These are some of my favorite signs to make.  Moms and grandmas love getting these as gifts.  No one works harder and loves you more than Mom.  Shower her with love and gifts while she's still around.  I would give anything to have mine back!   I have made many and Mom is the most popular by far.  Grandma and Mimi a close second!  These are size 6 x 19" Find out more here:   https://www.etsy.com/shop/MountainMomaDesigns?ref=seller-platform-mcnav This design I started this year.  I like that it's smaller and a different style than above.  It's a 12x12" and looks perfect on a picture easel.  Find it Here:   https://www.etsy.com/shop/MountainMomaDesigns?ref=seller-platform-mcnav...
 Earth Day is just around the corner,  April 22, 2021.  What are you going to do?  Are you interested in making a difference and taking care of our environment?  Me, too!  I believe we all can make a difference even if it's just one small task.   What a wonderfully, magnificent place we live in.  We all share the same planet, so we should all take responsibility to clean it up!   This Earth Day, grab the kids and your spouse and get outside!  Find ways to clean up.  For instance, clean your yard.  Clean your neighbors yard.  Go for a walk and soak up all that nature has to offer.   Want to make it extra special, use this printable as a way to engage the whole family with Earth Day activities!   Have Fun, enjoy nature and make memories this Earth Day!  ...
 DIY Camping Bucket Decals are so much fun to make and to have at the campsite!  With a little led light that you can get from Amazon.com, you will have a fun night light to enjoy.  I sell the decals on my Esty store,  https://www.etsy.com/shop/MountainMomaDesigns .  There are many designs to choose from and are marked as Best Seller.  I am very proud to have that tag on my product!    Lighted Camping Buckets  Applying the decal is easy, but requires patience and maybe an extra set of hands!  First you need to clean the bucket really well.  Get the sticker off and any glue residue.  Use goo gone or coconut oil to remove the residue.   Then clean with rubbing alcohol and let dry completely.   Starting at the top, peel the backing off the decal about a 1/3 of the way down.   Take the top of the decal and place onto the bucket just under the rim.  Once it has stuck, slowly peel the rest of the backing and rubbing onto the bucket the same time.  With your credit card, rub the decal onto th...
 Hi friends,  I had this big cardboard box that was screaming make something out of me!  So, I came up with an Easter Bunny.  I thought that he would be a addition to have this year.  What do you think?  It's actually an easy project that can be altered to your own style.  I had originally thought that I would go with colorful polka dots, but decided to go with this more traditional bunny look. First, I sketched a bunny onto the cardboard and then I cut it out.  Next I painted it with white spray paint.   Once the paint dried, I painted the edges with a light grey to give it a little dimension and color.  Just lightly tap the brush into the paint and brush off a few times before applying to the cardboard. Once the grey dried, I started with the ears.  I used a light shade of pink for the inner ears.  Then I moved onto the face.  I did this all freehand and it's far from perfect!  After the face I added the bow.  It's looking super cute!!!  The next step is to give this guy ...
We are heading into July and that means Shark Week is coming!!!  Woop! Woop!  Do you love Shark Week as much as my family does?  If you have watched it before now, check it out.  It's equally fascinating as it is educational! I created this little activity pack so that the younger kiddos can learn a little about sharks while having fun.  Make it a family activity one night and a lasting memory for everyone. Download it Here: ...
These Christmas Snowflake Ornaments are super cute and so easy to make!  I remember as a little girl, getting so much snow that I was afraid to walk in it!  These days, if you get a dusting or an inch or two, it's considered a big deal.  So, let's get the kiddo's to make their own snowflakes.  My youngest son, is so creative.  He's a left-hander or southpaw and according to science, he's naturally creative!  He would get paper from anywhere he could find it and make paper snowflakes.  We used to hang them all over the house!   I loved it! You can't have too many Christmas decorations in my opinion! One day before Christmas last year, I was looking for craft projects that would get my kids involved and these snowflakes were it!  I had the supplies just needed the hands!  The supplies used in making these are: Popsicle Sticks (large and small) White Paint Glitter Glue gun or Elmer's glue Modge Podge Jute or ribbon for the hanger First Step ...
Rustic Angels Ornaments  It's no secret, that I am a huge fan of Angels.  There is just something calming and majestic about having angels near.  Even more so, since losing my parents in 2017.  My mom was big fan of Angels as well, she had several on her tree of all different shapes and sizes!  My mom was big on keeping Christmas ornaments! Her tree was filled with all the special ornaments that my sisters and I made in school, or girl scouts or just because.  Oh, the memories!  I am happy to say that my sisters and I have kept with that tradition and fill our trees with special creations made by our kids and for my oldest sister, grandkids!   One day I was walking around The Dollar Tree  and saw these doilies!  And immediately, I could see cute little Angels!  So, I walked around the store and gathered more supplies that I would need to make these precious angels!  These are also great little  projects for kids to make for teachers, grandparents, or other family member...