Not only is carving messy and difficult with little ones, but carved pumpkins only last a few days before they start to rot. Here are a few ways you can get in the spirit of the season without ever pulling out a knife or getting stuck elbow-deep in pumpkin innards!
Hi, my name is Meg, and I’m a Halloweenaholic. It’s that time of year when the cool breezes bring relief after months of sweating. The changing and falling leaves stir up cravings for a Tate Farms pumpkin slushie. And ALL I want to do is get crazy about Halloween. Everything about Halloween appeals to me.(…)
Nothing says “back to school” and welcomes autumn like big red and green apples! This month, my children had a blast playing with non-traditional materials to make these giant 3D painted apples. Using several shades of the same color paint is a great way to allow your little ones to mix and swirl their paints(…)
This month’s Crafting with Kids installment is all about helping your little ones make their mark – literally. Everyone knows how fun rubber stamps are, and here is an inexpensive way to take the creativity one step further by creating your own! Wooden blocks make the perfect base, and offer the ability to make six(…)
I have so many fond memories of making impromptu 4th of July crafts as a child. Much like baking cookies for Santa Claus on Christmas Eve, it was my way of passing the time until the evening celebrations started. Here is an easy art project you can do with your kids to stretch out the(…)
Hey, parents, how about a mom’s or dad’s afternoon out? You are invited to stop by the Bailey Cove Library to pick up a paintbrush and get out of your own way. Remember that sense of excitement when coloring with crayons or cutting & pasting were the best things ever? Well, that kid that you(…)