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Crafting Christmas Decorations -part 1

Craft for Christmas with buttons, let’s make postcards.

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photo tutorial for a twine lampshade

  I first saw this on Pinterest, but there was no link attached. I recently found a new link http://www.pinterest.com/pin/251990541624658114/ and gave it a try. The difference with the tutorial on Pinterest was that I used jute twine cord (Home Depot), and a beach ball (that was bound for the garbage bin). The other difference […]

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Happy Mother’s Day

An easy and fun craft for the kids -just cut some crayons ahead of time to avoid accidents-It’s a great way to recycle those pieces of crayons at the bottom of the craft box. You need: A frame (I found a few at Big Lots for 5$) White paper Crayons Glue Knife or For this […]

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Seussical books

In theme with this week’s craft, here is how to make some giant fake books to decorate the tables. You need: scotch tape, paper glue Empty cereal boxes Colored photocopies of the front and back of the Dr. Seuss books Lined pages 1) Tape a lined paper on 1 long side and 2 short sides […]

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Seuss Decorations

Next week, Seussical The Musical is coming to town and rocking the Poway Center for Performing Arts. On Saturday, the special tickets get to enjoy the VIP Reception, otherwise known as The Gala. Everyone is pitching to create some fun decorations for the room. Seussical rocks: Rocks from your backyard, Paints from your kids’  craft […]

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California Mission 4th Grade Project

My son has his required California mission project. All 4th graders in CA have it. Step 1: Choose one of the 21 missions and go visit. (San Diego has 2, but my son wanted to visit the San Gabriel mission, about 2 hours away north from us) step 2: Take as many pictures as you […]

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Seussical, the pre-show gala

My daughter is playing in Seussical the Musical, a musical theater piece directed by MET artistic director Alison Bretches. Due for public performance in May. I’ve volunteered in the past in diverse opportunities (backstage, lead character changer, shuttling service, etc.), including helping with setting up, serving, and cleaning at the Gala. The Gala is an […]

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Glitter Pinecones

yes, yes, i know. Christmas is over. But I already noticed a lot of pinecones on the ground and since i have a lot of competition (ants, squirrels, rollypollies, etc.) with selecting the best looking pinecones, I am already harvesting them. Besides, I’ve been using these so much as holiday hostess gifts that I need […]

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An Old Parchment…

My son came home with the project to make a page of an old diary. 16th century old. ok, then. Bring it on. First, my son wrote his narrative, changed the font to  a handwritten script like “segoe script”, and printed the page. We also gathered: a cup of strong tea (I put 3 tea […]

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