Who’s excited for Easter?! Easter and Christmas are usually the two holidays I do gifts for kids for. I’m excited that my daughter is old enough to do some Easter activities this year now that shes over one year old. So we took a trip to our favorite store for craft supplies, Dollar Tree, and created a fun Easter sensory bin. If your child is younger you can easily switch this over to a sensory bag and still have fun.

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This post is inspired by my grandparents. Whenever we went to visit you would see little love notes that they would leave for each other all over the house. (#relationshipgoals).¬†This can be a great practice any time of year for Anniversaries, birthdays, or if you’re relationship just needs a pick me up. But Valentine’s Day is an especially great time to do a 14 day love challenge.

Miss having a February 1st start date?

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Valentine’s Day is coming and I was trying to think up a cute idea for a card for my daughter to give to my husband. She’s only one so she can’t exactly do arts and crafts just yet. So I came up with this fun idea to make a Valentine’s Day handprint card from her to him. Check out the directions below.

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What you need:

  • Paint –

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Looking for a fun new item to add to your Christmas, holiday, or winter baking repertoire?! These snowmen are so fun to make and pretty easy to make as well. Make them yourself or use as a fun project for the kids.

What you’ll need:

1 box of Rice Krispies or similar cereal

1 bag of mini marshmallows

1 stick of butter

1/2 bag of semi-sweet or dark chocolate chips

1/2 bag of white chocolate chips

1-2 packs of sour strips or fruit roll ups

1 bag of rolos

A few toothpicks

Parchment paper

Optional:

12-15 cellophane bags

1 bag of coconut flakes

I was able to make 12 snowmen,

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Today I compared two different recipes for edible finger paint for kids to see which works best. The recipes are simple and are made from things you probably already have in your cupboard. Check out my results below! I hope you have some fun, edible, playtime with your little one!

Flour based

To make a flour based edible paint you’ll need:

Put the water and salt on the stove to heat.

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