The bugs, especially mosquitoes, are terrible this time of year. I love spending time outdoors, having picnics, relaxing on the patio…but I am not a fan of insects ;flying into my food or around my head or getting bug bites.
DISCLAIMER: This Easter Egg Slime project is messy!! But… It’s so worth it. When it comes to playing holiday games (an Easter egg hunt, for instance), I know how difficult it can be to get the bigger kids to
In my house we love Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. I was eating one recently and noticed it looked quite like a basket! These cute, miniature, edible Easter basket treats are the result. What You Need Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups
We love frozen yogurt in our house, even more than ice cream (and it’s better for you!) Here is a fun froyo Easter treat that you can make–Frozen Yogurt Easter Egg Pops! What You Need: drill lollipop sticks plastic Easter
Pasta is a huge staple in my house. Homemade pasta is my favorite so I decided to make some homemade ravioli! I wanted to make my ravioli fun and unique so I made cookie cutter shapes! See my Three Cheese
I had some extra-scented dryer sheets and wanted to come up with a secondary purpose for them besides just laundry. Since fabric softener sheets have a nice smell to them, often floral, I decided they would be great re-purposed as scented
This yogurt cup planter is a great project for kids. Use this as an opportunity to teach your children about growing and caring for vegetables, photosynthesis, repurposing, saving money, eating healthy and subduing God’s earth. Here’s what to