DIY Sew Your Own Face Mask

Posted by on 9/3/2020 to DIY
You don't need to be a professional to sew your own face mask. Following the steps in the video below will have you sewing and creating your own mask before you know it. With all the fabrics to choose from in stores, you can create one that matches your personality. 

Completed mask following tutorial

Watch the tutorial here 

Please note these are not medical grade masks. 

Finding the Perfect Outfit & Minky Blanket for Your Little Fashionista

Posted by on 12/4/2016 to Babies & Children

Here at Kemaily we know you're on the hunt for that perfect little outfit for your precious little ones. Our baby girl headbands and bloomer outfits are perfect for your little ones upcoming photo shoots, cake smash, playdates, or even everyday wear! 

5 Ways to Green Up Your Kid's Next Party

Posted by Emily Preston on 11/6/2016 to Babies & Children
Kids parties these days sometimes get a little out of control. It seems like parents are constantly
competing to see whose child’s party can be the biggest and the best.

All of this competition leads to parties where no expense is spared and enormous amounts of
waste are generated. When the party is over, bags of trash are needed to get rid of the balloons,
decorations, disposable plates and all the rest of the refuse.

You can save a lot of money by reducing waste and going green for your child’s next birthday
party. It does take some prior planning, but you can eliminate waste by keeping the party small
and following some easy tips to go green.

How To: Turn an Unused Room into a New Playroom

Posted by Jeff E. Brown on 7/17/2016 to DIY

Kids need space to explore their world and grow. While the bedrooms are great for studying and resting, they could also benefit from a playroom where they can let their imaginations run wild. If you have a formal dining room, den or even a loft that’s largely unused, then you’ve got the perfect space for a playroom. With a few creative ideas and the right storage, you can easily transform the area and delight your entire family.

Repurposed Furniture Ideas for Kids

Posted by Meg on 2/26/2016 to DIY
Repurposed Furniture Ideas for Kids
I am a huge fan of repurposing furniture, especially older items, as the quality always seem so much better than todays items.  Nothing like repurposing to save you from having to pitch it! Check out these kid geared furniture hacks to keep in mind. Check out these crafty mama's and be sure to click the links for their complete DIY instructions where they break it down for you!

Oh So Adorable Baby Gear

Posted by Meg on 2/21/2016 to Kemaily
 Here at Kemaily we know you're on the hunt for that perfect little outfit for your precious little ones. Our baby girl headbands and bloomer outfits are perfect for your little ones upcoming photo shoots, cake smash, playdates, or even everyday wear! 

Minky Lovey Review By Haylee and Family

Posted by Meg on 2/5/2016 to Kemaily

Valentine Treats to Melt, Bake, Or Create!

Posted by Meg on 1/31/2016 to Recipes
Valentine Treats to Melt, Bake, Or Create!
We know you're busy moms on the lookout for fun creative desserts to whip up, but have limited time! Here's a list of some quick and easy, but tasty Valentine treats for you and the whole family! Happy baking!

Make it Yourself Valentine Crafts

Posted by Meg on 1/17/2016 to DIY
Make it Yourself Valentine Crafts
Looking for some Valentine ideas to get inspired for your little ones upcoming class party? I've compiled a short and sweet list of some fun, some easy to whip up Valentines crafts. Make it yourself or involve the kids and make it a family event!

6 Absolutely Adorable Crochet Hat Patterns for Girls

Posted by Meg on 1/10/2016 to DIY
6 Absolutely Adorable Crochet Hat Patterns for Girls
Do you crochet or know someone that does? Here's a list of some of the cutest crochet hats rounded up into one nice and neat list for you! These warm and snuggly crochet hats are perfect to wear or make this chilly snowy time of year. Click the names under the photos to grab the crochet pattern. 

DIY King Size Farm House Bed

Posted by Meg on 12/24/2015 to DIY
DIY King Size Farm House Bed
I have been searching for the perfect bed for literally years now, trying to find one in the style and quality you would want in a bed.  Most of what we seen in the style we wanted were flimsy or made with wood that probably wasn't the best choice. The desire to dish out money for quality that we were seeing wasn't there, from there the adventure began and we started looking at plans online. After some more time of searching I finally found a photo of what I wanted.  The husband then took over and was able to find some plans to create the perfect bed for us thanks to Ana White. 

