Rainbow Foods That Will Blow Your Mind

From breakfast to dinner and from snacks to dessert, these rainbow foods will blow your mind. Seriously. Who would have thought of some of these? These bakers and cooks are so talented and creative to have made such a wide variety of rainbow foods! There's even such a variety of rainbow foods that you can find ones that are super healthy all the way to utterly decadent. Take your pick! 1/Rainbow Cake with delicious rainbow layers- Blog Resipi 2/Rainbow Noodles - These look unusual but kids would love the rainbow colors - Tablespoon via Gimme Some Oven 3/Rainbow Salad in a Mason Jar - Eat Spin Run Repeat 4/Rainbow Pizza with Healthy Foods - Tablespoon via Bev Cooks 5/Rainbow Pudding for Pretty Side Dish - Blissfully Domestic 6/Rainbow Ruffle Cake - i am baker 7/Rainbow Sandwich for … [Read more...]

Leprechaun Chocolate Bark

It's magically delicious! This chocolate bark recipe is such a great way for the kids to get creative in the kitchen and decorate some homemade leprechaun inspired candy. Or how fun would it be to quickly whip this leprechaun chocolate bark and pack it in your kids lunches? I know I'd be excited to have this for a little treat on St. Patrick's Day! Simply round up your favorite white and green sprinkles and decorate to your liking. You can even throw on some edible star sprinkles to make it extra magical! The bark also keeps well at room temperature, even though it probably won't last long because it's so delicious! Happy St. Patrick's Day! I hope it's magically filled with chocolate! Leprechaun Chocolate Bark Ingredients 2 cups 60% Ghirardelli chocolate chips 1/4 … [Read more...]

Holiday Style – Sequin Showstoppers

My favorite part of the holidays? The glitz and glam and opportunity to wear sequin and sparkle in the name of holiday cheer. This year, I'm particularly smitten with gold sequin. Sequin Skirts A sequin skirt is on my must-have list this holiday season. Pair with a classic white button down or black turtle neck for a formal dinner, or a jean shirt or jacket for a more casual affair. Don't limit your sequin skirt to holidays - it can be brought out throughout the year for cocktail parties or a girl's night out.         Sequin Cardigans Cardigans are my all time, must have wardrobe staple. I love to layer and mix colors and textures, and what better way to do that than with a sparkly cardigan for the holidays? You can choose to go all out with gold … [Read more...]

Stained Glass Easter Egg Craft

Easter is just around the corner, get in the spirit with this Stained Glass Easter Egg craft. This craft is fun for toddlers on up. Plus, you won't have dozens of eggs to eat when you are done. Supplies Egg pattern (download the PDF pattern) White or ivory cardstock, 8.5 x 11 Tissue paper in multiple colors (pinks, blues, yellows and greens work best) Scissors Glue stick Optional: glitter Optional: laminating paper Hole puncher Ribbon Assemble Cut the tissue paper into multiple shapes. Rectangle, squares, triangles, circles, ovals, etc. They don't have to be perfect. Make both large and small shapes. Print out the egg pattern on the white or ivory cardstock paper. Have your child glue the pieces of tissue paper onto the egg with the glue stick. They can glue as … [Read more...]

Paper Bag Gingerbread Garland

With just a brown grocery bag and some crayons, you and your kids can create this sweet garland of paper-doll-style gingerbread boys & girls. Supplies: brown grocery bag (or a roll of brown craft paper) crayons, markers, etc. for decorating - we found that construction paper crayons worked great Open your paper bag flat and cut into strips. Accordion-fold each strip, making the folds the width you want your gingerbread people to be. Draw or trace a gingerbread shape onto the top of the folded strip (we used a cookie cutter for tracing.) With some good scissors, cut around the shape (this is a grown-up job!). Remember not to cut any parts that are on the folded sides, in this case the ends of the arms and legs. Unfold and see the long string of gingerbread people holding … [Read more...]

Halloween Blocks – DIY Holiday Home Decor

You will need: a 2x4 wooden board, about 2 feet long for 5 letters; black craft paint; Mod Podge; 2 foam paint brushes; black letters to spell your Halloween word of choice; several patterns of Halloween scrapbooking paper; embellishments and ribbon After you have cut your wooden board into random lengths (these range from 4 1/2 inches to 2 inches), paint the entire block black. Trace your blocks onto the Halloween scrapbooking paper and cut out. These letters were made using a Cricut machine. Or you can use any other black paper letters. Mod Podge only the backside of the paper and stick it to the front of the block. If you are applying any embellishments to your letters, attach the embellishment to the letter first, then Mod Podge the back of your letters. Or you can use … [Read more...]