No Non-cents Nanna

Practical tips and advice for a family friendly lifestyle


Confessions of Re-creater: Critter Caps Kids Love!

No Non-cents Nanna is enjoying re-creating baseball caps into dinosaurs and other Critter Caps of the fun kind.

Please note: all No Non-cents Nanna blog posts are in process of being eidited due to closing of Heart Felt Play Son line.

I admit:

  • I was nervous about hot gluing the felt triangles and googly eyes onto the centers of the baseball caps. *Even nimble fingers can get burned. OUCH! The snaggle teeth were a piece of cake, though.
  • I was inspired with the courage to hot glue by a number of Pins on PInterest, but I did my own thing as far as design.
  • Yes, you can DIY yourself for much cheaper than I will charge at local Colorado Springs events and on my Heart Felt Play Store on Shopify, **but do you have the time? 

*If you are thinking about kids making this as a craft: I will discourage use of the hot glue gun. In years past I have gotten a few nasty burns with hot glue by dumb accident. Choose another media like paper or foam that regular glue can be used. READ MORE


Silly Socks Take over Heart Felt Play Store Overnight

Pretend dinosaur legs

Pretend dinosaur legs Just the imagination of No Non-cents Nanna’s head as colorful adult womens socks were shortened to fit kids feet and spikes were sewn into dinosaur spines.

In the early morning hours silly pairs of  dinosaur socks appeared on the catalog of Heart Felt Play Store. Was it by magic? No, it was the Shopify’s  technology used by Heart Felt Play Store.

Silly socks will be POPPIN-up at Colorado Springs events in JULY.

Heart Felt Play Store Closed

during relocation until July 4, 2017

Sorry for the inconvenience!

Love socks! Get inpired by following Socks or one lonely sock on my Pinterest board.

Sock History according to Nanna

In days of old when No Non-cents Nanna was young, socks were used to keep feet warm and protect our heels from blistering in our shoes. When a well worn sock got a hole in the heel we might make a sock puppet with one and dust the dresser with the other one. READ MORE