I might have an addiction to J.Crew necklaces, which means that lately I have been running out of spaces to put them. So this month I decided to take it upon myself to build something to house them! This also combines two of AJR’s favorite materials: wood and copper!
Today is Dr. Seuss’ birthday!! While this craft is a little late, it really is the simplest thing ever and you might already have all the items you need on hand in case you want to throw this together for a little ode to the man. If not, maybe this will be useful for a Dr. Seuss or Cat in the Hat party at a later date!
This post includes two free printables and 5 fun Seuss themed treat ideas! Seuss really did write some absolutely fantastic things, I really do love the message of most his books and I disturbingly discovered that I don’t own one! Not one Seuss book! I promise I’ll rectify that for my little girl ASAP! For now, Cat in the Hat favor cups!!
While I love the bright greens at St. Patrick’s time, I wanted to create a look that screamed a little bit less “green, rainbows and gold!” with this garland. But don’t worry we still have the classic shamrocks.
A while ago I was eating a pop tart and I looked at it and thought “this is adorable.” They’re covered in frosting and colorful confetti-like specks and I decided it looked very party-ish so I wanted to find a way to incorporate it into a birthday other than just serving pop tarts on a plate (mmm not so cute..)
These cake toppers are perfect because they’re not only colorful and cute but they’re edible which is basically the best thing you can add to a cake!