First up, my 4th of July icy drink
(Sugar free by the way)
1-2 packets Sweet-N-Low if you want it sweeter
Blend in blender!
I made this up when I was 18
(I am the original maker upper of this recipe)
(old picture from years past)
I found this picture somewhere on the internet, isn't it cute?
I have 4 girls
Do you think ANY ONE of them will let me do this to their hair?
Onto easy crafts
Now, remember if I'm showing it, it's easy.
You know that, right?
(Idea found HERE)
You have straws and rubber bands, don't you?
Some red and blue paint
OK, some turned out better than others
Yes, she's still only 4 and yes, she has now lost her top 2 teeth!!
Now onto easy finger painted flags
This particular one looks like the power is coming out of her fingers
(I think that is what she intended, til I told her to add another stripe)
What's a stripe?
Oh, those lines I covered up....
We did Tees this year!
I got this idea
They were really really really easy, promise!
Just remember to put something inside your tees so the paint doesn't bleed through to the back
(I use old plastic placemats)
Such a cute and fun idea!
The website showed using stencils for other seasons too
I think we will do pumpkins for Halloween and Christmas trees for Christmas!!
But then, people will wonder why my kids are wearing dotty shirts all the time.
We also made a Captain America tie dye shirt for my oldest son
and now Tom wants one!
It turned out AWESOME!
(See how HERE)
I'll show the finished products another day
after I catch my
very busy 2 year old....oh, my it's been a busy busy summer so far....
We'll be at the parade tomorrow,
if you are local, look for my unicyclist!!
(this was last week's parade)
And some of my other kiddos will be walking with the Pro-Life Kids Club
HAPPY 4TH OF JULY!!!