Being a busy wife and mom, I tend to spent a decent amount of my time in the kitchen. Let's be honest, when you're in the kitchen - your first thought isn't about your appearance, right?!? You are focused on getting the meal prepped!! Who knew that throwing on a SUPER cute apron would not only change the way you feel about yourself....BUT...it would be a "turn-on" to the hubby as well!?! I have seen these types of cutesy aprons everywhere and I'd been...Continue Reading
The physical feature of mine that my husband likes the most is... my hair! I wanted to make a fun hair accessory to share with everyone who also has a 'hair lovin' spouse.
I had my neighbor come show me how to make these adorable and addicting rosettes that you can use for just about anything.
"Scrappy Fabric Rosette Headband" Tutorial
*scraps of fabric- at least 1 1/2inches wide x 26inches long*pearl beads- from Joann's 6mm & 8mm sizes...
ACTUALLY, it all started one Thursday night, the summer of 2003, when fellow diva, Tara and my sister, Tara, decided to introduce me to the crazy world of Country Dancing! I guess as a High School senior I looked old enough to pass for a college student. So I coyly made my way into Trolley Square with the “Taras.”
It wasn't long before I could smell the most yummy smell that I will always remember (and still smell on a regular basis…) Abercrombie's "Fierce"...Continue Reading
Yep! It's that time of year again...where the pig-skins get thrown around. My spouse and I are actually not a "sports loving" couple. We hardly ever watch games just to watch games...instead, we like the social aspect of it all. :)
This weekend we invited a bunch of friends over for a Pep Rally before we headed off to a High School Football Game. We thought it would be fun to find a local High School and watch one of their games.....as FANS! It's...Continue Reading
My husband and I recently decided to choose two nights of the week and make it a "NO T.V." night. On our very first "NO T.V." night, we put the baby to bed and went about the night getting things done that we usually wouldn't do because we would be sitting in front of the T.V.
Well, to my surprise, I started hearing music play. My hubby had put a CD that he made for me when we were dating, into the CD Player. ALL love songs! It definitely set the mood for the...Continue Reading
Oh how I love Summer! For this date we did a few things that I absolutely love to do during the summer time.
I posted this on the front door so as we were leaving for our date he saw this. You can also buy the real signs at the Dollar Tree.
(Download Garage Sale Sign)
In the car Jason received 2 lists. One list consisting of all the local garage sale addresses. I had previously looked up on Craigslist.com who was having garage...Continue Reading
The past couple Friday nights my husband has come home from work and surprised me with a stack full of movies that he checked out from the library. This has been something I look forward to on the weekends now. It's always fun to see what movies he found and that he thought about me by picking out several chick flicks.
Friday nights are our nights where we just want to put the baby to bed and snuggle up watching a movie, after a long week of...Continue Reading
The essentials for a fun-filled flirty 4th of July weekend.
1. Red Lipstick
2. Painted Toenails.
My husband loves when I take the time to paint my toes. It's that little extra touch that adds to beautifying ourselves.
My 'Glitter Toes' were done by our fellow Diva - Lisa M.
(If you're in Utah, and you would LOVE to have Glitter Toes of your own, you can email the Dating Divas at email@example.com to set up a party.)
We live in a separate state than our parents so Father's Day cards are the best bet for us! I always have tons of scrapbook paper on hand for times when I need to make a quick card for birthdays or special events, etc... Here is a tutorial for a quick and easy Father's/Grandpa's Day card!
Cardstock for the actual card folded in half longways.
Cut decorative scrap paper into 6 squares - all the same size.
Use a glue stick to attach the 6 squares to...Continue Reading