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This past week we came up with a new way to make handprint rainbow art! It was pretty simple and it turned out really cute! We put our newest rainbows into our art frames along with the first rainbows we ever painted, and they really do a lot to brighten up our kitchen and our […]Continue reading
This is St. Patrick’s Bath Week!!! Brought to you by Bath Activities for Kids and In Lieu of Preschool! This past week we had a leprechaun hanging out in our bathroom!! He did all sorts of tricky things to the kids’ baths, and they LOVED it. Check back all week for […]Continue reading
This is another super simple art idea to do for St. Patrick’s Day or any day — all you need is a cookie cutter, some paint, and some paper! We buy only primary colored paint (and white), so first we mixed yellow and blue to make green in a plastic lid (saved from a […]Continue reading
Here are a few last minute, easy crafts we did today. One is a repeat of an idea I already posted (because we had two little friends who hadn’t made them yet), one is a variation of something we already did (just because I like to experiment), and one is brand new! Hand-print Shamrocks:(This time […]Continue reading
I was recently asked if I would like to write an article for a simple craft or activity once or twice a month for the WRAL Go Ask Mom page. Since I love writing, and crafts at our house are…well, pretty much always simple, it was a no-brainer for me to happily accept the offer. […]Continue reading
I’m not sure how in all our arts & crafts exploration that we have neglected to paint rainbows before today, but what fun it was! Lilah’s framed rainbow Luke’s framed rainbow I modeled the painting of a very basic rainbow since we hadn’t done it before, but aside from the modeling, L&L (ages 4 […]Continue reading
I saw a pin on Pinterest a few days ago and totally fell in love! Four leaf clover hand prints! I knew we had to try it. (From the best I can tell, the pin was uploaded by this Pinterest user. Thanks, Shelly!)So, today we did. We used thick, textured, watercolor paper and Crayola finger […]Continue reading