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Blast off, and learn colors!

Learn about colors in a fun creative way! We created some little color rockets.  Materials needed to create your rockets  popsicle sticks craft paper  crayons   glue pencil/pen scissors You can either draw your own rocket and cut them out, or you can use a template.  I went ahead and drew the rockets.   We also added some glitter. Color each rocket a different color and label. Now blast off and learn about the different colors.

Life lately..

We finally had a down pour of rain the other day here in Colorado. (Something we all wanted to see) With the rain we had some hail, and some flooding. (It wasn't too bad).  Lately I have been taking our daughter to some of the summer programs at our local library.  The other day was Dino days, so she created a dinosaur mask, and a little puppet. :) My flowers in my front flowerbed are doing great. My mini rose bush has bloomed with some lovely pink roses.  The other day we spotted a few tomatoes in our vegetable garden.  I just recently connected with family I had lost contact with for a while, and it feels nice to start over again. My husband just recently went through our kitchen and wrote "I love you" on an egg in the egg carton, and a banana on the counter. (He does the cutest things!) :) I am so thankful for each day I wake to a new day filled with love, laughter, and happiness. Life lately has been wonderful to me. ~Stephanie

Red, white, and Blue-4th of July decorations.

We love craft time in our home. Today we made some 4th of July decorations, using just a few materials.  Materials needed: -Toilet paper roll/ paper towel roll -Glue -Glitter -Star stencil *optional -String -Craft paper -paint -crayons/markers I started off with tracing and cutting out a few stars, and then my daughter painted each star.  We used some crayons to color on some craft paper. After we applied some glue to the back side of the construction paper and covered the toilet paper rolls. We also added some glitter to each decoration. Then we glued on the stars. Simple, and very easy! Last just add some string. All done! :) We will probably hang these out in the back porch. Enjoy~ Pin for later


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