How cool is that? Complete any party with the Party Photo Booth – the perfect way to create and capture memorable party moments! Ideal for parties, celebrations and fun times with friends, the Party Photo Booth is a table top mini photo booth compatible with your smartphone or tablet that allows you to take the… Continue reading Your own Personal Photo Booth?
Matt 17:20 tells us that. It further tells us that having “faith even as small as a mustard seed” can move mountains. What if you were given that mustard seed? I am astonished at how the Fitbit Fitness Tracker is so highly effective. Those of you unfamiliar, it is a tracker that measures your steps,… Continue reading “Nothing will be impossible for you.”
This is a really cute idea I came up with to be used alone or preferably with my Cardboard Box Oven Kit. As a kid I enjoyed playing with all things food. As such I was elated to find this Melissa & Doug Make A Meal Sticker Pad (click on link below to purchase from… Continue reading The Perfect Pair
It’s another edition of Show Us Your Books! But, before I kick off what I’ve been reading lately, I wanted to remind all of my readers about my 1 Year Blogiversary Giveaway! This Friday, August 11th is your last chance to enter to win a free book – pick the book you most want to… via… Continue reading Show Us Your Books – August 2017 — The Hungry Bookworm
Source: The “Real” Story in an Egg Carton
This idea came to me on April Fools Day last year. I had just eaten a bag of Smart Pop when it popped in my head – why not give Maiah a bag? After all, it was April 1st and I did have an empty bag? The thought made me laugh out loud. I… Continue reading An April Fools Day Prank
Twelve colorful eggs packaged in an egg carton with meaningful objects inside bring the story of the death and resurrection of Christ to life. They are called Resurrection Eggs and can be purchased online and from retailers like Walmart, K-Mart and Target. Children as young as 4 years old can tell the resurrection story using this… Continue reading The “Real” Story in an Egg Carton