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Luke has been a huge fan of Disney Cars for a few years now. When I saw Rainy Day Mum’s Quickest Ever Salt Dough recipe and remembered I had William Sonoma’s Cars 2 cookie cutters in my kitchen drawer, I knew it was a match made in heaven that would make my son’s face light […]Continue reading
After the fun the kids and I had making Paint Swirl Christmas Ornaments, the idea struck me that we should try to make some more baubles using our new bottle of Extreme Glitter Mod Podge! Does the name “Extreme Glitter Mod Podge” get you as excited as it does me? Ok, probably not, but alas, […]Continue reading
When I taught 5th grade many moons ago, my co-teacher introduced me to a super simple way to paint Christmas ornaments that turns out very professional looking, fancy, and beautiful. The kids loved the craft project, but I have to admit I was just as enthralled with making the baubles as the kids were. This […]Continue reading
This is one of my favorite Christmas crafts we’ve ever done and it is so simple! Head over to WRAL: Go Ask Mom to check out our Lighted Christmas Tree Craft guest post!! The trees are much prettier than the photos suggest. We made them one evening and hung them in our […]Continue reading
Do you remember our Suncatcher Bats from Halloween? I searched for a piece of recycled plastic to use for making those but couldn’t find anything on hand that would work, and I ended up improvising with plastic sheets run through the laminator. They turned out darling! Well…as darling as bats can be that is!This past […]Continue reading
Last December one of our daily Advent activities with the kids was to read a devotion from The Advent Jesse Tree by Dean Meador Lambert. We made simple paper ornaments to go with each daily reading by copying and coloring the picture from each lesson. This year, I wanted to try something new. I […]Continue reading