t and most fun art project we have done is because of the pancake art challenges on YouTube the littlest pea is obsessed!
So when she asked if we could do them, that was an easy yes we can…..She didn’t even need help with the batter…..
We used a few more colors this time (we’ve done this a couple times) and put them in ketchup and mustard bottles and a few bottles from the Dollar Tree.
Always spray the skillets …..We need an electric one like the YouTubers ….
Let the fun begin!
When you mess up make it a swimming pool…..or if your shamrock looks like a tree add apples~ And when you make the oldest pea into a pancake don’t say that the bubbles are her pimples she gets offended LOL !
We made a Pyper and her friend Kenedi who cracked up over the “Me” pancake…..
Pay no attention to background spray (our puppy has accidents 😦 )
I love the P that Phoebe made me she was pretty proud (so was I) !
Some pics from last time rainbows, Narwhals, and even the big sis helped last time !
Home without the Oldest Pea so what could the Pheebs and I get ourselves into???
~~~We made Harry Potter Wands~~~
We just Googled how to and saw SO many tutorials! All pretty great, some easy, some so detailed that it was cool to watch but a little too hard for the 9yr old. The easier tutorials were simply chop sticks, hot glue gun, and paint ….some added glitter so of course we did too~
I made the first one and had her watch told her not to touch the glue or the end because of the burn factor and then let her go. Can we just look at that sheer determination and not the unbrushed hair bahaha !
After the glue was wrapped around the chopstick she treated it like a troll
Because we didn’t want a flat side to the wand we let them dry like this in the glitter jar:
The dry pretty quickly and if you don’t like how it turned out you can peel it off and start again.
Then once they are dry you do the paint and glitter.
And one special wand for one special person.
The week we made the wands was also Teacher Appreciation Week so she made her teacher one and then made her a sweet painting to match.
We hope she liked it!
We hope you like this post and let us know if you made wands and how you did it !
This is the face I love my crazy little pea 🙂
So we had planned on biking in the park downtown, and learning about birds here:
I see it from the hearing room where I work everyday and have wanted to take the girls so they can ride without me worrying about getting hit by a car…yes I am a worrier get over it….I even bought a bike rack for the car for this day!
But instead……we did this:
movies and popcorn and slept in the living-room…..
It was a long but fun week and I wore these peas out they needed sleep (please forgive the messy house 🙂 )
I couldn’t bring myself to wake them they were awake until like 1 AM ….. plus I tired them out all week. So I let them sleep and lounge all day until it was time to go with their Dad for the night.
I’d say we had a pretty good week 🙂 Saturday when the girls came home we hit a local park and Sunday we spent the day watching Py with the OSU Women’s Volleyball team training.
We can’t wait for summer!
When I looked around all I could see was pink, yes I have two little ladies but in what rule book did it say every room they occupy needed to be pink??? So I put my mind to work what could we do to this PINK (and purple) playroom to make it fun and not so froo froo (is that a word and it so did I spell it right?)
And lets face it the playroom never stays clean and with not having a door to shut I was losing my mind cleaning it up after the girls “cleaned”.
Now bring that this is a playroom we haven’t painted the walls and won’t until our youngest is a little more grown. So I wanted to do something to sort of cover enough of the marks on the wall without full wall paper!
I wanted a fun theme and something we all would like and who doesn’t like movies right??
It was decided and therefore my next few post will be all about our playroom redo!