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May 28, 2014
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May 9, 2014
Day 5 of our 5 Ways in 5 Days Mother’s Day crafts, is printable subway art. Our moms are so many things to us. What a great way to show your mom all the things she is to you. This printable is 5×7. Just print, frame, display or give. This makes a great gift for all the mother’s in your life, and will match with any decor. Your mom will love it.
From all of us at kidSTEALS we want to wish you a Happy Mother’s Day. We hope you have a fun and safe holiday spent with family and friends.
May 8, 2014
Day 4 of our 5 Ways in 5 Days Mother’s Day crafts, is ‘All About Mom!’ Kids say the funniest things. You never know what is going to come out of their mouths. Today we have a free, questionnaire printable for you. This questionnaire is for kids to answer about their moms. The questions should help stimulate conversation and hopefully stir up some funny answers. This is such a great way to capture your child’s innocence and candidness. It’s always so funny to hear that your favorite food is pancakes, or that you weigh 60 pounds. Don’t you just love kids?
Click on the link below the image, to print out your questionnaire. You can ask your kids the questions and write for them, or let them write the answers themselves. You could also get hubby involved and do it for you. What a fun surprise. It also might even be fun to record them answering the questions out loud. Kids expressions are priceless. Such a fun keepsake for years to come.
May 7, 2014
Day 3 of our 5 Ways in 5 Days Mother’s Day crafts we are going to share with you is this custom plate idea. Kids love to color and cover the refrigerator with their art. What better way to preserve their amazing talent then to bake it into a plate that everyone can admire for years to come.
The only thing you need to make this project is permanent markers and a clean white plate. Oh, and an oven.
Have your kids color a picture on their plate. We used Bic brand permanent markers and they worked great. We loved all the different colors they offer.
Once the picture is complete put it in the oven and bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Once it’s done, turn off the oven and let it sit in there until it cools completely.
There you have it! A gift to last a lifetime. Fill the plate with your mom’s favorite treats and it’s the perfect combination of sweet and sentimental. Happy Mother’s Day to all you mom’s out there!
May 6, 2014
Day 2 of our 5 Ways in 5 Days, Mother’s Day crafts, is homemade lavender bath salt. Life is hard and stress is inevitable. Why not make mom something she can really enjoy. This easy, homemade, lavender bath salt is so relaxing and calming your mom will definitely thank you. The combination of epsom salt and sea salt reduces inflammation, decreases aches and pains and soothes tired muscles. The baking soda softens the water and alleviates skin irritation. Lavender is great for it’s healing and balancing properties. Lavender calms the nerves and aids in a more restful sleep. Don’t you just want to go take a bath right now!
This recipe for bath salt is so incredibly easy your kids can make it for you or grandma.
1 1/2 cup Epsom salt
3/4 cup Sea salt
1/4 cup Baking soda
4 drops Lavender essential oil
Food coloring (optional)
Cute jar (optional)
Small spoon (optional)
Decorative bow (optional)
Pour all the ingredients in a big bowl and stir it well. That’s it. You’re done.
Pour your finished salt into a cute jar, add a small spoon, and tie it with a fun bow. This is a perfect gift for anyone, especially Mom!
May 5, 2014
She feeds you, she bathes you, she kisses your boo-boos, she teaches you, she helps you, she loves you. Our mothers do so much for us, and it’s that time of year where we give a little back. Mother’s Day is on May 11. That is six days away! What are you getting your mom? We have a few quick and easy DIY gift ideas that your mom, grandma, aunt, sister and friend are sure to love. Best of all, you may already have most of the items around the house, so they are cheap too. Make sure you check back each day from now until Friday to find more great ideas for your mom!
Today we will show you how to make penne pasta necklaces. These pasta necklaces are so simple and cute. Most pasta necklaces are random colors and strung on yarn. These pasta statement necklaces are sure to turn heads.
Here are the things you will need.
1. Finger nail polish (the cheap stuff works great)
2. Dry penne pasta
3. Hot glue gun and glue
4. Metal chain (you could use an old necklace; this chain is from Walmart)
(Not pictured) Felt
The first thing you will want to do is sort through your pasta. All pasta is not the same size. You will want to match up pasta that is the same length. You will need six pieces of pasta for the single accent statement necklace. You will need 14 pieces of pasta for the three piece accent statement necklace; six large, and eight small.
Once you have the pieces you want, decide on a color you want to paint them and paint away. We found when we were painting that it was helpful to hold a tooth pick and slide the pasta down it to paint. This was less messy. (We figured this out after the picture.)
Let your pasta dry completely. Once dry, lay your pasta on a piece of matching or coordinating felt. Trace around your pasta to get a good shape for you statement piece, and cut out the felt. Measure out the length of metal chain you will want. Attach your chain to your felt with hot glue. Then begin attaching your penne pasta in rows to make your shape. That is all it takes. So easy!! Once the necklace was completely assembled, we touched up a few spots with more nail polish, just for fun.
These necklaces are so hip and stylish, any mom would love them. They barely look like pasta at all. They are so fun and easy to make; even a five-year-old can do it. Make some for your mom today!
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