Tissue Paper, Stained Glass Activities

Making pretend stained glass can be done any time of the year. That’s one of the biggest reasons I love this concept of creating stained glass. The child’s art can be hung & displayed, which is great for building their confidence. We have hung them in Izzy’s bedroom & our living room. In each activity…

Plant Based, Vegetable Beef-free Stew

As the weather turned from summer to fall and fall to chilly winter, I started looking for new soup/stew ideas. There is nothing like a good stew/soup after playing out in the snow with Izzy. So, typically the way I go about creating a new recipe and going on Pinterest and searching. I searched for…

Salt Snowflake Painting

We really enjoy snowflake salt painting. It’s a super fun way to bring art and science together. Another bonus, depending on how you approach this activity, it can also be considered a STEM activity. What You Need: Thick Paper (construction or watercolor paper is great) Elmers Glue Water Colors (paint) A Paint Brush Salt Step…

Izzy’s Woodland Themed Bedroom

Izzy LOVES being outside! She truly lives for it & honestly I do too. So for the days we are stuck inside I wanted to create a woodland themed room for Izzy to grow, play and sleep in. I hope you enjoy skimming through the photos and taking a peek into Izzy’s room. I linked…

Butternut Squash Gnocchi

My first time creating Gnocchi was over a year ago. I was trying to make new & fun dinners that were gluten free. This fall I decided to give my sweet potato Gnocchi recipe a twist and use butternut squash. I’ve been enjoying it so much I wanted to share the recipe with you all….