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Crochet Bath Scrubbies for Tub Time

+-*Ready for a super simple crochet project that you can do in a flash? How about crocheting a few bath time scrubbies! If you’ve been crocheting for a little while now, you could probably crochet one of these scrubbies in… Continue Reading →

31 Pie Recipes to Celebrate Pi Day

+-*Yay, National Pi Day is coming up on March 14! But wait, there’s even more to celebrate this year! Not only is National Pi Day on 3/14 of every year, this year is EXTRA special adding the year 2015 to the… Continue Reading →

See-Through Bookmarks with Transparencies

+-*We just can’t have enough bookmarks in this house! Everyone is reading multiple books at one time, plus there are encyclopedia pages to mark and recipes to tag. On a whim, I picked up a pack of transparency film for… Continue Reading →

Mint Oreo Cookie Smoothies

+-*Every time St. Patrick’s Day comes around, we’re always thinking of GREEN things we can make! And even though this smoothie turns brown when you blend it, it’s made with our favorite green minty OREOs!! This is a quick drink you… Continue Reading →

Coffee Filter Flower Bouquet

+-*We had a blast with our rainbow marker & coffee filter science experiment. But now that we have all these beautifully colored filters, we needed to make them into something fun. We crafted them into a colorful bouquet for spring!… Continue Reading →

Kids in the Kitchen: GREEN Fruit Salad & Skewers

+-*Fruit salad is a staple side dish and snack in our house, and we whipped up a big bowl of green fruit salad to welcome in the month of March. This would be a perfect side dish for a St…. Continue Reading →

Rainbow Loom Band Pencil Toppers

+-*These cute little pom poms made from Rainbow Loom bands are the perfect little toppers for your pencils! The rainbow colored pom pom is my favorite, but it’s fun to mix and match the colors too! Stack on the toppers… Continue Reading →

Green Smoothie Guessing Game

+-*Our whole family loves a good green smoothie! My kids are really great at drinking these up and always wanting more. But to make it even more fun to drink these green colored drinks, we play a little game –… Continue Reading →

Make Your Own Homemade Bubble Bath

+-*My girls are always begging to have a bubble bath, begging! But every time we use commercial bubble bath from the store, it irritates their skin. Not good, especially with a child who has eczema. So I’ve been making our own homemade… Continue Reading →

Rainbow Marker Coffee Filter Experiment

+-*We’re using coffee filters and markers to make amazing tie-dye rainbow colors! Markers, coffee filters, and water – that simple! It’s such a fun color experiment with kids, my girls were going gaga for it! Now we have all sorts of beautiful colored coffee filters… Continue Reading →

Exploring Our 5 Senses: Touch

+-*Making Textured Finger Paints My girls haven’t finger painted in years, and even they couldn’t resist trying out these textured finger paints. Adding simple household items like flour, rice, and oats to washable paint creates interesting textures to touch and… Continue Reading →

How to Make a DIY Reed Diffuser

+-*We’ve been loving our reed diffuser jars that are filling our house with all the good smells! I’ve placed these fragrant air fresheners around the house to help keep it smelling fresh and fragrant! We chose to add lavender essential oil drops… Continue Reading →

Arugula Salad with Bacon Vinaigrette

+-*This salad has been one of my favorites to make this winter. It’s fresh, filling, and has so much great flavor. Add some cheese, nuts, and a bacon vinaigrette and you’re set for lunch! I’ve loved arugula for a long time… Continue Reading →

35+ Frozen Birthday Party Ideas

+-*Raise your hand if your kids are pretty much obsessed with the movie Frozen! It has take the world by storm hasn’t it? What sounds more fun than a Frozen themed birthday party for your kids? I’ve gathered up 35+… Continue Reading →

Exploring Our 5 Senses: Taste

+-*We’re continuing with our Exploring Our 5 Senses series and today it’s all about taste! When my girls were small, I started setting up simple taste tests to encourage them to try new foods and flavors. Since taste tests are… Continue Reading →

Valentine’s Friendship Necklaces

+-*We’re making sweet Valentine’s Friendship Necklaces for our class Valentines. My girls are enjoying making each one unique for their friends! With only a few supplies, you can easily make these last minute for a non-candy Valentine gift! They are too… Continue Reading →

13 Make-Ahead Mason Jar Salads

+-*I really struggle with what to eat for lunch. It’s an odd time of day. I don’t want to cook a big meal, I’m not feeling like leftovers, and I don’t want to eat off my kids plates… I’m trying to… Continue Reading →

Hanging Pipe Cleaner Hearts

+-*Pipe cleaners are just begging to be made into hearts! There are so many fun things you can do with them. We’re attaching them to string and hanging them all over the house for Valentine’s Day decor! These hearts are… Continue Reading →

DIY Washi Tape Computer Cord

+-*With the bazillions of cords you have in your house, ok, that’s a bit of an exaggeration, you might need a way to find a specific one in the crowd of plugs, and quick! In comes a sneaky and stylish way to make your… Continue Reading →

Thumbprint LOVE Bug Cards

+-*My kids love to get their fingers stamped with ink! We’ve made other fun holiday thumbprint cards before, Halloween and Christmas, and now we’re having a blast making cute little LOVE bug cards for Valentine’s day! These are perfect for a last minute… Continue Reading →

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