I love making snacks that are healthy… Isn’t it funny that the cuter a snack the more likely your kids are to eat it. This one is so easy and really a lot of fun! We make a fruit rainbow each year for St. Patrick’s Day, but it would also be fun for a rainbow party or quite frankly for any gathering or family dinner you have planned :). No directions needed (that’s the best kind of craft)…
March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’ Birthday! This is one of my favorite days to celebrate! Here are some fun things we’ve done in the past…
What’s a party without some fun snacks! Here are a few quick and easy treats to make for the big birthday bash :). DR. SEUSS SNACKS LINK
This Thing One and Thing Two craft is still hanging up in our play room, it’s one of my favorites! Here is the link to the directions: THING 1 & THING 2 CRAFT
We love to make Green Eggs and Ham for one of our meals on March 2nd! Here’s How we’ve done this in the past… GREEN EGGS AND HAM LINK
This One Fish Two Fish craft was made easily using paper plates and paint… Here is the link… ONE FISH TWO FISH RED FISH BLUE FISH
This morning we had a fun little photo shoot with our fun little love bug! Thank You Ben Dodds Photography! This mom of boys could not resist the Chevron Leg Warmers!!! Her smile is contagious and we hope it brightens your day as much as it does ours!!!
Happy Valentine’s Day from our house to yours! XOXO.
These hearts are so much fun to make, it’s almost like doing a science experiment and craft all in one. You really can make any shape, size, etc.. so don’t limit yourself to hearts! You’ll need Borax (which is a cleaning agent found in the laundry area of your local walmart, target, etc..), boiling water, mason jars, string, and popsicle sticks. Here are the directions:
Living in Colorado brings a fun excitement around the Super Bowl this year! This is an excitement I have not really experienced being a Vikings fan! My boys are so excited so we decided to do an easy craft to kick off Super Bowl weekend! Of course Shaeffer is cheering for the Seahawks (opposite in all he does), but the rest of us are showing our Bronco pride! It’s bound to be a great game and we are excited to watch it tomorrow!
To make this craft you simply need construction paper, glue and a marker… There is no right or wrong way to make them, so just cut out some rectangles, round the edges, glue them together and TADA! We accordion folded the arms and legs and drew our own footballs! We also printed out some team logos to glue on! So easy! Enjoy the game!!!