Create these fun game day paper goods ahead of time, and party decorating will take only seconds on game day. Even better, clean up is also finished in seconds too!
Remember Chia Pets? I never had one of my own, but I remember how cool they looked in commercials during Saturday morning cartoons. It seems that they are making a comeback, and my kids started asking for their own Chia Pets recently. I thought surely we could make something similar that would be more fun and much cheaper too.
Since my kids are all about the minions, we made our own Minion Glitter Ornaments. Today we want to share the fun and easy tutorial with you. DIY Glitter Minion Ornaments are fun to make with your kids! Supplies: clear round ornaments– either glass or plastic will work. floor polish wax yellow glitter thin black ribbon bottle caps google eye sized to fit in the bottle caps black paint pen
Sometimes when we catch a cold everyone goes down at once. Other times we catch a virus and it slowly trickles through the kids, keeping the whole family stranded at home for a week or two. Talk about cabin fever and bouncing off the walls! It’s easy to resort to 24/7 television during those weeks, and I admit that’s normally what I do! But Hefty has a great craft idea
I am trying to get into the holiday spirit over here. After Thanksgiving going so well, I hoped for an easy Christmas season. But, I’m struggling. I just have no Christmas cheer. I’m trying to ‘fake it till I make it’ for the kids. On top of that Jonathan got sick last week, and we’ve not had a decent nights sleep since. One thing I’ve learned; lack of sleep makes dealing
My kids love decorating and personalizing sketchbook journals. The big girls seem to get their researching gene from me, and love nothing more than a sketchbook for each of their favorite subjects to draw and keep notes in. While my kids use these books for research and theme writing, I think these notebooks would be a wonderful craft for a child’s birthday party. With frequent craft stores sales, I was able