Rustic DIY Pencil Holder
Trying to find the balance in function and aesthetic is a constant struggle for me. Add kids and their “stuff” into that and it feels like a loosing battle. I try to encourage my kids creativity, allowing an art table to be there for them when inspiration strikes. But, the clutter and mess that is...
You searched for Calendários para ajudar você a se reorganizar - Danielle Noce
Organização sempre foi algo presente na minha vida. Como uma clássica virginiana, eu adoro ver as minhas coisas em ordem. No último vídeo do Diário da Obra eu até contei que os calendários físicos são praticamente minhas obsessões – nem me venham com convites no e-mail, por aqui é tudo marcado manualmente na minha agenda […]
Craft Room Organization - Style + Dwell
It’s no secret that kid’s (and adult’s) craft supplies can be one of the trickiest things to keep contained. It’s one of our most requested and most asked about spaces. Glitter. Everywhere. All. The. Time. We’ve found some tried and...Read More
Organizing Kids' Craft Supplies - embellish*ology
If you asked my girls what their favorite thing to do was, they would immediately answer “to draw and do crafts”. These girls of mine seemed to have inherited their momma & daddy’s creativity. They could easily sit at the kitchen table all day and draw or make crafts….and I have binders, boxes and […]
Cutest Farmhouse Ever - daisymaebelle
I have the privilege of knowing the family that lives in the cutest farmhouse I’ve ever seen. And, I got to visit them today. And, take pictures. This house isn’t just “cute“… …or, “ka-ute“… or, even “too ka-ute“… It receives the highest of high in the “cute lingo.” It is TOO STINKIN KA-UTE! Let me […]
Amazing Interiors with Beautiful Natural Light
The most beautiful, well-designed interiors with amazing natural light.
My Craft Closet...
My kids LOVE to color and be creative. I’ve always tried to keep a good supply do crafts in the house so they have some creative time. Now more than ever, kids need creative time being out of school and mama needs a little break! ;)
Planning for the First 2 Weeks of School in Your Special Education Classroom
The first few weeks in the classroom can be tough. You’re given the room and the caseload, but not much else. There’s grade level curriculum to be adapted, but before you can even start that, you’ve got weeks of assessments and data collection ahead of you. Here are a few ideas to help you survive …