It’s Friday! Don’t take life too seriously! Crafts are supposed to be fun and silly. So with that in mind, I quickly made these wheat grass people. My son Kai who is obsessed with plants convinced my hubby to buy him this wheat grass plant. We don’t even have a presser. Kai keeps playing with
It’s almost Earth Day and I thought it’d be fun to make a planter project out of recycled water bottles. I have the full tutorial on momtastic.com. Basically, I painted recycled Smart Water bottles (I like them the be the best because the bottles are smooth and are easy to paint), hung them up with yarn
Years ago when I was the Lifestyle Editor for Parenting magazine, I created this oh-so-cute garland for the backyard. It’s so colorful and happy. I need to do it again. I got the idea from Tibetan prayer flags. Here is a link to parenting.com for complete instructions. Here is a quick how-to: 1: Cut canvas
I’m so obsessed with these adorable flower pots that I created using paper and Mod Podge. The green one represents my son Kai, the yellow one me and the blue my husband Alex. I think they are so fun for a spring craft. Check out a complete how to on momtastic.com.
Materials needed: Water bottles, Scissors, Acrylic Paint, Paintbrush, Yarn, Nail, Hammer, Soil and plants/seeds, Glitter, Water, Needle, Painter’s tape How to: Cut your water bottle at about the five-inch mark with scissors. 2. Wrap a piece of painter’s tape around the top part of the bottle and paint a