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Category Archives: Kiddo Crafts

Fall Bucket List

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Summer is quickly coming to a close. Kids are headed back to school, the temperatures are starting to drop (except you, Florida friends – I see you!), and pumpkin spice everything is showing up everywhere! We try to pack in as much as we can for fall, it’s such a fun time of year and it’s not too hot or cold to be outside. I thought I’d put together a fun little bucket list!

  1. Have a bonfire.
  2. Go to a pumpkin patch.
  3. Watch a football game.
  4. Drink a pumpkin spice latte.
  5. Make s’mores over an open flame.
  6. Open all the windows and enjoy the fresh fall air.
  7. Go Trick or Treating.
  8. Watch It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.
  9. Go on a hay ride.
  10. Carve a pumpkin with family.
  11. Take a nature walk.
  12. Jump in a leaf pile.
  13. Make a list of things you’re thankful for.
  14. Snuggle your loved ones a lot.
  15. Light a fall candle.
  16. Make caramel apples.
  17. Sip hot apple cider.
  18. Do fall crafts.
  19. Decorate your house for fall.
  20. Watch the Macy’s Day Parade.
  21. Eat turkey.
  22. Walk through a corn maze.
  23. Do something kind for someone else.
  24. Make bird feeders.
  25. Make a handprint turkey.
  26. Bake a pie.
  27. Make a leaf rubbing.
  28. Plant mums or put mums on your porch.
  29. Go apple picking.
  30. Bake fall sugar cookies.

Hopefully this gave you some fun ideas to do this fall! I’ve included a printable version of the Fall Bucket List so you can print it out and check them off as you go! Enjoy time with friends and family and remember to always be thankful! 🙂

Super Fun Holiday Bucket List

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It’s that time of year where things get busy and if you’re like me maybe you get so busy that you forget to go visit Santa. *face palm* We realized last year on Christmas Eve that we totally forgot. Not this year! This year I created a Holiday Bucket List and each day we DisplayImage2.ashxhave something fun to do! Here are some ideas for you:

  1. Visit Santa
  2. Sing Christmas carols
  3. Be a part of a Christmas gift exchange
  4. Decorate a Christmas tree
  5. Do something kind for someone
  6. Read ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas
  7. Decorate Christmas cookies
  8. Drive around and look at Christmas lights
  9. Watch Christmas movies
  10. Build a snowman
  11. Write a letter to Santa
  12. Do Christmas crafts
  13. Donate toys to someone in need
  14. Build a gingerbread house
  15. Go to a Christmas party
  16. Make snowflakes, paper chains or string popcorn and cranberries
  17. Read about the birth of Jesus
  18. Go Christmas shopping
  19. Be generous
  20. Wrap presents
  21. Drink hot chocolate
  22. Kiss someone under the mistletoe
  23. Read Christmas books
  24. Wear an ugly Christmas sweater
  25. Have a snowball fight
  26. Mail Christmas cards
  27. Take a carriage ride
  28. Celebrate Advent (possibly by eating candy everyday)
  29. Decorate your house
  30. Enjoy time with loved ones


Do one of them, half of them or all of them. These are just some ideas to help remember how fun and light this season can be in the midst of the stress and chaos. Remember that
making memories and being generous is more important than receiving or giving gifts. And remember the true meaning of this season – that sweet little baby boy who was born in a manger and changed the world.

Happy Holidays, everyone!

Simple Easter Crafts

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With Easter just a week away (how did that happen?!), I thought I’d share a couple of projects we made today. We had so much fun! Messy, messy fun!

Moon Sand

2 cups flour
¼ cup baby oil or vegetable oil – I used vegetable oil
Food coloring if you’d like. Must be oil based or powder.

Add the food coloring to the vegetable oil and mix well otherwise you’ll be wearing it on your hands like I did. Oops! Add vegetable oil to flour and mix until it feels like sand. Add more flour or oil as needed until you reach desired consistency. Voila! Moon sand!

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Washi Tape Easter Egg

Construction paper or cardstock cut into the shape of an egg
Washi tape

Cut strips of tape for your kiddo and let them go to town! Easy peasy! And so cute!

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Happy Easter!