We've just started celebrating St. Patrick's Day in our home. Usually the kids celebrate at daycare or school and they love it.
This time, I thought it would be fun to surprise them and with a little Irish spirit at home, as well. I started with this green shake and asked them to name the flavor. Since the color is green (you'd think mint, right?), they had trouble recognizing the yummy banana flavor at first. They still loved it and I enjoyed celebrating with them.
If you're looking for a nutrient packed gluten-free breakfast, look no further! This breakfast tostada has a variety of green beans, tomatoes, onion and a spicy kick of jalapeño. It will become your favorite breakfast of choice. Place it all atop a baked corn tostada and you've got yourself a delicious hearty breakfast or brunch meal.
I love to add colorful accents to my patio, any way I can. This is one of my favorite projects from days back - mini-flowerpots for mini-lights! I now make them for friends and family and now I'll share the process with you!
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String art letters are fun project for both adults and kids to make. Use trendy colors to turn this retro craft into modern, geometric art with limitless possibilities!
I used pins and thread in a small piece of round birch wood. But if you're working with kids, bigger is better. Larger letters and the use of brads instead of pins will help keep little ones from getting frustrated. And for both kids and adults, sans serif fonts (such as Helvetica or Arial) are the easiest to work with.