots of Easter Ideas and Spring Ideas on my Pinterest board. These are generally not religious items, although Easter is a religious holidays for many. To me Easter is celebrating the spring though and so I still love all the eggs and bunnies and such.   My board has lots of ideas … Continue Reading →
Super Bowl Snack Hacks [infographic]

Super Bowl Snack Hacks [infographic]

Happy Saturday! Tomorrow is Super Bowl so you know I had to share an infographic this week somehow related to the game. I thought this one with Super Bowl Snack Hacks was a lot of fun! I do not know if I will watch the game or not, if I do it will be at home and I will root for the Denver Broncos. Who are you rooting for? Or … Continue Reading →
Big Game Day Cocktail Recipes: Go Beyond Beer

Big Game Day Cocktail Recipes: Go Beyond Beer

The Super Bowl is this Sunday and beer is the choice of many to drink during the big game. I am encouraging you all to go beyond beer though with some of these great cocktails perfect for watching football. Thanks to Deussen for the recipes and photos! Red Zone Punch In football the red zone is the area on the field between the goal line and the 20 yard line. … Continue Reading →
FREE DOWNLOAD: New Year’s Party Questions

FREE DOWNLOAD: New Year’s Party Questions

Whether you are celebrating alone, with a small group, or at a big party it is fun to think about what has happened in 2013 and what you hope for 2014. Since it is time for New Year’s Eve parties and New Year’s Day gatherings I thought I would make a simple New Year’s Party Questions PDF that you can print out. The PDF is just 2 pages, one page … Continue Reading →