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03
May

cute snack idea: frozen yogurt shapes

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I’ve seen this idea all over the internet, and I had to share it with you guys in case you haven’t seen it yet. If you follow me on instagram, you may have already seen this picture. This is a pic of a snack my kiddos enjoyed a couple weeks ago. You can pour yogurt into silicone ice cube molds and freeze them. When they are completely frozen, the shapes will pop right out. They make great little bite-sized frozen yogurt treats for kiddos! You can make them in any shape mold you can find, any yogurt flavor and even put some colouring in them if you wish. You can even make them in your kids favourite characters if you want to earn some extra points with them! Really easy, really fun, and the kids love them!

Here is the one I used, and some others I think would be super cute!! There are so many adorable designs out there!

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20
Mar

Round-up of past Easter crafts and foods

Easter is coming up in under 2 weeks! It’s sneaking up on us pretty early this year. I’ve got a few new fun things to post for Easter, but wanted to do a quick recap of some of my favourite things we’ve done on the blog over the last 3 Easters. These are in no particular order and click on the post title to get the details of the full post.

1. handprint chicks

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2. chickie masks

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3. bunny lunch 1 and/or bunny lunch 2

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4. kool-aid dyed Easter eggs

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5. magical jellybeans and lollipops

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6. Easter eggs

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7. play-doh chicks

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8. bunny pops

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9. hanprint bunny 1 and/or handprint bunny 2

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10. Easter egg maracas

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06
Mar

Meet the Dubiens St. Patrick’s day round-up

Here’s a little round-up of some of my favourite posts from past St. Patrick’s day. We’ve got quite a few new things to post over the next week and a half, but I didn’t want the older stuff to be forgotten either. We’ve done some really fun things over the years! In no particular order, here are some of my favourite St. Patrick’s themed crafts, activities and foods (click on the title to go to the post with all the details!):

1. handprint leprechauns

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2. shamrock smoothies

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3. make your own rainbow watercolors

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4. somewhere over the rainbow breakfast

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5. rainbow xylophone

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6. rainbow cupcakes 1 and/or rainbow cupcakes 2

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7. rainbow shaving cream bath paint

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8. lucky lunch 1 and/or lucky lunch 2

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9. handprint 4-leaf clovers

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10. button rainbow

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05
Feb

Valentine’s Day round-up

I’ve got quite a few fun new Valentine’s crafts and foods to post in the coming couple weeks, so I thought I would start with a round-up of some of my favourite Valentine’s day foods and crafts from previous years. These are just a sampling of my favourites, if you want to see more, click Valentine’s day in my labels. To get the details on the posts, click on each title. In no particular order…

1. wax paper and crayon hearts

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This is by far one of my most favourite crafts we’ve done. I proudly hung these hearts in my living room window for the month of February and they were beyond beautiful. I totally recommend this craft!

2. conversation heart kisses

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These little conversation heart Hershey’s kisses are too cute, and I designed the labels with a free printable for you guys. Click on the title to get the link for it!

3. love blossom tree

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This is a great keepsake craft with uses your little ones thumbprints, hand and arm print. I just love it!

4. cupid’s cups

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These cupid cup’s are made with jello and cool whip and are not only cute, but they’re delicious too! Definitely a winner with the kids.

5. chocolate lip gloss and/or kool-aid lip gloss

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Why don’t you make your own lip gloss for your little Valentine’s!?! It’s really easy and I’ve included free printable lip gloss labels for you to use.

6. hand-stamped hearts

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Here is another great Valentine’s keepsake craft – adorable hearts made by stamping the side of your little one’s clenched hands on paper. Too cute and too easy!

7. beary cute snack plates

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These bear plates are just adorable and my kids loved getting a special Valentine’s cookie treat on them.

8. tissue paper hearts

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This tissue paper heart looks amazing on display in my living room. It’s so bright and colourful, I just love it!

9. lovebird the lunch

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This fun lunch even has an equally fun craft to go along with it. Who doesn’t love sweet little birdies!

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01
Feb

fun food friday: crazy lip lady!

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I haven’t done a fun food friday in awhile, so here’s a funny one! Lip pops strike again. I’ve made quite a few fun lunches using lip pops – see them here. In my last visit to our local bulk food store, I found yet another variety of lip pops to play with. They were with all the Valentine’s candy! I’m loving these lip pops. After you’re done eating the lollipop, just wash the base and you’re left with an awesome sandwich and fun food decoration.

This is what the lip pop packaging looks like:

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I got some red and pink lips!

And here is how I made this silly little fun food friday: I cut a chicken sandwich into a circle using my wilton comfort grip circle cutter. I stuck the lip pop lips on the sandwich and used some mini cutters to cut some eyes and eyebrows out of mozza cheese. I used my food safe markers to dot on the eyes. The cheeks are sprinkles and the hair is curly cheesestrings. So easy and got a good laugh from my kiddos!

Enjoy!

Here are some of the supplies I used to make this lunch:

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