Toontastic is a fun app from Launchpad Toys where you can create your own cartoon. My brothers and sisters and I have had so much fun making cartoons with our own voices and creating stories. WARNING! Toontastic is a free app but it requires in-app purchases. There are $0.99 purchases you can make OR you can get the all access pass for $9.99 (we got
Here’s how to make a Kool-Aid Jammer duct tape wallet: Save two Kool-Aid Jammer juice pouches. Rinse and dry them. Find a roll of patterned duct tape. Match two pouches of Kool-Aid jammers together. Duct tape them together, leaving one side open. You’re done!! Enjoy your wallet! Happy wallet, bracelet and bow making! I’ll be back with a Kool-Aid Jammer purse. ~The middle child of
I’m back for another duct tape tutorial! One afternoon, I searched on Google for how to make a duct tape purse. I found a link to the duck tape brand duct tape tutorial. So I watched the video and this is what I made. Take a look at the inside! Didn’t it turn out pretty? You can use your favorite pattern or color of duct
This lesson is narrated by Middle Girl. Both Nana and Middle Girl took the photos for this tutorial… This is a little different from our usual chalk pastels! Last weekend Nana surprised my younger sister and I with an acrylic paint lesson! She spent a little time explaining to us about the paints, brushes and the importance of LISTENING! We decided that we would paint
Above is a cartoon version of the amazing accident we experienced yesterday. It really was a crisis at the time. A traumatic Thursday. My motherhood and faith were tested in several ways. Here’s Middle Girl with her part of the story… I was in little brother’s room playing with him after lunch. I was playing with a wiffle ball, tossing it around. And it landed
Hello. Some of my mama’s friends on Facebook saw a picture of my big stack of duck tape. And they wondered what I did with all of it. So, today, I’m going to tell you what I do with it. And I’ll do it with a video tutorial. I make everything with the duck tape brand duct tape. Scroll down to see the video. You
One Friday night, Nana and I made candy cane candlestick holders. She found this neat project on The Mother Huddle. What you will need: a pack of 20 candy canes hot glue gun (Nana did this part) ribbon candles First we hot glued the candy canes to a candle. Then we made sure they were on good. After that we tied a bow on it.
I think this has to be my favorite Pinterest find yet! I showed it to Middle Girl and she took off with it. We got a few pieces of poster board and she got out the markers, scissors and tape. How much does a piece of poster board cost? A dollar? Maybe $1.50. Plus the cost of an afternoon of fun making it! Cheap and