Let’s talk about kids’ art, friends. I love it when my kids do art. It’s messy, but I love to see their creativity come out. But here’s where I’m going to be the super honest mom and say something I’m not supposed to say: I don’t really want to decorate my house with my kids’ art. I know, I know! It probably makes me a bad mom. But kids’ art is not is not really my decorating aesthetic, you know? But I’ve devised a solution! Let me show you how to make a collaborative art piece that you’ll actually be happy to hang up with this Sweet Heart Wall Art.
Tomorrow marks the first day of Advent, and with it all the traditions the come along with the celebration of Christmas. A few years ago, we bought an Advent calendar to use with LM, but I knew I didn’t want to put candy in it, I wanted something more meaningful. So we made ours an Advent activities calendar.
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I want to make sure that you read that up there. Did you see it? NO SEW. For real. You don’t need any sewing skills whatsoever to make a blackout shade for your windows at home. If you can cut and glue, you can make this shade, friends.