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Snakes in the desert. Craft for little ones

Snakes In The Desert I may have been missing Arizona and the desert life when I came up with this craft for my daughter. She seemed to enjoy it and it was a quick craft to do together. Materials needed: TP roll Paper plate Paint/paint brushes Scissors A few rocks Craft eyes Glue I started off by cutting the TP roll. Then using my scissors I wrapped and pulled the TP roll.  This causes it to create a spiral shape and curl. This is what you want to do to create the snake's body.  Next, paint each one and allow it to dry. Once it is dry, glue on your craft eyes.  I took a paper plate and cut out the center and we used brown paint to paint it. After allowing that to dry, we then glued on our snakes.  I used some leftover TP rolls and made a cactus for our desert.   Grab a few rocks from outside and set it up so that it looks as though your snakes are in the desert. You're all done! I hope you enjoyed this craft. Feel fr

Crafts from the past.

  1. Coffee-inspired art 2.  Diy paper tea bags 3.  The love jar 4.  Diy spring sewing pin cushion       1.  Molding clay 2.  Cute colorful clothespin caterpillar 3.  Baking cup flower craft 4.  Diy paint/beaded sun catchers

Bonding Together.

“cozy+smell of pancakes-alarm clock=weekend” ― Amy Krouse Rosenthal   The smell of rain lingers, hello morning sunlight it's so nice to see you.  There is joy and laughter among us. Once again I am at peace. :) Weekends are spent bonding, and creating new memories as a family. We get to set aside our busy schedules we have during the week, kick back, and just enjoy each other's company more. This weekend the weather was cool. It rained, and I took out my oil burner. Our home was filled with the aroma of apple spice. (This is when I realized, I am pretty excited for autumn to arrive). What season do you enjoy the most? I'm torn between autumn, and  spring.        Exploring with beads.           My daughter and I enjoyed creating art. This can even be done on ceramic plates. We used two of our ceramic coffee cups. Taking permanent markers, just create your art. After pre-heat your oven to 350, and bake for 30 minutes. As far as i


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