Kool-Aid Jammer Duct Tape Wallet

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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 […]

Spring Discoveries in Our Backyard

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I asked my mother if I could use her camera to take some pictures outside. This is what I found: Flowers Trees and Seeds Clouds and Sky Anoles Siblings I had a really fun time finding nature in our backyard. Thank you Handbook of Nature Study! See you next time!

Duct Tape Bow Tutorial

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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 […]

Candy-labra: Candy Cane Candle Holder

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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 […]

What is a Sea Turtle’s Life Cycle? – Fourth Grader


I wanted to learn more about sea turtles ever since we went to the beach. There was a sea turtle nest right in front of where we were staying. We thought it might even hatch while we were there but it didn’t. For my science project, I watched all kinds of awesome YouTube videos – […]

Melted Cheese


I learned how to eat this yummy snack when I couldn’t eat wheat. I’m glad I can have gluten now. But I still LOVE this! Nana said she used to have it for breakfast when she was a little girl. I eat it for breakfast sometimes. But mostly for an afternoon snack. : Melted Cheese […]

Homemade Pickles: Cooking Fun


Got cucumbers? Nana did! She was given a whole bunch of cucumbers. And guess what we did? We made pickles from the Duggar family recipe like we have done before. It goes like this. We rinsed the cucumbers. We got to rinse the jars. We unwrapped the garlic. I loved the way it smelled. Nana […]

Backyard Beauties


I borrowed my mother’s camera. In our backyard, my sister and I found…blue morning glory dandelion mimosa seed pod insects on mimosa. Bumblebee and… ladybug My sister with all the flowers she found. My maple tree. It was planted when I was born. Mimosa buds and leaves. grass mimosa flower a leaf something had chewed […]

Microwave SunButter® Fudge

Microwave SunButter Fudge

We needed a SunButter treat. So my Mama and I looked at the SunButter site. We picked SunButter Fudge because we had all the ingredients. And guess what? We decided to make it in the microwave!! The recipe said to make it in a sauce pan. Here’s what we did: It was really easy! Mama […]

Because of His Great Love


Two years ago today, the week after Bible school, this story… “Y’all go outside and play!” Who knew those words would get these two sisters together for a backyard, swing-set salvation! This goes to show that you never know what the Lord has in store. Right smack dab in the middle of pre-supper craziness a […]

Story of the Sandwiches


My Nana and I packed lunches for the people that needed them. She found out that there are children that are hungry through MUST ministries. One night I spent the night with Nana. We: made the paper lunch bags special by decorating them with crayons made sandwiches, 30 to be exact put in fruit snacks, […]

The Sunbutter® box boy


Every month we order Sunbutter and we are always VERY Excited to get our order!!! Especially youngest boy! He is always excited because he loves Sunbutter AND he loves rolling his cars on the box the Sunbutter comes in! And, we have Sunbutter sandwiches. I made them for lunch today. I even made Youngest Boy […]