10.05.2015 by Sarah |
Our very first business started way back when were about 8 and 10 when we’d charge people to do hair wraps in the park!
We’re bringing it back for our little nieces, and thought it was too cute not to share!
Here’s our technique…so funny!
#1 Start with braiding a small section of hair.
#2 Use a piece of cardboard and cut a slit in it to place over the braid…this keeps little wispies of other hair interfering with your wrap.
#3 Cut thread HERE and tie in a knot at the top of the braid. We use two strands of each color and cut 2.5 times the length of the hair.
#4 Start wrapping! Use both strands of color and wrap around hair and other strands of thread.
#5 Switch colors as desired and occasionally push up on the wrapped portion so the wrap is nice and tight.
#5 Continue down the length of the hair and tie threads in another knot when finished.
Wouldn’t this be so fun for a party or sleepover?!
Thanks to Belle for being our model. You are a beaut! xxx
10.02.2015 by sarah and emily |
Sometimes the best things in life are simple and amazing.
This dessert is one of them…
Slice pears, place on greased cookie sheet. Sprinkle with cinnamon and bake at 350 for 10 minutes until soft. Serve with fresh whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.
Simple enough for a mid-week dessert, delicious enough for a dinner party!
09.30.2015 by sarah and emily |
We spied these black licorice cats HERE and thought they were perfect for Halloween!
Paired with THESE little muslin bags and you have a perfect harry potter-worthy treat.
We stamped the bags with ‘boo’ to make them a little more festive.
Do you have a Halloween party coming up? These would make such a cute favor!
09.28.2015 by Sarah |
You guys! Sarah, Brock and the twins just returned from England!
They headed to the homeland to introduce the lil ladies to their great grandma, uncles, aunties and countless cousins!
TRANSATLANTIC FLIGHT with TWO TODDLERS!
Sarah made the most amazing activity backpacks to help with the long flights.
THESE mini backpacks were the perfect size for the twins, and the leash attachment was ideal for when the airport was extra crazy and crowded.
Sarah kept the backpacks light with just a few books, snacks and a cuddly toy.
A few new toys from the dollar store such as pipe cleaners and stickers held the girls interest for longer than expected.
And a sucker for take off and landing to help with ear pain worked wonders.
This pic was taken the day before they left on the big adventure….they look a little suspicious that something was about to happen!
Bon Voyage little ladies!
09.25.2015 by Emily |
What seems like forever ago (before the babies), Sarah spied the cutest kid plates HERE. She’s always been a sucker for thick, high-quality plastic products!
Little did we know that it wouldn’t be too long before we would need all three plates!
With a few picky eaters among us (Elizabeth and Jane), nothing is more satisfying when our toddlers enjoy a good meal!
These plates help things look so appealing, right?! And did we mention they cost less that $5 for all three?!
Two things we’ve learned with babies who are picky-eaters:
#1 Variety! These plates remind us to give the babies options. Sometimes they may not eat the whole plate, but they almost always try everything when options are presented.
#2 Babies are social eaters. We’ve found meals to be so much more successful when we sit down and eat with our babies rather than trying to spoon feed them. When we all sit down and enjoy a meal together it really encourages the baby to give the presented food a try.
Do you have any picky eaters in your household?
What are your tips to making meal times successful for everyone?