Kid’s Vision Board

Let’s Make a Vision Board

Happy 2018! The new year brings new visions and boy does Della have a lot of things she wants to do.  We decided to sit down and make a vision board to see what she wants to accomplish this year.


Della already has a list of things she wants to do and places she wants to go, and in true kid form, she makes sure to tell me, EVERY DAY…lol.  Below are the top things on her list.

  1. Disney
  2. See Frozen live
  3. Beach (Dance like a ballerina on the beach)
  4. Mountain trip
  5. Museums
  6. Waterfalls (Every since Niagara Falls, she’s been hooked)
  7. Cross a big bridge (She really has a thing for bridges)
  9. Playground with friends
  10. Explore

We sat down and searched the net for some cool pics and taped them to a piece of poster board.  We hug it next to her dream catcher, above her bed, so she could have good dreams about all the stuff she wants to do. I hope all her dreams come true.


This is a quick and easy project that’s so much fun. Adults spend so much time envisioning the future and things we want to accomplish, it’s good to find out what our kids want to do and accomplish for the new year.

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Video Editing Hacks

Do you have a child who loves making videos but needs some help editing?  Or, if you are like me, you need help editing videos.  Check out Gabrielle Marie on Youtube.  She has awesome easy to follow videos on editing.  She covers just about everything you can think of.  They are great for school projects, beginner videos, or just to experiment with for fun.

Here is a short list of some of her videos:

  • Emoji Animation
  • Green Screen transition
  • Overlay Video Borders
  • Animation Box
  • Colorful Panel transition
  • Subscribe Button Animation
  • Video Borders

Make your own hammock

This would be great for a kid’s play room or a teenager’s room. A nice place to hangout and read or just chill.

DIY and creativity

I found a really cool DIY for a hammock. It’s perfect for the summer time! You can even hang it inside the house in the winter or if you don’t have any outside space to hang it. Because a hammock is always comfy – no matter what weather or place.

Now this DIY requires some drilling – be prepared. But it’s only a small part of the project. The tricky part is the knotting. In this DIY they have used a macrame technique, which basically means that you’re knotting together cords. So it takes some time and focus to figure it out and not get all the cords messed up, but once you’ve got the hang of it it’s easy.

All you need for this DIY is some rope, screws, wood, a drill, measuring tape, scissors and some easily acquired knotting skills. Look at these pictures below to get an idea and see…

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