Summering at Schlitterbahn

This post is sponsored by Schlitterbahn.

We took our much-anticipated to Schlitterbahn New Braunfels the other week. Can you believe I was brave (or crazy) enough to take the kids solo? It was a bit of a challenge, but we had a great time--and a good night's sleep that night too! 

Thrift Store Style

 This post is sponsored by Goodwill SA

I'm back today with another peek into my thrifted wardrobe. Cute dresses are my number one pick for looking good and keeping cool as the temperatures rise for summer. My biggest criteria in finding the perfect thrifted dress is uniqueness. And it has to be comfy. Pockets seal the deal. I brought these dresses home for $8 each. 

What are your favorite thrifted threads? I'd love to see them! 

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Recycled Plastic Bottle Flowers

Join me over at PBS Parents Crafts for Kids for my latest how-to featuring these easy recycled plastic bottle flowers. Miss Amelia loved helping me make them and putting them out in our garden!

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Summer, Here We Come!

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Our school year is officially over, and it was a great one at that. Summer is here and I can't wait to make it a great one, too! To kick off the fun, we'll be headed off to Schlitterbahn, America's Favorite Waterpark. Our last trip was amazing, and I can't wait to surprise the kids this time! What are your plans for summer? If you're looking for a great place to take your family in Texas, Schlitterbahn is perfect!

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DIY T-Shirt Apron

This post is sponsored by Plaid Crafts and Blueprint Social

I love a good apron, and an easy-to-make handmade one is even better. Today, I'm excited to share Plaid Crafts' new Fabric Creations™ Block Printing Stamps and Fabric Ink, both available at Hobby Lobby and I recently received an amazing box of these block printing stamps and fabric ink, and was challenged to create a fun reuse project. This DIY T-Shirt Apron requires absolutely no sewing and is perfect for crafting, cooking, or even for kid's art projects.
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