Teacher Appreciation Door Ideas

Our school is celebrating Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week right now. And as the Hospitality Chair for our PTA, it's a big week for me! I have had so much fun planning for this event. I chose the theme "So Sweet to be Taught By You". (Think candy, sweets, treats and more!) To kick off the week, some of our crafty Homeroom Moms gathered after school on Friday to decorate their teacher's door. They all turned out so cute, I thought it would be fun to share them with you today.

I will do a seperate post with the full details of our 
Candy Themed Teacher Appreciation Week soon :) 
But until then, here is some sweet inspiration for decorating your teacher's door. 


Make A Newspaper Hat for Earth Day

Our elementary school has lots of fun traditions. One of our favorite, is the annual "Earth Day Hat Contest". During the Week of Earth Day, kids are invited to make a hat at home using recycled materials. Then they wear it to school and two winners (one boy and one girl) are chosen for each class. The assignment gets kids to 'think outside the box' and use lots of creativity.


Crawfish Dessert

It's Crawfish season again! And once again, I refuse to eat them. But that doesn't mean I don't like a good crawfish boil. Whenever we go to one, I like to make my 'famous crawfish cakes'. They are the perfect dessert for any festive crawfish boil.


Unique Ideas for Mother's Day

Our Moms have done so much for us, it's only right that we get a day each year to celebrate them! But what can you give your Mom to show her how much you care? I did a little 'pre-shopping' for some things that Moms of all ages will adore. Lots of different price points and styles. Click on over to eBay to see my latest guide, "What Moms Really Want for Mother's Day".

Unique Mother's Day Gifts
Click here to see my eBay guide with tons of ideas for Mother's Day Gift. 
And if you are a Mom, leave a comment below of what item on my list you would love to receive for Mother's Day!

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DIY Poodle Skirt

My mom made me a poodle skirt when I was in middle school. I remember feeling so proud that she took the time to sew it for me. I loved that skirt.

So when a friend invited my girls to her party and mentioned that they "could" wear a poodle skirt, if they had one---well I knew it was time to continue the poodle skirt tradition.


Easter Basket Ideas for Girls & Boys (Reusable Items they will Actually Use!)

Every year I get a bit stuck when it comes to Easter baskets. They can be so adorable, but they can also can be a bit wasteful. So this year, I am trying to fill my baskets with items that are thoughtful and reusable. Who's with me?! Here are four ideas for themed "baskets" that can be used year round-- and are sure to make the Easter bunny proud :)


How to Celebrate Your Anniversary

My husband I recently said "Cheers to 13 years" of marriage. And for some reason, the number 13 sounded really, really big to me. A lot has happened in 13 years, but I don't feel 13 years older. I feel like we just got married! To celebrate we took a long weekend to Cancun, Mexico and stayed at our favorite Marriott resort.


DIY Sunshine Bucket

My daughter's little friend recently broke her elbow during team practice. She is the sweetest friend- so we decided to cheer her up with a "Bucket Full of Sunshine".

A few moms pitched in money, and I went shopping at "Five Below". And what tween girl doesn't love a bucket of goodies from "Five Below"??? I tried to stick with the 'yellow' theme, like the sun.


Salad Bar Teacher Luncheon

Our Hospitality Committee has been hard at work! Last week we hosted a luncheon for the teachers at our school. I decided to go with the "Hello Sunshine" theme since our staff makes every day at school sunny :) And because every teacher loves a good salad, we set up a yummy salad bar too!

I found my inspiration for the Salad Bar idea at Sara Robbins.com. Her salad bar is a lot more fancy than ours, but the results are the same. A yummy DIY salad. I like this idea for school luncheons, showers, or a family dinner. You can vary the ingredients based on your guests. Vegetarians, meat eaters-- there is something for everyone!

Via Sara Robbins.com


21 Crafty Valentine Projects

It's Valentines week! So today I am sharing a round-up of my favorite Valentine projects. Lots of ideas for parties, decor and things to give.

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