Category Archives: Arts & Crafts

I Love You Message Board

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Hi Friends <3 Busy week as per usual around here. The Asparagus is still popping out of the garden, making for some delicious farm to fork freshness most meals. How I missed this in the Winter! The Lilacs are blooming and smelling lovely. Our chicks are just shy of 6 weeks old now and will […]

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Handmade Children’s Mother’s Day Card

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A bit of a back story before we get into this craft…It’s funny because I know many people believe that holidays that recognize relationships such as Mother’s Day or Father’s Day and the like are just created by the greetings card industry, to well… sell, sell, sell. And in truth, I once carried a more […]

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Outdoor Number Recognition Chalk Activity

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Hi All! I really hope you’re absolutely loving this Spring weather as much as we are! So many exciting experiences to have, adventures to create and life to enjoy. This morning when we were cleaning up from breakfast, Mr A took the empty soap bottle and asked to fill it up and squirt it outside… […]

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Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs

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Having celebrated the Spring Equinox just days ago, it only feels fitting to do a post about Spring activities. Today we ushered in Spring by decorating Easter Eggs with Natural, Homemade Easter Egg dye. This process is a bit more time consuming then the more conventional approach of store bought dyes, but the results are […]

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Homemade Gluten Free Edible Paint

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We have been Gluten Free for over 3 years and I understand  the challenges that can come with making dietary transitions such as this (not to mention the financial implications that come with it) I remember my jaw almost dropping when I saw the price of Gluten Free Paints at a Natural Parenting Store. I […]

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Garden Collage Craft

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Who else is ready to get their hands in the dirt? If you’re anything like me and my little avid gardeners, you started planning your 2014 garden soon after your final Fall 2013 harvest! Being the middle of winter right now, gardening may be the furthest activity from your mind, but what better way to […]

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