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Crafty Kids: Pinecone Santa

Growing up, my mom’s family always had the tradition of making gifts for extended family for Christmas.  That way, everyone didn’t have to buy presents for all of the aunts, uncles, cousins, second cousins, etc. – but we could still give each other a little something. One year, my mom and I made these for [...]

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Crafty Kids: Meet the Dubiens

Have you ever  fallen into the rabbit-hole that is the Internet, only to stumble upon one of the most fun websites?  I did a few weeks ago and have been totally sucked into looking at every post. Meet the Dubiens is a great blog, run by a mother of two.  She loves trying new recipes [...]

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Crafty Kids: Homemade Play Dough

Crafty Kids: Homemade Play Dough

As the summer days get hotter, and the appeal of the sprinkler and pool start to depreciate, some indoor play-time might be needed.  I found this amazing tutorial on the blog An Art Nest on how to make your own homemade play dough.  It’s a super easy step-by-step process that she maps out here.  I won’t repeat [...]

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Crafty Kids: Letter Bean Bags

For this little 10-step craft – I wanted it to be a bit educational but also something that could be played with indoors or outdoors. There are a lot of games you can make up with bean bags. For example: Make masking tape “zones” on the floor and assign different points to each area or [...]

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Crafty Kids: Naturally Dyed Eggs

When I was little, we spent the Saturday night before Easter crafting all of our egg-masterpieces.  We would use crayons, markers, rubberbands, stickers – you name it, we tried to put it on an egg.  Then, in they went, dunked into the little tea cups of brightly saturated liquid.  It always turned into a warm-hearted [...]

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Crafty Kids: Egg Hunt Bag

Spring has definitely sprung down in Atlanta, and with Easter coming a little later this year, I can imagine all the fun egg hunts that are being planned!  I used to love love love hunting for eggs, especially the prized golden egg, that usually contained one, whole, dollar bill.  I never found it – but we [...]

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