Are you tired of seeing footprint art yet? I hope not, because I’m pretty sure it’s going to be a regular thing. March’s St. Patrick’s Day footprint art was a little difficult for me. I had crafter’s block; all I could think of was shamrocks. I wanted to make St. Patrick’s Day cards to send out, but there was no way I could fit a footprint shamrock on the size card I was trying to make. So, I broke out my handy dandy side kick: Pinterest.
Holidays are my jam. I love celebrating, decorating & documenting each month with whichever holiday is coming around. I focus on the bigger holidays, like St. Patrick’s Day, BUT I found this site that has a bunch of random holidays that I also add to our calendar. Some of them are a little out there, but most of them are fun things you can easily celebrate (like take a walk in the park day), so why not?! It makes an ordinary Thursday turn exciting super quick. Can’t beat it! This makes our calendar get packed pretty quickly, but I always make sure to schedule time for footprint art & for a photo shoot. This way, I don’t end up scrambling at the last minute.
Since I’m living the SAHM life now, we are ballin on a budget. SO that just means I get to notch my DIY skills up to the next level. Homemade Christmas presents are officially my go to for family presents! We took some at home Christmas photos, so I decided to make a Christmas picture ornament in honor of E’s first Christmas!
I’m only three months in, but I can already tell that the first year with a baby is filled with so many monumental milestones. Everything they do is a “first”. It’s mind boggling to me. From reaching for your hand to their first thanksgiving, every moment is so precious. I, of course, want to document every.single.one. in as many ways as possible. I constantly am capturing digital moments (I currently have 2745 photos & 238 videos on my phone….) but I also am a sucker for the tangible items. So I craft! & boy, are these thanksgiving crafts presh!
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I love the holiday season and I am especially excited to start family traditions as we have become a family of three. Crafts with E are obviously a shoe in. We will probably do monthly crafts throughout the year (at least) but knowing me, they will be in higher quantity from October-December.
Halloween is our first holiday with E, so I had a combination of “crafters block” & an over abundance of ideas…it was overwhelming. But I finally narrowed it down and decided on two simple crafts to start me off: footprint ghosts & frankensteins and bumpkins! Continue reading Baby’s First Halloween Crafts