While I’ve been making skin care products like lip balms and body butter for a while, soap making has been one thing I haven’t had the courage to tackle. To be honest I’ve been terrified because it’s out of my comfort zone…and I didn’t know what in the hell I was doing. Read More
A few years ago, the most creative of my 3 boys stated that wanted to be an autumn tree for Halloween. Really, kid? REALLY??? I was stumped. (Ha!) After some brainstorming I came up with a great and easy way to make his Halloween wish come true – the boy would be a tree.
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I did this little project recently with my daughter, the little humingbird. We had so much fun playing with the rainbow slime. I put it on a magnetic board so it wasn’t too messy, and it kept for about 4 days in a Ziplock bag. Have fun!
What you’ll need:
1 1/2 cups Elmer’s Clear Glue
1 1/2 cups of liquid starch (I used STA-FLO)
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We were so inspired by Elle Davis’s Cloud Dough craft post yesterday, that we found ourselves doing a little pinterest research (fine, we were on there for a while). During the school year, mornings and afternoons can turn into a crazy, stressful blur. Crafting is a great way to unwind, catch up, and bond with your kids over the weekend. Here, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to bring you some creative and easy crafts. So, bust out the juice boxes (apple for the kids and wine for you) and get crafty. Read More
Cloud dough is a great sensory activity for preschool kids. It is moldable and feels silky smooth, so get out those sand toys. I made it late at night and ended up spending a good 20 minutes playing with it by myself…
It’s so much fun and smells great. Not only that, it’s not Read More