Fun Crafts for Kids: How to Make Salty Snow Prints

There's not a whole lot of snow here in Texas, but I'm of the mindset that if you have lemons you should make lemonade! No snow you say? That's no reason not to have a White Christmas as long as you have some salt on hand. Our Advent Art Activity for the 9th day of December was making salty snow prints. I got the idea from an amazing "friend" and fellow crafty Momma, Val from Frugal Family Fun Blog Why KSW Loves These: Nothing could be simpler to make and chances are, you have everything you need to make these hiding in your cabinets To make your own Salty Snow Prints, you'll need: Construction Paper Elmer's Glue Baking Sheet or a Box Lid Crayons or Chalk Salt First, have your kids draw images on construction paper using crayons or chalk. Next, help your kids trace … [Read more...]

Autumn Almond Bark Recipe

Hello Autumn Almond Bark Nothing says Hello to Autumn quite like a decadent, autumn inspired almond bark. Take this one for instance, it's chock full of dried cranberries, cherries, apricots, honey roasted almonds, and white raisins. You'll never believe how simple this indulgent treat was to make! My 3 year old actually helped me create this fun snack for a Mommy & Me play date. First, we microwaved a block of Almond Bark in 30 second intervals until it was nice & smooth. Then, we poured the bark onto a cookie sheet lined with wax paper. Next, we took turns drizzling all of our toppings onto the treat. {Use whatever you have lying around the pantry, anything goes here} Voila, that's it!! That's all we did. Finally, we let it cool in the fridge and then I broke the bark … [Read more...]