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Disney Social Media Moms Celebration Portland & MyPrintly Trip Report- Part 1

Posted by on Jun 14, 2015 in All Things Disney, Reviews, Trip Reports | 0 comments

Disney Social Media Moms Celebration Portland & MyPrintly Trip Report- Part 1

Hi There! I had the incredible opportunity to attend two events last week, MyPrintly and Disney Social Media Moms Celebration On Road Portland, and can’t wait to tell you about it! If you haven’t heard of Disney Social Media Moms Celebration (#DisneySMMC), it’s a yearly event held at either Disneyland or Walt Disney World.  It’s also the event for bloggers and social media influencers. It’s shrouded in a bit of mystery.  No one knows how you get invited to it, you just do.  Basically, if you receive an invite,...

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Pop Up Business Cards

Posted by on Jun 5, 2015 in Crafts, Etsy Cuteness | 6 comments

Pop Up Business Cards

Hi There! I’m headed to Disney Social Media Moms Celebration – On the Road Portland aka #DisneySMMC in just a few days, and I’m super excited about it!  You can read all about my Seattle adventures 2 years ago here.  But, there was one thing..  I needed new business cards!  I starting researching, and sure I could have had some cheap ones made, but they’d be forgotten 2 seconds after someone received it.  So, I started brainstorming creative business cards that I could make myself.  I quickly decided a pop-up business...

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How to Make an Amazing Hidden Mickey Shirt – with VIDEO!

Posted by on May 5, 2015 in All Things Disney, Crafts | 0 comments

How to Make an Amazing Hidden Mickey Shirt – with VIDEO!

Hi There! Today I’m sharing my second how-to video on how to make an amazing hidden Mickey shirt!  This craft is super low cost too!  Perfect for that next vacation to Disney World or Disneyland!   What you’ll need- 2 nearly identical t-shirts with complimentary colors (ours came from Walmart and cost $3.88 each) 2 different sizes of buttons (We used $.88 cards from Walmart) Matching thread Sewing machine (If you don’t have a sewing machine, this project may be small enough to hand sew) Pins or clips Scissors or rotary...

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Win a 1 Year Subscription to ABCmouse.com Early Learning Academy

Posted by on Apr 20, 2015 in Giveaways, Reviews, Sweepstakes, Technology | 0 comments

Win a 1 Year Subscription to ABCmouse.com Early Learning Academy

  Hi There! I’m very excited to bring you the chance to win a 1 year subscription to ABCmouse.com Early Learning Academy!  And, if that’s not cool enough the winner will also receive a backpack filled with awesome books! If you’re unfamiliar with ABCmouse.com, it’s complete online curriculum for little ones ages 2-7 in preschool, pre-K and kindergarten.  The learning is fun with games, videos, art and puzzles.  Miss V absolutely loves it.  We have paid to subscribe for a few months now, and when the opportunity...

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Lumia 830 vs iPhone 5

Posted by on Mar 26, 2015 in Reviews, Technology | 0 comments

Lumia 830 vs iPhone 5

Disclaimer: Microsoft sent me a Lumia 830 phone at no charge for the purposes of review.  All opinions are very much my own.   Hi There! I’ve been using a Microsoft Lumia 830 for the past 6 weeks as part of the #LumiaSwitch campaign.  It’s been my primary phone to do all tweeting, posting, everyday internet browsing, and yes calling people!  However, I’ve been rocking an iPhone 5 for the past three years.  Actually, I’ve had an iPhone since 2008, with an iPhone 3 and 4.  So, how does the Lumia stack up?  Will I...

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St. Patrick’s Day Coloring Page – Printable

Posted by on Mar 16, 2015 in Crafts | 0 comments

St. Patrick’s Day Coloring Page – Printable

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! In honor of this fine holiday I’ve created a cool little coloring page for the kids! You can download the printable PDF right here- St. Patrick’s Day Coloring Page   Happy...

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Easter Door Wreath Coloring Craft

Posted by on Mar 8, 2015 in Crafts | 0 comments

Easter Door Wreath Coloring Craft

  Hello there! I’ve created a pretty cool craft for your little ones this Easter.  You can even hang this creation on your door as a wreath!   Here’s what you’ll need- Download- Easter Door Wreath Coloring Craft PDF 6 Pages Card Stock Scissors Glue Stick Crayons/Markers Glitter, Pom Poms, Buttons, Yarn (optional)   Start by printing the PDF on card stock.  Then cut out the individual pieces- Take 2 of the half circles and lay them out- Then with the glue stick, glue all the way around Turn the other 2 half...

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AT&T Unite Mobile Hotspot for GoPhone by NETGEAR Review

Posted by on Feb 5, 2015 in Reviews, Technology | 0 comments

AT&T Unite Mobile Hotspot for GoPhone by NETGEAR Review

Disclosure: I received the AT&T Unite Mobile Hotspot for GoPhone by NETGEAR at no charge for the purposes of review.  All opinions are very much my own.   Hi There! While at the Techlicious and TravelingMom Holiday Tech and Travel Show I was generously gifted an AT&T Unite Mobile Hotspot for GoPhone by NETGEAR.  I’ve wanted to do a review for a while now, and I’m so happy to share my thoughts! Here are some of the features- $99 at AT&T Stores with GoPhone service No contracts, no credit check Various data plans...

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DIY Mickey Shirt – No Sew – with VIDEO!

Posted by on Jan 30, 2015 in All Things Disney, Crafts | 0 comments

DIY Mickey Shirt – No Sew – with VIDEO!

Hi There! For my first ever video tutorial, we’re going to craft some seriously awesome Mickey shirts! These shirts will save you a boat load of money over buying similar items at Disney World or Disneyland. Great to show your Disney Side too! The best part is no sewing or painting required! Check it out! The shirt shown in the video cost $4 at Walmart.  The heat transfer vinyl with glitter was $15 at Joann Fabrics, however I got it on sale at 40% off.  The vinyl isn’t a huge amount but you should be able to get 4-6 shirts out of...

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DIY Fleece Hat with Contrast

Posted by on Jan 12, 2015 in Crafts | 0 comments

DIY Fleece Hat with Contrast

Hi There! I started with this project as a no-sew fleece hat. It was no bueno. But, with a few simple stitches, it was as cute as can be! I’m a beginner when it comes to sewing, so this was the prefect project to get up to speed. Now, I’m going to be using straight stitches, but you can go to town with a serger or overlock stitches if that suits you. Ok, first grab two contrasting pieces of fleece. Make sure the fleece stretches lengthwise. I’m using remnants from JoAnn Fabric and Walmart.  The pink and blue hat above is a...

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