Tie up bored kids this summer with a cool string craft

String up your kids with this crafty decorative string sculpture wall hanging, with their own initials This craft, designed for fifth graders, will introduce kids to the irresistible fun of string art.  They can start off with this quick and cool project using just a few nails and some string to create letter boards to feature... Continue Reading →

Creating a bedroom sanctuary for all seasons

Make your bedroom a refreshing retreat, any time of year Many a travel-weary soul has exclaimed, “There’s nothing like being home in your own bed.” Your bedroom is your private sanctuary, so make it an inviting place where you can rest, sleep and feel restored, surrounded by pure comfort and beauty. Blooming bed Bring a... Continue Reading →

All you need for a spectacular Fourth of July

Get your holiday celebration off with a bang Independence Day is around the corner, so get ready to celebrate in style and spirit. Be a star at your July 4th party with festive food, drink and Americana accoutrement made for entertaining and enjoying your holiday. Hole-in-won! You can't miss with a flag themed bean bag toss game.... Continue Reading →

For the Fourth, and forever, it’s true, it’s never the same place twice

My addiction to TJ Maxx, and my one-stop shopping binge for everything Fourth of July As I loaded up for Independence Day festivities at my secret place, before I noticed two hours had passed. I wondered how the time had gotten away from me, as it always does when I go there; and more broadly,... Continue Reading →

The REVOQ fidget spinner that just won’t stop

We Fidget creators dazzle with fully loaded fidget spinner The hot new fidget spinner REVOQ from WeFidget is the best thing I've seen since the faux Cartier diamond encrusted solid gold spinner on SNL. https://youtu.be/iN6df0twmJQ Though I'm not a connoisseur of fidget spinner's, my nine-year-old son he is. He and his friends are so addicted to... Continue Reading →

Celebrating Fourth of July on the Slopes at Lake Tahoe

History making snowfall makes for historical July 4 skiing   Careful what you wish for For the first time in history, mountain resorts in Lake Tahoe have officially extended their ski season through July 4th weekend. After several dry winters, the Lake Tahoe resorts saw their snowiest season on record, reporting 700 inches of snow, approximately... Continue Reading →

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