Don’t throw out those old t-shirts! Instead of tossing clothing you no longer need you can make the most of them by repurposing old t-shirts and create something new. Whether they are worn out or just not serving any purpose to you anymore you can still get plenty of use of your old t-shirts. If you have hopped on the Marie Kondo Tidying Up bandwagon and find yourself with a stack of t-shirts not quite fit to donate these ideas will help you put them to use.
Do your kids love building toys, science, or crafts? This Klutz Maker Lab DIY Cannon kit is under $25 and loads of fun for kids ages 8 and up! Kids will explore physics while constructing a moveable, air-powered cannon then fire away at the included targets inside the activity kit. Nate and L had a blast (pun intended) making this fun STEM project – check out all the details below!
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Klutz Maker Lab DIY Cannon Kit
Yesterday, I shared my exclusive interview with Jim Cummings, the voice of Winnie the Pooh and Tigger. While at the Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden we also had the chance to attend a special fall flower arrangement class being held by Flower Duet, a sister duo of event florists. This was such a fun class! Below I’m sharing the steps to create your own DIY fall flowers, including a video tutorial!
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Fall Flower Arrangement Tutorial Inspired by Disney’s Christopher Robin
Are you looking for a weekend craft or holiday activity to keep the kids busy? This 3 ingredient Glitter Slime Recipe will be a big hit! It’s really simple and a lot of fun to create. Follow these fool-proof steps to make glitter slime!
DIY Glitter Slime
We’ve spent all summer long sharing our favorite slime recipes, and this one is just as fun to create! It’s a perfect after-school project or weekend DIY to do with the kids. I know making slime can look intimidating, but it only requires three ingredients so it’s actually a really simple craft project. Here’s how to make Neon Slime!