Sparkly Star Craft for Toddlers - Toddler Approved
We just started up a co-op preschool with a few friends. There are four kids in the group (including my 3-year-old) that are between 2-3 years old. I am hosting each week during December. Last week we did Christmas tree themed activities and this week we focused on the Christmas Story and a star theme.Continue Reading
Handprint Ornament for Baby's First Christmas - I Can Teach My Child!
This sweet handprint ornament for baby's first christmas is the perfect way to commemorate the special day! A super simple keepsake for years to come!
Reindeer Thumbprint Ornaments - Mom vs the Boys
Try these fun and personalized Reindeer Thumbprint Ornaments for the holidays. They are perfect for family gifts to grandparents.
Origami tutorial to teach you fold snowflakes, there are three methods to teach you in detail how to make beautiful snowflakes, the three snowflake patterns are not the same, very nice and quickly found a piece of paper to find the scissors followed by learning it!
Christmas Bulletin Board FREEBIE!
Click HERE to find it in my tpt store! Hi All! My Easy Reindeer bulletin board is COMPLETE! Once I made and laminated the Reind...
How to Make Bottle Cap Snowmen
Wipe all caps down with rubbing alcohol to remove oils, beer, pop, etc. You can also heat you caps and remove the rubber ring on the inside. I didn't know how to do this until after this.
Pile of Poo (Illustrated)
When it comes to taking proper care of crap and ensuring communities stay clean and healthy; Oxfam is top of the heap. This Unwrapped gift supports Oxfam’s Livelihoods fund – providing items like Bio-fill toilets. These toilets collect manure to fertilize vegetable gardens where soils are weak. These gardens produce more vegetables, allowing families to have a healthier diet and earn a little extra cash by bringing their crops to market. That’s some innovative crap right there!
Tea Light Snowman Ornaments
These tea light snowman ornaments are really easy to make and they look ADORABLE! Who would have thought you could make such a cute Christmas ornament just by using dollar store tea lights?! When you turn on the tea light the 'flame' becomes the snowman's carrot nose! Talk about adorable! The full tutorial is on the next page! My mom never let us burn candles when we were growing up - at least, not unless it was a holiday, and they were sitting on the dining room table fully attended while…