mini ice candle diy

I love to use leftover containers for clever craft ideas.  Never one to just throw something away, I decided to use the little plastic microwave cups to make miniature ice candles! Creating with recycled items is not a new thing for me.  I made unusual wall art from toilet paper tubes, a pretty suncatcher from plastic […] Read the full article →

how to make sand art with salt

I'm always on the lookout for fun colorful ways to decorate my home.  And I love a good faux technique.  So I was thrilled when I ran across the idea of creating sand art with salt!  Here is a great way to make up so many different colors of "sand", with a very low budget. […] Read the full article →

Summer crafting 9 beautiful projects

Summer is the perfect time to create recycled crafts and crafts based on nature.  There are very inexpensive ways to bring color and beauty into your surroundings!  Here is a compilation of beautiful, colorful projects featured on the Sitcom. Many of these fun projects take just pennies to make.  Bring a bit of summer inside with […] Read the full article →

pineapple cherry lemonade13

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and The Coca-Cola Company. All opinions are mine alone. #AlwaysDelicious #CollectiveBias We are currently living in the high desert of Arizona.  Seriously, it's not as hot as it sounds.  Here in Williams, the temperatures average in the high 80's.  But drive two hours in any direction […] Read the full article →

appreciating the grand canyon2

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #DotComDIY #CollectiveBias We are smack in the middle of the busy summer season here at the Williams Circle Pines KOA in Arizona.  With 50 to 70 check-ins a day, Dave and I have found ourselves working long hours.  Granted, […] Read the full article →

tips for fun outdoor gathering

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #SweeterTogether #CollectiveBias Did you know that July is Family Reunion Month?  Summertime is also a great time to plan fun get-togethers with friends and family.  Because we live in a RV, we like to plan all our gatherings around […] Read the full article →

new jersey rv travel

This post is sponsored by Good Sam Roadside Assistance in conjunction with Blog Meets Brand. All opinions are my own. A little over a year ago, we sold our house and most everything we own and hit the road in our RV.  Life on the road so far has been very exciting.  Learning to live full time […] Read the full article →

easy kids craft casting with sand7

Looking for a fun summertime craft for the kids?  It occurred to me that one of the most versatile ways of creating a mold would be to use sand.  And there is certainly plenty of that around in the summer! So with that in mind, I located an object that I wanted to mold and created […] Read the full article →

baked cream cheese rangoons

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #LetsCheese #CollectiveBias Our life change since becoming full time travelers has also included being healthier while on the road.  Our new jobs are very active, sleep is something that we no longer are in dire need of, and we are […] Read the full article →

esalon custom hair color11

Thank you to the nice folks at eSalon and Mom It Forward for sponsoring this post!  All opinions are totally my own. #eSalon #homehaircolor Living full time on the road means that money is not as plentiful as it used to be.  When we sold our house and nearly everything we owned, moved into our […] Read the full article →

sparkly flamingo plant poke

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #BringTheTropicsHome #CollectiveBias We live full time in our RV.  That is two of us plus two dogs living in about 400 square feet of space.  The ultimate tiny home!  So you can imagine that sometimes our tiny home can […] Read the full article →

diy clothespin dolls

Remember making clothespin dolls when you were little?  Or maybe I just totally dated myself....anyway, this could be a fun project for the kids this summer.  They are easy to create and let a child's imagination shine through. All you need are some wooden clothespins, fun scrapbooking papers, maybe a little felt, beads, sequins and paint […] Read the full article →

neverending crochet flower pillow pattern

I'm always looking for ways to add a touch of color to my RV.  You see, it is basically white and wood.  Of course, there is nothing wrong with that; it makes the place look much bigger than it's 400 square feet.  But it could definitely use a pop of color or two.  So when […] Read the full article →

easy fabric wall art

When we bought our home years ago, it was a blank slate full of blank walls.  And I did not have a lot of money to decorate with.  But I did not let that stop me.  Sometimes the best projects come from items found in the dollar store. And the best part is that it […] Read the full article →

how to enlarge a pattern

Have you ever needed to enlarge a pattern, but did not have a copier handy?  Happens to me all the time!  You see, I live in a RV and a copier would take up so much room that I'd have to find other accommodations for the husband.  Fortunately for him, I use an easy grid way […] Read the full article →