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Fun with Resin! Letters with Mica Powders

Posted by Ashley Connell on

Fun with Resin! Letters with Mica Powders

  If you’re from the south, you know how trendy monograms are! From purses to polos and everything in  between..there’s a monogram or letter with their initials. You know who else loves their initials? Teenagers! We’ll admit, it’s fun to smack your first initial on your favorite notebook or wallet. There’s a  sense of ownership and a bit of whimsy!   With that said, are you ready to jump on the monogram/initial bandwagon? We have the perfect DIY for you! Colorful letter keychains can run $25+ at a department store or boutique. But, with some resin and our Ultra Fine Mica...

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Too Cute To Eat DIY Donut Bath Bombs

Posted by Elizabeth Berg on

Too Cute To Eat DIY Donut Bath Bombs

Today’s DIY project requires a pretty big disclaimer warning. Because, although they look and smell absolutely delicious, these donut bath bombs are not for consumption! Traditional, spherical bath bombs definitely do the trick...but they’re just not as fun! These donut bath bombs are a super fun DIY project, and double as sweet gifts for your gal pals, teens or tweens. Oftentimes, we steer away from buying bath bombs because of the potential chemicals and harmful dyes included; especially with kids’ sensitive skin. Yet, the great thing about a DIY like this is you know exactly what your bathtime donuts are...

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Summertime Paper Kite Craft for Kids

Posted by Elizabeth Berg on

Summertime Paper Kite Craft for Kids
Although many of our favorite warm-weather activities are canceled this year, we’re making a point to keep our summer fun-filled! And what’s more fun and magical than flying a kite?

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Beyond Storage - Ways to use Art Trays

Posted by Elizabeth Berg on

Beyond Storage - Ways to use Art Trays
As parents, we’re always hoping to encourage creativity (which tends to get messy), while keeping things manageable for ourselves and our sanity. Because, yes, a dried pasta noodle party in the kitchen would result in cute, strung necklaces and a lot of great fine motor practice. But, it would be a huge mess that we don’t have time/want to clean up!

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Fun Ways to Display Your Child's Artwork

Posted by Elizabeth Berg on

Fun Ways to Display Your Child's Artwork

  The next time that you hang your child’s artwork to the fridge, ask yourself what that means. Maybe you’re just appeasing your child or just filling up fridge space; but you’re also encouraging creativity in major ways! Displaying your kiddo’s creations shows support in their work, helps make memories and builds confidence. It’s a big deal! Not only is it adorable, but displaying your kid’s artwork puts the biggest smile on their face...and that’s what we call a win-win! Outside of magnets on the fridge, there are plenty of other (cute) opportunities for you to show off your little one’s creativity....

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