Daddy’s Button Down turned Toddler Apron

In honor of Earth Day, I took a couple of my husband’s old button down shirts and turned them into aprons for my kids. It was a great way to reuse stuff we already had and as an added bonus, it was a super quick project! For my girl’s apron, the neck was too large so I simply cut down the center of the collar and overlapped it. I used >> Continue reading

Too many cooks in the kitchen?! Not at our house!

We got our 16-month little girl a little kitchen set for Christmas. Just recently she’s joined her big brother in the kitchen and has been having a blast feeding me plastic food. This new activity for her inspired me to create our latest handmade item, the little apron skirt & oven mitt. They’re so adorable and fun that even my son has gotten into wearing the skirt version (I’ll just >> Continue reading

Our Customers Say It Best!

We’ve received such great feedback from our customers that I wanted to share a few with everyone. Our customers really are the best, and they keep us inspired to make these handmade creations! My son love love loves these [newsboy] caps and I will be ordering more because they are so well made. (5/15/11) When my son Noah (7 months old) was wearing it [newsboy cap] as we went around >> Continue reading

Birthday gift idea on a budget

For my nieces’ birthdays, I wanted to get them something extra special. As I do not have any kids their ages (six and eight), I had no clue what would be considered “cool” for that age group. I did, however, remember that they both liked to play “cook” (I was the recipient of many plastic and imaginary foods!) and that sparked a fun idea! Since I already had a collection >> Continue reading