(Disclaimer this post is mainly to spark my memory for future use)
A few months ago the munchkins and I created a few cards to give as a gift for a family friend. It was a fun way to spend an afternoon with everyone creative things together. Here they are :)
3 Cheers for the Red, White and Blue!
In our neck of the woods we are busy making plans for the 4th of July! Family, fireworks, BBQ’s and FUN!
Today I am sharing a quick dessert idea we made last year. It was festive, fun and a crowd pleaser!
Red, White and Blue Rice Krispie Treats
To create you make 3 batches of Rice Krispie treats. The first layer you want to die blue with food coloring (warning it does take quite a bit! I used my gel food colorings).
Smoosh it down into a 9×13 pan. Next is white I simply made up this layer just like normal and then smooched it on top of the blue layer. Last but not least came the red. Again (Lots of food coloring pink just won’t do!) Squish it on top of the other two layers. Let cool and voila a fun festive treat!
Rice Krispie Treat Recipe (from the cereal box)
- 3 TBSP butter
- 4 cups Jet puffed marshmallows
- 6 cups Rice Krispie Cereal
- Melt butter in large saucepan
- Add marshmallows and stir to coat with butter. Keep stirring until mixture is completely melted
- Remove from heat and stir in Rice Krispie’s until evenly coated
- Using a buttered spatula pour mixture into a 9×13 sized pan coated with cooking spray.
- Let cool then cut and serve
Come back Thursday for another fun festive treat. Firework cookies!
Last week was Thumper’s last day of school this year. Naturally I waited until the last possible moment to come up with a small thank you gift for his teachers. In case anyone is in the same boat I thought I would share our quick and easy idea here.
We quickly made up a batch of caramel popcorn. Picked a cello bag to put it in and attached a cheesy note:
Here is the note : (Fingers crossed I did this large enough you click on the picture and print your own if you want!)
Thanks for taking the time to check in! Have a wonderful day!
Ready for a fun little science project? This is quick and easy and sure to entertain for a little while :)
- Small box of raisins
- 1 can of soda pop (Clear is easiest to see the raisins in)
- clear glass
- Pour Soda Pop into glass
- Add Raisins
- Watch them Dance!
Keeping it real disclaimer: We may or may not have kept our raisins in the cupboard for a year resulting in them being SUPER hard. As a hypothesis to see if the shape of the glass makes a difference we transferred everything to a different cup.
It did appear to work better. Further testing will need to be conducted to see if fresher raisins will yield more dancing. Look for a follow up coming in the SUMMER for Science 2015!
Today I thought I would pop in quick and show off a few of the things I was working on last week when nothing new appeared. (My computer time went to working on a project for my mom) She is in charge of a BIG family service project where several churches in her area get together and go out and serve the community. I was asked to edit a few of their posters for this years event.
I should note I did not create the originals I simply worked on resizing, editing text and swapping out pictures to keep the posters up to date. Here is a small sample of some of what I did:
The universe cooperated we had SNOW
I finally finished another Christmas project
(remember we are going with better late than NEVER) ;)
Purplicous was SO excited to put her new boot cuff’s to good use. (Me too!)
To create them I used a free crochet pattern found at Loops of Lavender the pattern was super easy to read and work up! When I first found the pattern I fell in love with the little bow in the back and knew a little girl who would love it too!