Here is a lists of my posts relating to all things Mama; tutorials, cooking, sewing, home organization, and my musings about motherhood if I am so inclined!
Crafting and Gifting
DIY: Chemo Head Wraps: Using very little fabric, and very little sewing skill, you can whip up some really cute chemo head wraps. I share the wraps I made for my teen-age niece.Chemo Care Package Ideas: My 13 year old niece has cancer, and I wanted to do something to help. So I put together a box of head coverings that will fit any mood!
Gifting a STEM Kit for a Hands on Experience: I share a STEM kit I put together for my nephew. Includes direction on what to put into the kit, as well as ideas for experiments to include.
Modified Crayon Roll for Adults: Why do kids get a place to hold their writing utensils, but not us? I show you the modified crayon rolls I made for Bible marking pencils, and a student teacher's grading pens.
Easy Handprint Calendar: I made calendars for a Christmas gift using my boys' handprints. I show you how!
Tutorial: Sleeve Gloves: No More Cold Wrists: This tutorial shows how you can transform store bought mittens and 2 long-sleeve shirts into priceless gloves that will keep you kids outside for hours with toasty warm wrists.
Floor to Ceiling Shelves: I share how we've managed to do without closets or any bedroom furniture by building floor to ceiling shelving unit. It even includes a little place for me to do my hair and make up!
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies: 'nuff said. Delicious!
Resurrection Buns: An Easter Treat: I explain how to make these cool rolls that are hallow inside, just like the tomb!
Baby Food: Grains and Beans: While babies often start on rice cereal, it is really easy to make a better more nutritious to make your own. I show you to buy, organize, and prepare in bulk to feed your baby a healthy cereal diet. Good for babies 9 months and older.
Full of Beans and Grains: Here is a list of the large variety of beans and grains you can be using for your homemade baby cereal.
Baby Food: Kale Tutorial: I walk you through the steps on how to make all natural, frozen baby food cubes using Kale as my example.
It Looked Better On Pinterest: This post was featured on Bonbon Break and shows how sometimes Pinterest fails us! I include photos of what it should have been, and then the reality of it! Good for a laugh!
Wind Turbines Changing our Landscape: My musings on our changing rural landscape. This is what prompted me to do three weeks of Wind Turbine labs with my high school classes.
TY for this page. I found it by searching if I can store red cabbage indicator in plastic containers. Additionally, I am considering taking your STEM teacher course if it is still available.ReplyDelete