Potato stamps are the perfect shape to make Easter egg prints onto kitchen tea towels. This is a fun craft that kids love to help make, and the results are fun, modern and practical. Enjoy!
If you love taking pictures and shopping, I have the craft for you! Recycled gift card magnet frames! Shop away and when you gift card is used up, cut it up and make a mini-magnet frame to show off your photos.
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When I was a kid, Saint Patrick’s Day seemed nothing short of magical. After all, what other holiday conjures up images of Irish sprites that dance jigs until their shoes wear out and hide gold coins in pots at the ends of rainbows? But it wasn’t just the promise of being granted three wishes if I happened to lay eyes on a leprechaun that charmed me. It was the whole package — parades and shamrocks, corned beef and cabbage, and the idea of donning something bright green, Irish or not — that I looked forward to, and still do. So, in the spirit of the Emerald Isle’s national holiday, I’m extending the magic with this ear-resistible Saint Paddy’s Day treat. Erin go bragh.
Jambalaya is a delicious dish that blends meat, seafood, rice and vegetables into one gorgeous, versatile dish. This recipe can be made in your slow-cooker and is easy to customize to suit the taste buds of your whole family. Traditionally, spicy andouille sausage is used for this dish. If you choose andouille, be aware that the spices from the sausage will steep into the flavor and make for a spicier meal! My kids prefer kielbasa or smoked sausage. But that versatility is the thing I love about jambalaya! You can take or leave any of the meats and seafood in this dish. The combination of chicken, sausage and shrimp is tasty, but you can mix-and-match them to suit your family's taste buds. However, if you want an authentic New Orleans flavor, don't omit any of the ingredients that make...
Decorate your door with a beautiful rainbow wreath made from tissue paper flowers. It's the perfect craft to do with the family right before St. Patrick's Day.
Celebrate Popcorn Lover's Day on March 14th with homemade popcorn on a stick. Dip them in chocolate, add sprinkles, or eat them up just as they are.