Jen is co-founder and art director of Family Sponge (http://familysponge.com). She also holds the proud title of work-from-home mom to two preschool-age children, and is hopelessly addicted to Starbucks, Craigslist and her husband Ryan.
In the hustle and bustle of every day, it’s easy to lose sight of the important things. Family Sponge‘s Jen H. shares a Thanksgiving craft project that helps her family keep things in perspective. Thanksgiving is a day to give … Continue reading →
Our friend Jen H. (Family Sponge) shares how to make a skeleton that’s more sweet than spooky. Use cotton swabs and glue to create a dramatic skeleton picture to hang on the wall for Halloween. If you have a shadow … Continue reading →
Who’s got the beat? This darling dancer, for one! (See photo.) Jen H. (Family Sponge) shares a project that’s sure to lead to a gleeful, giggly good time. My three-year-old loves music and dancing. It’s in her blood! When she … Continue reading →
Talk about bringing new life to old threads! Family Sponge‘s Jen H. shares a simple way to create your own moveable mummy. Did you know that flexible outdoor wire and scrap fabric is all it takes to make this fun, … Continue reading →
Kiwi Crate’s 1st birthday is coming up next week! To prepare for the party, our friend Jen H. from Family Sponge shares a craft on how to make festive favors. Hosting a party? These eco-friendly poppers are a sweet way … Continue reading →
Regular guest blogger Jen H. (co-creator of Family Sponge) shares how her son’s bringing a touch of handmade to Halloween. Every year, I grab shopping bags or pillowcases to use for last-minute trick-or-treating bags. Well this year, my son decided … Continue reading →
We’re thrilled to welcome guest blogger Jen H. She is the co-founder and art director of Family Sponge. Autumn in Florida is like no place I have ever lived. The weather is warm, the leaves don’t change colors, and the … Continue reading →