Tie Dye with Food Coloring

Can You Tie Dye with Food Coloring? Tie dying with food color is a safe way to dye bandanas, tops and shirts that does not cause any harm to your body. This is the reason why you can involve kids in the process without the need of stringent supervision. However, it may not necessarily hold on to clothes as it is not permanent like the other types of dyes. Nonetheless, you can have immense fun while doing it and at {Read More}

How to Make Homemade Glow Sticks

A couple of months left before the Halloween preparations begin in full swing, and the children seem to be more excited about donning bizarre costume and accessories. Often seen in most Sci-Fi movies, glow sticks are great for adding spookiness to night time events. Although there is chemistry behind the creation, I suggest, you do not let the children handle the project. Read on to know the steps involved.

DIY Glow in the Dark Bubbles

Make Halloween and wedding send-offs memorable by making your own glow in the dark bubbles. The instructions help you make them safely at home without having to burn a hole in your pocket. Forget the commercial bubble guns and foggers. Just a simple glow bubble solution does the trick with ease.

How to Make Air Dry Clay

We have tried to consolidate a few easy air dry clay tutorials so that you can unleash the sculptor in you in the best DIY way possible.

How to Make Your Own Glitter Glue: A Myriad of Ideas

I remember the fun I had during a summer outing in my childhood when I learned making sparkly, shimmery glue with glitters. The old pics I stumbled across some months back reminded me of the entire thrilling experience, so much so that I have made up my mind to do this same activity with my kiddos this summer. From the bits and pieces my memory could retain along with some help from the net, I managed to shape up this {Read More}

How to Make Snow Paint

Although most of us wait all summer eagerly for the snowfall, the children miss out on some exciting outdoor activities and end up getting bored at home. Facing the same dilemma last winter, I came up with the idea of adding a pop of colors to the sparkling white snow carpet in my backyard. And you would be astonished how it was accomplished using a couple of kitchen ingredients.

How to Make a Tie Dye Onesie: A Fun DIY Tutorial

When my best friend was to have her first baby boy, the onus of hosting her baby shower party was on me. The food arrangements were done, the decoration plans were made, but I couldn’t come up with any exciting activities for the guests. Finally, after much thinking, me and my girl pals decided to get everyone tie dye a bunch of white infant onesies in the backyard of her house. Everyone present enjoyed the activity and just couldn’t stop playing with {Read More}

How to Make Glow in the Dark Chalks

If there is one hobby that children love, then it has to be scribbling anywhere and everywhere with colorful chalks. A big fan of glow in the dark wall decals, I came up with an idea of infusing some shine into chalks and gift them to my nephews. So I called them home and together we three began molding glowing chalks.

How to Make Edible Peanut Butter Playdough

When it’s summer, I make it a point to indulge my children in various craft activities to let their creative juices flow. The other day I came across an interesting way to make an edible playdough with peanut butter. There are various recipes to make the no-bake playdough, but I am sharing my favorite one here.

Buddy the Elf Quotes – Free Printables

I’ve created some fun little printable “Buddy the Elf” quotes for Christmas that I hope will make your office (or home) sort of a merry place to be. Nothing too serious or candy-cane sappy here, my friendo. These Christmas printables are all about the festive jollies. 🙂 Speaking of Christmas and merry and candy-canes, if you’re all about making some last minute gifts, I’ve got you covered. Still need to grab some outstanding Christmas bargains (because the plastic is almost {Read More}