Here's the Dump Truck Photo Booth I made for Wyatt's third birthday party! The way his face lit up when he first saw it made all the effort worthwhile. Here's the simple how-to (including my husband to the rescue when I made a mistake!) Cost: $30 (ish) Time . . .
Keep it simple. That's been my focus for the past several months, and it's made a HUGE change! I used to set lofty, SuperMom expectations, creating everything from scratch, making beautifully-packed lunches every morning, and elaborate meals every evening. Maybe one day . . .
I can't believe KariSkelton.com is officially a year old! Boy oh boy, has it been an amazing, crazy-busy year of ups and downs, victories and mistakes, and a massive learning curve. First off, I want to thank you for popping in, reading, commenting, sending me questions, and . . .
The coolest and most inexpensive way to spice up your room! Make this hanging bedside table using only a little of your time and little money! Hanging Bedside Table DIY Hello, friends! I created this hanging bedside table several months ago for The Edmonton Fall Home . . .
Robot Nightstand DIY Hi, friends! I recently made this DIY Robot Nightstand for The Edmonton Fall Home Show's Notable Nightstands Challenge, in support of Habitat for Humanity. (People could bid on DIY nightstands created by local bloggers.) Now, I want to show you how . . .
Body lotions, creams, butter: whatever title you want to use, they're far too expensive for my liking. How is something so simple (that you know is inexpensive to produce) so costly? (I feel the same way about toss cushions but that's a topic for another day.) I have . . .
I've found myself developing a bit of a bad habit: plopping Wyatt into his high chair in front of the computer or the TV to eat his snacks and meals. It seemed like the perfect solution! He could sit there, eating (and supposedly entertained) while I wash the dishes, return . . .
We'll likely be switching Wyatt to a big boy bed within the next year (despite the fact that if it was up to me, he'd be in a crib until he's 18), so I thought it would be fun to give you a peek into his room before the change-over. When we were designing the space, it . . .
My dad built our son Wyatt a beautiful sensory table this spring. At first glance, it's a cute, kid-sized picnic table. But when you lift the lid, you discover a pair of engaging, attention-grabbing sensory bins with materials for Wyatt and his friends to touch, smell, see . . .
'Tis the season for summer drinks! I had so much fun designing these three fabulous features (mostly because I got to taste test all of them). I designed them to be alcohol-free, so you can pour them as-is for your kids and pregnant friends, or add vodka, gin, or white wine . . .