I have seen pictures of finger paint trees using what looked like finger prints for the leaves of the tree and a hand as the trunk.  I didn’t  go to a site to read how to.  I just went of the image’s I had seen.  What you need: finger paints

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When I saw this idea I loved it.  Put food coloring & water in ice cube tray and freeze.  How simple is that.  Having  a 3yr and an 11 mo old that I bath at the same time it is hard to add fun stuff for both of them. 

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  A few years ago my oldest, then a toddler, wanted to make a paper box.  We had been working on scissor skills and had lots of cut up paper.  He wanted to add it to a bin and play in it with his trucks.  I loved that he

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Apple Cars fun kid snack idea!   How fun to turn some fruit into a car.  Easy and fun snacks are a hit over here at my house.  Apples happen to be a favorite fruit too.  I could not wait to see the boy’s faces when they saw their Car Apple Snack!

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I was looking at Martha Stewart’s website and came across this Bunny envelopes craft, how cute!  I decide this would be a great idea to use for my son’s Easter party at his preschool.  We could give these out to his classmates. They are easy to make and so

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Easter Egg Wreath I saw this wreath on pinterest several times, different pic’s and thought let’s try it.  I will give this site (cindis.blogspot.com)credit it’s the one I read.  What you need:  2 pc of cardboard.  I had an old box that I used., 5-6 bags of eggs, hot

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I saw a mustache themed party picture and they had mustache straws.  How much fun would that be to do with my son, just for a laugh.  I love to find simple ways to make our days extra special. These Fun Drinking Straws would work for some extra fun

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We love Oreos over here.  They are one of my husband’s favorite treats.  When a friend brought me and the kids some Oreo balls to try, I knew he would love them.  Of course the gifted ones did not make it until daddy got home so I set out

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My son loved Ponyo by this directer.  So when he saw the preview for Totoro he had to have it too.  I came across a site that gives you directions on how to make a Totoro out of a sock.  I made this for my son for Valentin’s day and gave

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We love exploring sensory activities at my house.  The calm down jar, or sensory jar, was a fun way to do this.  We first made our calm down sensory jar in 2012.  Recently we decided to make a new one.  What better than to add a few cars to

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I found this while searching online for Easter crafts for us to make and thought big brother will love this.  He will get to use his new scissors.  I was so wrong!  Even though he finished the craft he had no interest in it.  He had gotten a new

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I saw something similar to this at  parenting.com and decided to make it my way.  The bunny Can Craft is easy and so cute in the end.  Great decoration to put up for the kids during Easter.                                  

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 I had seen a picture of rolo brownie bites.  Looked like they baked them in muffin pan.  I didn’t want to use a muffin pan.  I used a 13X9 in. pan.What you need: Rolos(I had left overs from st Patrick’s day.  I used them as gold for the st.

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Mustache “bombing”   I saw a pin on pinterest for “eye bombing”  they took googly eye and glued them in random place in their town (for ex.  a pc of fruit had eye on it).  So I have been on this “mustache craze” lately.  I know, I know so going with

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