Strawberry banana yogurt pops. I didn't make Popsicles but instead filled ice cube trays half way and froze. Then I defrost one at a time for my toddler to use as a dip for her French toast instead of syrup. She LOVES it! Once I buy some Popsicle molds I'll try this recipe that way too. Tasty for moms and kids alike!
Homemade no-cook playdough! Add a package of jello with the other ingredients for color. You could use food coloring instead, but I rarely make jello and have a lot of it sitting around, so I used that. Use a LOT of flour to knead it—maybe another two cups, even. Or maybe I'm doing it wrong . . .
Maybe instead of buying expensive cups, I can make some custom ones with cups from the dollar store and sharpies. I'll never have to worry about them not matching my kitchen, BC I can always make more! And they'll have sentimental value.
Directions for SUPER CUTE tote bags.... I must make these this summer. Maybe a swim one. And I've been meaning to make a library bag. Maybe I'll actually get around to it now that I have some instructions.
This fun centerpiece is easy to make. Use a squash instead of a melon if you like. Consider using a locally-grown squash and pear, and locally-produced cheese. Kids love the cheese and grape skewers for pre-meal snacks!