Whenever my husband and I are entertaining outside (which is a lot!), we like to have games to keep our guests having a good time. There are the classics like frisbee and football, but how fun are these game ideas? The giant Jenga? I'm sure that's a crowd-pleaser!
Whether used as a learning tool for kids or simply as a decorative coffee table or bookshelf object, these DIY wooden gradient blocks are easy to make -- and gorgeous!
Puzzles are fun, learning is fun, and hey, it's the Fourth of July: why not make a jigsaw puzzle of the U.S.??
Kids of all ages (and even kids at heart - I'm lookin' at you!) will get a kick out of this colorful DIY memory game!
For whatever reason, nothing seems to make kids happier than playing with water, especially during the summer! Here's a great DIY activity project that will a) get them outside and b) keep them there (not to mention keep them entertained for hours).
I say it's time to bring a little more fun and games into our DIY projects, anyone else? Fortunately, here's one that won't cause you to lose an eye. (Get it? It's all fun and games until... No? Bad pun? Okay, moving on...)
This is one of the BEST uses of an empty Altoid tin I've ever seen. A collection of four board games all packed into that little box. How cool is that? But enough with my gushing.
Here’s a collection of some great sites that are sure to make your Cinco de Mayo fiesta muy excelente!
For a history of Cinco de Mayo and a great collection of recipes, visit fabulousfoods.com
The Food Network not only has some excellent recipe offerings, but the pics of the dishes are sure to make your mouth water.
Kaboose has some fun craft ideas for kids and adults alike.
Nothing spells fun like b-i-n-g-o, Cinco de Mayo bingo that is. Go here...