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My Bit of Earth: Mom Purse for the Win

My Bit of Earth: Mom Purse for the Win

7 Days of Imaginative Play from Pickle Bums guest posting on Rainy Day Mum

7 Days of Imaginative Play

Tired of school papers and child artwork all over the place? Here's a great new system for organizing your kids school papers from their toddler years through twelfth grade! What a great keepsake to pass on to your kids too!

Stacks of School Papers Piling Up Everywhere? Here's How to Organize Those Papers for Good!

Tired of school papers and child artwork all over the place? Here's a great new system for organizing your kids school papers from their toddler years through twelfth grade! What a great keepsake to pass on to your kids too!

Craft a beach mandala - enjoy quiet meditation, crafting, pattern and shape - a great way to enjoy quiet time in nature with your child or preschooler {from @craftingconnect}

Crafting with Nature - Beach Mandala

Craft a beach mandala - enjoy quiet meditation, crafting, pattern and shape - a great way to enjoy quiet time in nature with your child or preschooler {from @craftingconnect}

Stamp Glue:    1 packet gelatin    2 Tbsp boiling water    2 Tbsp cool water    1/2 tsp honey    1/2 tsp almond, vanilla, or mint extract (whatever you’ve got.)    Dissolve the gelatin in the boiling water, then add cool water, honey and flavoring.    Brush the glue on the back of your stamps.  Once it dries you’re ready to lick and stick.  The gelatin will firm up after a little while but heating it up will liquify it again.

Stamp Glue: 1 packet gelatin 2 Tbsp boiling water 2 Tbsp cool water 1/2 tsp honey 1/2 tsp almond, vanilla, or mint extract (whatever you’ve got.) Dissolve the gelatin in the boiling water, then add cool water, honey and flavoring. Brush the glue on the back of your stamps. Once it dries you’re ready to lick and stick. The gelatin will firm up after a little while but heating it up will liquify it again.

When stacking firewood my husband always chants, “warms you twice,” with a smile. Obviously firewood heats you while it’s burned, but he’s also talking abo

When stacking firewood my husband always chants, “warms you twice,” with a smile. Obviously firewood heats you while it’s burned, but he’s also talking abo

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