Hey hey readers! I’ve been wanting to post this DIY for a while now and as it turns out, it’s #nationalkittenday! So.. perfect timing, right?? I created an enormous amount of these yarn balls for Livi’s kitten birthday back in April, and it’s about time I share how. I’ve come across some different methods for making them, but I knew I wanted more of an overlapping sort of “messier” style. I’ve laid out a step by step tutorial so you can see exactly how I achieved this look. You don’t need that many materials at all, and the process is quicker than you might think. Let’s get our craft on!
I’ve created something special for Mother’s Day for that coffee (or tea) lovin’ lady in your life. These thoughtful “world’s greatest” mugs will warm their hearts, and their tummies! You can fill them with their favorite treats, gift cards, coffee, or tea samples to make this gift extra sweet. Whether you call them Nana, Gigi, Grandma, or Memaw, I’ve got you covered with these freebies.
Are you kitten me?? I finally got some time to sit down and share all of Livi’s 5th birthday party details. This is a good one. You gotta check it out! As I mentioned in my last post, Olivia chose a kitty birthday as she’s been a cat lover since the beginning of her little life. After browsing Pinterest for some ideas, I was instantly inspired by these kitten cookies made by Natsuki. They were pretty much the basis of how I wanted to design her party. I chose light pink, white, grey, tabby orange, and browns as her color palette to coordinate. Everything just seemed to fall into place after that.
Hey, readers! I feel like I’ve been talking about this for weeks now, but I’m finally getting around to posting some party decor from Olivia’s 5th birthday. Her “Are You Kitten Me” theme was such a fun one to plan! Definitely one of my favorites thus far. We’re cat people in this household, and Livi has followed in our footsteps when it comes to her love for kitties. I was so excited when she told me she wanted a cat party! For this DIY, I’m going to be sharing how I created the door hanger for our entry. Once a theme is decided, I always start with a specific color palette to help me better plan the details. For this one, I chose light pink, white, grey, tabby orange and browns.