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Being from the south, I am a huge fan of DIY Snow, and make it every year for my little girl! This project is easy to do, and your kids will love it! We use this DIY Snow for craft projects, or just to play around it! It’s a great holiday sensory activity for younger kids too! I also love that it is easy enough for the kids to do all on their own! Continue reading
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In some places, Winter means dangerous driving conditions. Snow, sleet, hail, wind and icy conditions can lead to accidents, injuries and damage to your vehicle. When you hit the road this Winter, be prepared. Make sure that you put safety first. Be responsible and cautious when you are driving and be sure to follow these Driving in Snow Tips.
Always remember, no matter your destination, the most important part of any journey is your safe arrival. Put safety first at all times, especially in bad weather. When the temperature drops, and it rains or snows, the roads will become icy and can be dangerous. Follow the rules of the road and our Winter Driving in Snow Tips to keep yourself and other drivers and passengers safe.
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Wintertime can be a time of fun but some times you get stuck inside. Don’t let the snow that is piling up outside your door or the frigid temperatures take all the fun away. Grab your kids and a few bowls and get ready to make Snow Cream. Snow Cream is the perfect treat to make when you are bored or the kids just want to have fun. I am a firm believer in finding the silver lining in what is surrounding you. In this case turn the snow into a delicious treat, we love to call Snow Cream.Continue reading
Where I live we have a LOT of snow. And it just seems to keep coming. I hope we get a LOT more. We had such a drought this summer. And the snow fall started late. So we have to fit in as much fun activities in the snow as we can.
It’s really simple.Take a water bottle. Add either washable paint or food coloring, and then fill with water. You can add more or less, depending on how dark you want it.
The food coloring will wash out, but it does take a bit more washing. So the paint would be a better choice.
Go outside and just start spraying. here I wrote my daughter’s name. And then she added some yellow and the heart. She and my son had a blast doing it.Of course we are getting another 6-15 inches of snow tonight and tomorrow, so we will get to paint the snow again.
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Sharon is a Stay at home mom, who loves to craft. She started doing crafts as a young child. She started more crafting as she became a mom. She learned there was a lot of things that could be made yourself, and would last longer than store bought items. Crafting allows her to spend more time with her children. Her children are 2 and 4. They are at the age the perfect age where they enjoy making things for everyone else as well. She runs a HN Designs and has a Blog A Little Bit of Everything.