Sometimes it’s just nice to stay inside — especially in this summertime. Whether it’s due to excess heat or too much sun I look at it as a change of pace — a chance to do something different.
Colored Pasta beads is a very popular when it comes to encouraging kids in developing their fine motor skills. Aside from learning about patterns they will also be entertained with the colors and shapes.
Yes, I am rather cheap and I tend to save moolah so I dyed my own colored pasta beads using food coloring and alcohol.
You will need the following:
Scoop one cup of uncooked pasta into each of the bowls. The pasta should all be of the same type.
Add a few drops of food coloring (using a different color for each bowl) to each. Stir. Keep adding a few drops at a time until the pasta begins to change color.
Add ¾ tablespoon of rubbing alcohol and stir until evenly coated.
Transfer the colored pasta to a cookie sheet lined with wax paper (or paper towel) and let it dry overnight.
Once the pasta is dry, it’s ready to use.
Here’s some of the crafts that allows little A to to enhance his creativity.
Stringing beads to create necklace or bracelet
Digging picture samples of letter A
There are lots of ways on how you can have fun playing your DIY beads you just have to explore..
One of my most favorite things about being a mother and a wife is coming up with unique gifts for special occasions.Since Fathers Day means a lot to me. I always wanted to make sure that each year will never be the same but will always create memories.
And what better way to show your love, then with a thoughtful present…
I love compiling and putting into words the things we love about our Super Dad. This year to pay tribute to the man of my life and the best dad in the whole world I created scrapbook using old desk calendar. Yes! _ aside from socks,neckties and cards you can create your own photo book using materials you already have in your house. Recycle materials + little creativity + effort + so much love = Happy Father
When I thought of this idea I wasn’t sure whether Daddy A will really like it because he’s not the “mushy and “sentimental type of man.But I want him to know how much I appreciate his hard works for being the best Daddy to little A. I want a present that he can treasure for years and years to come.
Little A was so excited that he wake up his daddy.
Super Dad almost burst to tears while browsing our DIY photo book.He said he can’t bear the thought of little A leaving us..Awww!!!
It’s true what they say…”it’s the LITTLE things that matter most!”
Who doesn’t love a box of sweet treats every once in a while…especially if it’s customized only for our real life Superhero!
I still have time on my hands so aside from cutie little book I decided to put together this incredibly meaningful fun box.
Spoiling him with his favorite treats. Inexpensive yet elegant and romantic, right?
How about getting him Superman shirt to match with our little boy. My Superman and his sidekick -Superboy!!
Let’s SPOIL those awesome Dads of ours, shall we? Hooray! To all the fathers in the world!
Happy Fathers Day Super Dad!! I hope you like our present!!