Quick and Easy to Whip Up Holiday Treats

Posted by Meg on 12/20/2015 to Recipes
Quick and Easy to Whip Up Holiday Treats
The Holidays are here and time is limited!  We've compiled a list of quick and easy recipes to help you get festive treats in a minimal amount of time. 

Rice Krispie Christmas Tree
Are you looking for a fast easy yet festive Christmas treat that kids will love(adults too)?
Follow the simple step by step directions from Cookies and cups! 


Freshly Picked & Kemaily Giveaway

Posted by Meg on 11/30/2015 to Kemaily
Freshly Picked & Kemaily Giveaway
I am excited to announce this week we have teamed up with Freshly Picked and are giving away a pair of soft sole moccasins & our Grey Chevron Burp Cloth Trio with matching Lovey! I am personally in love with these "Let it Go" moccasins. They're so well made, comfy, easy for toddlers to put on, and of course all around adorable!! They have so many colors to choose from its impossible to pick just 1 color.         

How to Make a Rice Heating Pad

Posted by Meg on 11/22/2015 to DIY
How to Make a Rice Heating Pad
These rice filled pads are amazing, useful little things that help with many things such as:
  • Muscle Aches
  • Backaches
  • Menstrual Cramps
  • Or just plain warming up!
These are also useful if you need something cold to help with swelling, just pull out of the freezer and set it on the problem area! After having severe issues with my spine this Summer and many visits to the Chiropractor I have been looking for safer items to use than just electrical heating pads. Not to mention these are one of the easiest projects to whip up. I added drops of Young Living's Essential Lavender to the rice for a little aromatherapy as well.  

Guest Bloggers Wanted

Posted by Meg on 11/15/2015 to Kemaily
Guest Bloggers Wanted
We would love to showcase YOU at Kemaily! We are actively looking for relatable bloggers who are interested in working with us:) I know there is a lot of talent out there and it can be a challenge to get noticed!

Become a Lemon Dropper With Young Living

Posted by Meg on 11/7/2015 to Kemaily
Become a Lemon Dropper With Young Living

Earlier this year if you had told me I would be using oils for everything under the sun instead of running to the doctor for OTC meds I would've laughed. We never thought we would be "those oil people", but guess what, we are!  

What is a lemon dropper? 

We are a large group of Young Living independent distributors whose purpose is to help educate and inspire. There are some lemon droppers that are not in the business part and only purchase for their family.  Then there are others(like myself) who not only purchase for our family, but help others and become independent distributors.  You could do it all on your own educating yourself and others OR you could do it with us as a team along with having access to a huge oil library aka "The Lemon Aid Library".

What works for myself and my family might not work for you, so make sure you do your homework and research companies, and test, test, test!  Also, make sure when trying out the products you order directly from the suppliers, yes, you can find these on other website, but many times the oils are diluted!

DIY Storage Bins: The Sanity-Savers

Posted by Meg on 11/1/2015 to DIY
DIY Storage Bins: The Sanity-Savers
Toys, costumes, shoes, hair clips, rubber balls, and countless other of my children’s things seem to constantly appear underfoot. One aching foot too many and we decided to implement new policies for cleanup time. Organization begins with a Designated Place for everything. Once we had those places set up and clearly marked, then we began teaching our little ones that if they weren’t playing with or wearing it, it went in the Designated Place. 

Getting that Designated Place settled can be half the battle. But not to fear: Kemaily mom is here! And she’s bringing several DIY storage ideas to help other busy moms and grandmas and child caretakers get organized. Enjoy.

Dress Up Time! Imagine Me As…

Posted by Meg on 10/17/2015 to DIY
Dress Up Time! Imagine Me As…

Imagine me as…a queen, a lion, a dinosaur, a giant cookie. The single most magical part of childhood is the constant imagination that we are not only allowed to, but encouraged to exercise as often as we like.

Want to be a princess? Here’s a dress—close your eyes, pretend, and your room becomes a castle. Want to be a pirate? A paper towel tube and too-large hat can send you to the high seas.

Every burst of imagination can be enhanced with a little creativity. (And let’s be honest—a real princess dress always trumped the one made from a towel wrapped around your waist.) So this week Kemaily brings you creative ways to help along the spark of your little one’s imagination: