Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Go here to check out some blog candy. Lori is selling her new Loribelle purses - they are very unique and she will work with you if you would like to see something in a different fabric. Check out her esty store here.
Friday, November 13, 2009
I took some time that I needed and now I feel that its time to start getting back into the swing of posting, doing challengs and just enjoying my hobby again.
I do have a picture of some of the things we made for the girls Halloween party
In this photo we did Slime Packets, Candy Bar wrappers and witches hats!
The witch hat idea came from here! We also got the candy bar wrapper idea on SCS, here is the link. At the party the kids did a slime pit relay - when they were all done I made them each a bag with the directions on the back for each kid to make their own slime at home. Here are the directions for the slime:
You will need cornstarch, water, food coloring and buckets.
Prepare the slime by mixing one part water (tinted with a few drops of food coloring) to four parts cornstarch. Begin by rolling the ingredients around in a bucket; you'll find it easier than stirring the stuff. The slime is ready when it looks like a liquid but has a thick, smooth consistency that changes to ooze when touched. You might have to mix it with your hands for a minute before it's just right or add a little water if it's too dry. It's best to try out a small batch before the party so you can see how it works and estimate how much you'll need. Pour the slime into a cauldron (a bucket or bowl) for each team. You'll need two additional empty bowls for each team, as well.
Then we split the kids up into 2 groups and they ran back and forth to fill their pumpkins with slime.
I have posted pictures from the party along with others of the kids here.