Brown paper with names in gold sharpie.
DIY Paw prints! ll you need is 1/2 cup cornstarch, 1 cup baking soda, 3/4 cup water, a small saucepan, and a spoon.Heat the mixture over medium heat and stir constantly. Remove from the heat and let the clay cool until you can handle it comfortably. Knead it for a minute to make it really smooth. Shape. Bake at 250F (121C) for 30 minutes...longer if project is thick.
DIY Pet Paw Prints
Christmas veggie tray with easy dip recipe.
This is exactly how my parents explained Santa - and it made perfect sense as a kid. There was no let down or crying, just excitement that now that I knew, I got to help participate in the magic of Christmas for my little brothers and other families! I plan on doing the exact same for my boys when they get older.
explaining santa- when old enough
Bow made of leftover wrapping paper! Duh!! Where was this for so many years!?
Allison is a genius! : "Want to know my trick for encouraging my kids to behave this time of year? I put myself in my own contact list on my phone and labeled it “Santa Claus.” I send myself text messages and reply to myself and then delete accordingly to make it look like a conversation, then show the girls so they can read it all. So far it’s working like a charm ;) Or maybe sharing this just makes me look like a total freak, since technically I’m texting and replying to MYSELF, LOL :)"
3 blank canvases- paint, and hang letters over them with ribbon
red chargers at the dollar tree, this is adorable.
The 12 Dates of Christmas 1st Date - Pick out a tree 2nd Date - Bake holiday cookies 3rd Date - Decorate the tree 4th Date - Sleep under the lights 5th Date - Hot Chocolate star gazing 6th Date - Window Wonderland 7th Date - Festival of lights 8th Date - Driving light tour 9th Date - Movie marathon 10th Date - Fun with holiday food 11th Date - Dinner date out 12th Date - Shop for Christmas PJs
The 12 Dates of Christmas ~ 12 simple & cute "dates" to enjoy with your special someone during the bustle of the holiday season. I think the hubs & I might make these a Christmas tradition!