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These arrows are so easy to make! They could be a great activity to do on Valentine's day with the kids! And you only need a few materials:
pink or red paper straws (as many as you want)
colored feathers (you'll need 2 for each arrow)
paper hearts made out of cardstock (i used pink and red)
hot glue gun
1. Glue one paper heart to one end of the straw with a small sot of hot glue.
2. Grab one of the feather, and glue it to the oposite end of the straw. I inserted it in the hole and waited a few seconds to let it dry properly.
3. Repeat with the second feather. You may use different colors (i did!) at they look so cute!
4. Voila! You have created the perfect cupid arrow.
5. Repeat steps 1-3 to create as many arrows as you want.
Water is essential for us to stay healthy and for our bodies to function properly, but sometimes, plain old water can be boring, especially for the little ones. One way I spice things a little bit is by making flavored water at home… it’s so refreshing and a fun way to drink your H2O without [...]
Thanksgiving is definitely one of the happiest times of the year to share with friends and family. But it is also loaded with lots of calories, so we found this easy-to-make idea for dessert, everyone will love and enjoy making, especially kids! Happy Healthy Wednesday!Semi-homemade Turkey MuffinsWhat you need: Pumpkin muffinsRed appleGreen appleSliver of carrotSqueezable icing—eyesDirections:From [...]
Halloween is around the corner. Here are some awesome halloween crafts for kids to make! Find pumpkins, ghosts, bats, spiders, and more!Paper Plate PumpkinPaper Plate Spider WebPaint Chips Halloween FacesToilet Rolls Bat BuddiesPaper Plate DraculaPuffy Cotton GhostsQ-Tip SkeletonsPaper Candy CornsMonster CupsStyrofoam Spiders
As a mom of a picky eater, I used to get desperate and anxious when it was time to feed my son, especially when he was 2 years old. After trying different recipes, types of food, plates, and different places around my home to feed him, with barely any luck, I realized I needed to develop [...]
Today for Healthy Wednesday we are featuring this delicious recipe we found via lifeloveliz.com. These Banana Split Bites are super healthy dessert, full of fruity flavor, and fun to make together with the kids!BANANA SPLIT BITESINGREDIENTS3 Bananas1/4 lb Cored Pineapple6 Strawberries1 cup Dipping Chocolate1/4 cup Chopped Peanuts12 Popsicle Sticks (or skewers)DIRECTIONSCut strawberries in half.For each strawberry [...]
Summer is almost here, and the kiddos will be getting involved in lots of fun activities in the sun! Here are our favorite picks for Summer Camp Essentials:1 - Personalized LabelsDesigned especially for kids heading to day camp! This combination pack of UV resistant, Spark & Spark's waterproof labels have everything needed to avoid mix-ups and [...]
Memorial day is coming, so here’s our favorite kid-friendly recipes to enjoy along with some much-needed fun in the sun!Chicken-Pineapple Skewers via Food NetworkMini Pork Cheeseburgers via Food NetworkFestive Patriotic Skittles Bark via Hello WonderfulMini Fruit Pizzas via Foodie FunStrawberry-Watermelon Popsicles via One Lovely Life
One question I’ve always had, especially when my son was younger, is how much water or fluids was he suppose to have per day. I always heard that the amount varies based on their age, but was never sure what was appropriate because my son was true picky eater.After lots of research and a lot [...]
When it comes to snacking, we know it is tempting and easier to offer our kids a store-bought snack. But it is worth to take the extra time to prep a healthier snack at home. There are tons of yummy and easy-to-make recipes, so today, since it is Healthy Wednesday, we will share our favorite [...]