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Category Archives: Crafts
We recently had a neighborhood Music Camp at our house and used the Math Machine as a Music Machine and made flashcards that review basic music symbols and notes. It was a craft that took a good amount of prep, … Continue reading
Want a weed-free lawn? Use this tip to rid your grass of dandelions WHILE bonding with your kids. Continue reading
I feel like I’ve been the Grinch of all holidays lately. I wish I did more to celebrate New Year’s, Valentine’s Day, President’s Day, Groundhog Day…even my birthday. But I didn’t have the energy. However, when I saw this idea … Continue reading
I wanted to give several little girls a Valentine that didn’t involve sugar, but that they would like (which ruled out my sugarless prune brownies–I didn’t even like those. Don’t search for the post, you won’t find it). I found … Continue reading
A tradition our family has at Christmas is to light an oil lamp, with olive oil in it, similar to what we imagine they would have had in Christ’s time. We put it on our table for our Christmas Eve … Continue reading
We all know that kids learn by mess and play. But trying to convince ME that “mess is best” in my kitchen is a bit trickier…3 ways to keep glue, paint, and glittery craft supplies clean while the little ones explore. Continue reading
Consider this DYI Backpack Tag as an alternative to writing your child’s name on the backpack with a permanent marker. Continue reading
I miss the charm of days of yore. You know, the days when etiquette was taught in schools, where good manners were paramount, where people took the time to write thank-you cards for just about everything. I always intend to … Continue reading