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Kid-Friendly Craft: Thanksgiving Turkey Place Card Holders

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Thanksgiving—When I think of Thanksgiving Day, I imagine being with all of my family around the dinner table. My kids love setting the table and making sure that everyone knows exactly where they are going to sit. One way to make it less confusing is to make a…

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Showing Gratitude: Gratitude Jar Craft

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November is a great month to focus on the things we are grateful for. I love teaching my children about gratitude, because it helps them to focus less on themselves and more on others. Gratitude Jar A gratitude jar is a perfect way to help us get into the spirit…

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Fall Crafts: 5 Homemade Projects to Celebrate the Fall Season

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Fall Crafts—Sweaters, boots, jeans, pumpkin-filled treats, oranges, reds, leaves, apples, cider...all of these items have one thing in common: Fall. The first day of Fall was this past Friday. Can you believe it? I don't know about you but it feels like yesteday we were just heading into…

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Edible Crafts: How To Make Halloween Cake Pops

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Edible Crafts—I have yet to find a child who doesn't enjoy craft time and who doesn't like a yummy treat?  Why not combine them! Halloween crafts don't have to end at pumpkin carving. Have you heard of cake pops? When I saw a sale ad at a nearby…

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Decor and Costumes: Eco-Friendly Halloween Crafts and Projects

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Halloween—BOO! It’s time to sharpen your carving knives and get ready for pumpkins, costumes and treats—Halloween is here! Each year, about 36 million trick-or-treaters hit the streets. This year, let’s pledge to add green to our orange and black, and give our usual Halloween preparations and activities an eco-friendly

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Craft Project: How To Make Halloween Luminaries

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Halloween Craft—Halloween luminaries are a simple, inexpensive way to make your driveway and walkway more festive for trick-or-treaters. It also provides extra light as guests make their way to your front door. Here we'll explore two different options – classic paper bag luminaries and unique jar luminaries. How To

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