Archives for August 2018

DIY Hello Goodbye Mat on Silhouette 2 Ways + Free Silhouette Cut File

Looking for a DIY Hello Goodbye doormat project with free silhouette cut files? You’ve come to the right place! The Silhouette Cameo is amazing for cutting stencils, which you can customize to any font or size you want! While there are a ton of Hello Goodbye doormat DIYs out there, you can truly make it […]

Silhouette Cameo Cutting the Wrong Spot in Print and Cut? Here’s a Fix!

The Print and Cut feature on Silhouette is so useful and fun! It is also one of the most common issues with the Silhouette Cameo to troubleshoot. Learn from my mistake with my Silhouette Cameo cutting the wrong spot in Print and Cut so you can enjoy this versatile and fun feature! I am painstakingly […]

Mega Free Unicorn Printables and DIYs (Birthday Party Roundup)

Birthday parties can get really expensive, really fast. When I decided to do a unicorn-themed birthday party for my daughter’s second birthday, I scoured the web looking for free unicorn printables for as much of the party supplies as possible. In addition to making my own unicorn birthday banner and unicorn cupcake toppers, I came […]

Perfect Instant Pot Hard Boiled Eggs Recipe + Instant Pot Soft Boiled Eggs Recipe

Want to know how to make perfect instant pot hard boiled eggs? We go through eggs very quickly in our house. Egg salad and hard boiled eggs are always in demand. As soon as I make them, they disappear. I also use them for Pennsylvania Dutch red beet eggs. (They taste better than they sound! […]

Help! My Toddler Won’t Hold My Hand! (How to Get your Toddler to Hold Your Hand)

Does your toddler refuse to hold your hand when walking outside? It becomes a safety issue when your toddler won’t hold your hand crossing the street or in a public setting. My daughter, Livvy, has a tactile sensitivity in her hands due to sensory processing disorder, so anything hand-over-hand has been a struggle from day […]

Sesame Place – World’s first autism theme park to open in Pennsylvania

As a mom of a toddler with mild autism, I am absolutely thirilled to hear about Sesame Place, the first autism theme park for autistic/sensory children (or adults!) in Langhorne, PA. It’s not around the corner for me, but heck if I wouldn’t make the almpost 2 hour hike. There’s something about your child having […]

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