I know most of us are trying to cut down on disposable packaging when we send our kids off to school with packed lunches these days but sometimes packaging happens. Plastic cups, juice boxes, baggies, lids…it adds up after a while. You could recycle it at the curb OR you could save yourself a bazillion dollars at the craft store and make things with it!
by Cindy Hopper
Guess what we are making? It is really fun and yummy! The perfect way to celebrate National Ice Cream Month – ice cream made in a bag! How to make Ice Cream In a Bag For each individual you will need: * 1/2 cup milk or half and half * 1/2 teaspoon vanilla * 1 [...]
Celebrate the Fourth of July with this simple bunting made with starfruit prints. This sweet tropical fruit can simply be cut in half and used for printing, making a quick and easy kids’ project. Then the kids can eat the other half! We made our prints into a festive bunting, but you could adorn napkins, [...]
When we asked fathers last year what they wanted for Father’s Day it was clear that despite all our gift guides, it’s the cards from the kids that really stuck with them. And when rifling through our own memory boxes, it’s the bundles of handmade and funny and thoughtful cards that are lovingly tied up [...]