We are always looking to find new ways to dye our Easter Eggs and this one is on my list this year!  Bet they will smell great too!

KOOL-AID Tie-Dye Easter Eggs

2 env.  (0.13 to 0.16 oz. each) KOOL-AID Unsweetened Drink Mix, any red color (try Cherry, Black Cherry, Strawberry or Tropical Punch flavor)
2 env.  (0.14 oz. to 0.15 oz. each) KOOL-AID Unsweetened Drink Mix, any orange color (try Orange, Mango or Peach Mango flavor)
2 env.  (0.13 oz. to 0.23 oz. each) KOOL-AID Unsweetened Drink Mix, any yellow or green color (try Lemonade, Piña or Lemon-Lime flavor)
2 env.  (0.22 oz. each) KOOL-AID Unsweetened Drink Mix, any blue color (try Mixed Berry or Ice Blue Raspberry Lemonade flavor)
1/2 cup  water, divided
1-1/2 doz.  hard-cooked eggs, cooled
MIX contents of 2 (same-flavored) KOOL-AID envelopes with 2 Tbsp. water in 6- to 8-oz. container; stir to dissolve drink mixes. Repeat in 3 separate containers with remaining KOOL-AID envelopes.
PLACE eggs on cooling rack in sink; rinse eggs with tap water.
SPOON KOOL-AID mixtures, 1 at a time, over wet eggs to create tie-dye patterns. Repeat with remaining eggs.
POUR a little tap water over each egg to set colors. Use tongs to transfer eggs to paper towel-covered baking sheet to dry. Rinse sink immediately as needed.

Colin hat

Did you know that Dr. Seuss’s birthday is March 2nd?  What a fun way to celebrate by making a hat that matches his!  This great craft idea comes from BabbaCo.com!  Super easy and you only need a few supplies.

Dr. Seuss Hat from BabbaCo.com


  • Large White
  • Construction Paper  (used an 11 inch by 17 inch piece)  (You can use a smaller sheet but just might have to tape the pieces together like we did!)
  • Red Construction Paper (8.5 inch by 11 inch is fine) or you can have your kiddo’s color the red stripes
  • Tape or glue stick
  • Scissors

Visit BabbaCo.com for the directions with pictures!

Image Credit: BabbaCo.com

Image Credit: Babbaco.com


I do not know about you, but I think Nintendo DS games are extremely small and super easy for a 5 year old to loose.  I can not tell you how many games have missing for a bit.  We have tried all sorts of storage including cases that are sold in stores but do not seem to do the job.  The other day while shopping at Walmart (or any craft store) I found this plastic storage box back int he craft area.

There were several options and sizes and I chose the one that will only house games.   This storage box only cost $3.00!!  They had another that was the same size priced at $5.00 that you could make your own compartments.  That one was neat because you could make a compartment to hold the DS it’s self.  I allowed Colin to pick some stickers and I picked up a $1.00 pack of labels in which I wrote the name of the game.  The labels are a good help for us to remember what games we have!  Colin is starting to read so he knows where to put the games back.. We only allow one game out at a time.

For around $5.00 that includes the box, stickers and labels… Easy Nintendo DS Game Storage!


Head on over to 4 Crazy Kings and learn step by step how to make these cute Black Paper Bats. These seem very easy to make for those who are not as crafty as they would like to be. Supplies: Black Paper, Scissors, Circle Template (bowl, cup or plate…), Glue, Decorations for the eyes and mouth. We used googly eyes but you do not have to.

Visit A Girl’s Gotta Knit to learn how to make these super cute Trash Bag Ghosts! These are great since they are made with plastic and will be weather proof! Supplies: Trash Bag, Scissors, Needle and Thread, Black Sharpie, and something to stuff the head of the ghost (newspaper, magazine).

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October is here, and I thought it would be fun to share some Free printable Halloween Lunch Box Notes from around the web! With each just download and print. On my printer I set the quality to Fast Draft…still look great but with out using all my ink!

The first set (pictured above) comes from It’s Written on the Wall. It’s Written on the Wall has 24 great lunch notes plus a bonus everyday 12 lunch box notes all for FREE. To grab these (which they are too cute) you will need to like It’s Written on The Wall’s Facebook page and either send them a Facebook message or leave a comment with your email address. You will be sent the download link.

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Looking to make some cute little Halloween art with your kids?  Check out this cute idea I found on Handprint and Footprint Art.


Paint-White, Brown, Yellow & Black

Paper-Black & Green

Paint Brush


1. Trace your child’s hand and arm, then paint it to look like a leafless tree.

2. Traced a circle shape for the moon using a small glass.

3.  The footprints were made on green construction paper which you then cut out and glued in place.

4. The mouth is a black thumbprint and the eyes are black fingerprints.


Are you looking for a cute way to share Halloween treats with someone special? I saw this idea on another blog and thought I would share! It’s called “You’ve Been Boo-ed!!“. What you do is visit You’ve Been Boo-ed! website and print the cute little note above. Fill a bag or cute container with Halloween Goodies (include the note)… You then visit the recipiant and ring their door bell and RUUUUUNNNN! They open the door and all they see is the treats!

I want to do this for a few of our friends but their houses take a bit to get to them since they have big front lawns. We have never been Boo-ed but I am sure my son would love it! Have you been Boo-ed??? Or have you Boo-ed anyone?

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