Are you tired of spending way too much on expensive eye creams full of who-knows-what? Good news is you don’t have to forgo your eye cream to save a little. We have discovered an all natural eye cream packed with anti-aging nutrients to help reduce dark circles and puffiness and soothe the delicate skin around the eye. And you can make it with 2 simple ingredients right in your kitchen!
Have you ever found yourself browsing through Pinterest to find the perfect, homemade gift for someone special in your life? Or, maybe you are looking to create something for yourself. Either way, look no further. We have come up with the most simple, easy and delightful gift that you can make at home in your very own kitchen. Put on your apron, and scrub up because you are about to make some pretty amazing all natural body scrubs. Read on to find out how.
A picture is worth a thousand words, but does it say anything when no one sees it? Most of our photos are hanging out in cyber world with only a handful making its way into the “real world.” Part of that may be because we have run out of unique ideas, or shelves, to display them. Problem solved! With this adorable and super easy DIY Photo Display Board, you can show off those precious photos in a fun way.
“I’m BORED Mom!!!” At one time or another, we have all heard those words coming from our kids’ mouths. When boredom strikes at your house, look no further than your kitchen to find the answer! We love DIY crafts here at Daily Mom so we have gathered six simple kids craft recipes that can be made with ingredients that you can find in your kitchen. Many of these can be store bought, but they are really quite easy to make yourself and not only are they non-toxic, but they are FUN to make!
Are you in the midst of baby shower planning and searching for simple and chic party decor? Look no further! We have a few ideas to help you get your craft on. Don’t fret if you’re not the “crafty” type, these are easy baby shower decorations (almost) anyone can do!
The famous Goldfish crackers are probably a staple in your house if you have children. They fly off the shelves and into your children’s mouths in a second. Those little bags just aren’t big enough for the addicting fishies. Not to mention, they probably are addicting for a reason, possibly due to the high amounts of sodium packed in, along with other ingredients that you might not be a fan of. Don’t deprive your kids of the bite size, cheesy goodness they have come to know and love. Just change up your game. It’s super easy to make your own homemade Goldfish crackers, surprisingly with only 5 ingredients! You wish there were only 5 ingredients listed on the back of those bags. Now you can not only give your kids what they want, but you can rest assured knowing exactly what they are eating.
One of the best parts about the holiday season are the smells. You know it’s Christmas time when cinnamon and balsam surround you, and the sweet scent of freshly baked gingerbread tickles your nose. We recreate those smells by buying expensive candles, diffusers, and air fresheners. Instead of taking the risk of having an open flame around young kids or pets, and instead of breathing in potentially harmful fumes that certain candles and air fresheners can emit, recreate your favorite holiday scent a more natural way. It’s as simple as boiling some water on the stove. We all have time for that this year, right?
Tis the season for adorable homemade gifts, crafts and decorations. Some of the best homemade crafts are ornaments that will dress your Christmas Tree, and they will be brought out year after year to be admired. And once your children are grown, they will love to see their creations still being cherished after all these years. In this post, we’ll teach you how to make three simple Christmas ornaments using popsicle sticks.
Are you a gluten-free family and stumped for dinner this week? We can help you out with these 7 delicious, healthy, and easy gluten free meals!
The holiday season is upon us and what better way to greet your visiting guests than with a gorgeous wreath on your front door? Some of these beautiful wreaths can cost you an arm and a leg at the store, so why not save some money and make one yourself? Creating a hand-made wreath will not only give you a sense of pride when your friends and family ask “Where did you get this?,” but making your own also allows you the ability to customize it in whatever color combinations you wish! This DIY Holiday Burlap is beautifully easy to make and will make a real statement on your front door or over your mantle.
We have all been there, you smell something funky, and soon enough realize it’s coming from you and your adorable flats that you wear everyday. There is nothing worse than stinky feet and stinky shoes. The embarrassing feeling that everyone around you can smell your stench. Luckily, there is light at the end of the tunnel, there is a way to rid those smells coming from your shoes for once and all. You could simply toss out your stink shoes and get new ones OR you could try our 3 natural ways to de-stink your shoes!
With the holidays in full swing there is no better time to start crafting and creating traditions. It pretty much goes without saying that a huge part of the Christmas tree is the ornaments we adorn it with. Why not make those ornaments yourself? Gather everyone in the family (no age is too young or too old) to make these fun and creative ornaments with minimal supplies.
Winter is here and you know what that means right? Dry, itchy, white, flakey skin. Rough, cracked, chapped, dry skin. Need we go on? Using a simple store bought moisturizer will do, but wouldn’t you rather know exactly what is going on your skin? There are tons of hidden chemicals found in your everyday moisturizer so we have come up with a simple and easy way to make your own body butter right at home in your own kitchen. Read on to find out how.
Holiday baking can be difficult to accomplish while trying to keep your toddler occupied at the same time. Thankfully, you can make it into a fun and educational activity for your toddler by including them in the baking process. You can present the cookie baking as a string of Montessori activities. Not only will this enable you to get your baking done, it can be a very fun and educational experience for your child. You can discuss the steps together and make it a sensory exploration. Plus, the cookies will taste better if little hands help prepare them!
Looking for a new way to dress up your table or mantel this holiday season? Why not spend a few minutes making this incredibly easy candy cane yarn tree that is not only so easy to make, but also adds a beautiful hand-made touch to your home? Holiday decorations can get expensive, and between parties, special foods and presents- it’s always great to save a little money when you can. This candy cane yarn tree takes around a half hour to make, and for under $10 total- you can’t go wrong!