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Crafts for Kids and Family Travel

We are a family of four with a passion for crafts and travelling. My mom, the L in DLTK, started this website when my sister and I were very young and it has grown since. We started writing these blog posts so that we could connect with all of you more personally—share our stories, our favourite crafts, our love for holidays and family traditions, and our passion for travelling.

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Blog Posts from 2017

Do Something New!
POSTED ON AUGUST 19, 2017 BY LEANNE

Shakespeare Performance in Calgary

I love camping and travelling to (safe) places I’ve never been before. But this year, for a variety of reasons including finances and family commitments we haven’t had the chance to explore the world as much as we had hoped to. Darren saw that I was feeling a bit down about this so brought up […]

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Our fun experience at Nat Geo Live!
POSTED ON MARCH 12, 2017 BY LEANNE

Bumblebee

They say that a picture is worth a thousand words and while I don’t disagree with the sentiment, I must say that I find listening to National Geographic photographers speak about their projects as fascinating (if not more fascinating!) than the photos themselves. We just got back from a National Geographic Live presentation entitled Beauty […]

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Blog Posts from 2016

Random Thought: And the Winner Is! (*drum roll*)
POSTED ON December 15, 2016 BY LEANNE

Painting Christmas Ornaments

People occasionally ask me what my all time favourite craft on the website is. That’s a really tough question because I have a lot of much loved projects that I’ve done with the girls over the years. But! If I had to pick one, it would be the Christmas Ornaments made with acrylic paint. I […]

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Random Thought: Guy Fawkes Day
POSTED ON NOVEMBER 1, 2016 BY LEANNE

Painting Christmas Ornaments

Guy Fawkes Day is on November 5th every year. It is celebrated in England with fireworks and bonfires. We have viewers all over the world and on occasion they ask for a craft or two to be added for celebrations from their neck of the woods. A few years back, I added Guy Fawkes Day. […]

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Random Thought: And Then I Picked Up a Knife…
POSTED ON OCTOBER 28, 2016 BY LEANNE

Happy Halloween Pumpkin Carving

I am not the best homemaker in the world. I don’t get the vacuuming done as often as I should and I occasionally get distracted in the kitchen and burn things (though Darren helps make sure that doesn’t happen—more to protect his stomach than my reputation). But every now and then I get […]

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Adirondack Autumn Leaves
POSTED ON OCTOBER 15, 2016 BY LEANNE

Autumn Leaves at Mirror Lake

Autumn and spring have always battled for the title of my favorite season. This year, I think autumn has finally taken the prize as we visited the Adirondack State Park (Mirror Lake and Lake Placid, NY) for the first time to enjoy the autumn colours. Wow, I’ve never seen so many beautiful shades of autumn […]

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Random Thought: Many years later and she still loves paper plates…
POSTED ON OCTOBER 3, 2016 BY LEANNE

Painting Paper Plates

My youngest daughter is eighteen now. Gosh, time flies when you’re raising children! I may get in trouble with her about this, but I had to share! When I first started doing crafts with her, she didn’t really enjoy them. She wasn’t terribly fond of colouring (two scribbles and she was done). She didn’t really like […]

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Random Thought: He Sure Showed Them!
POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 18, 2016 BY LEANNE

Hockey Buddy Paper Craft

It’s hockey season—we’re from Western Canada and my husband is a huge hockey fan. Today he is busy watching the World Cup of Hockey and it has me reflecting on other hockey moments that I have arranged for him over the years. In 2004, the Calgary Flames unexpectedly made it to the Stanley […]

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Random Thought: Sunny Sunny Sunflowers!
POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 1, 2016 BY LEANNE

Sunflowers in a Vase

Sunflowers are such a cool plant. When they are in bud, they turn to follow the sun (they keep their little buds facing the sun all day long… it’s really neat to check on them throughout the day to see them turning). When the sunflowers bloom, they stop swiveling but if you see a group […]

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Father’s Day Reflection…
POSTED ON JUNE 12, 2016 BY DARREN

Golfing in the Mountains

Hello DLTK viewers. I don’t very often write blog posts for our sites but I am feeling particularly inspired today. I am the ‘D’ in DLTK and usually provide technical support for Leanne as she works to materialize her ideas into the marvelous activities you find on our sites. The reason for my inspiration is […]

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Spring Bunny Paper Craft
POSTED ON MARCH 4, 2016 BY LEANNE

Spring Bunny Paper Craft

The spring bunny is a paper craft that kids enjoy as part of a number of different themes including a spring theme, a weather theme, an April Showers theme and an Easter theme. The completed bunny is nice and big so it makes a fun decoration for a bedroom door or the family refrigerator. I […]

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Preschool Patterning Practice
POSTED ON FEBRUARY 10, 2016 BY LEANNE

Preschool Patterning Practice Valentine Heart Craft

Creating patterns is one of those preschool math skills that seems like “just fun” but really is forming the basis for lifelong learning. Some kids are “natural patterners” doing it without encouragement making patterns for fun with everything from peas and carrots to blocks and legos. Others require a little more hand holding—paper […]

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Groundhog’s Day Predictions Paper Craft
POSTED ON JANUARY 26, 2016 BY LEANNE

Groundhog’s Day Predictions Paper Craft

Happy Groundhog’s Day! (My husband went to great lengths to find me a stainless steel fridge that lets magnets stick to it… I was SO HAPPY!) Groundhog’s Day is celebrated in Canada and the United States on February 2nd each year. We watch our favourite groundhog on this day. If it is cloudy, he will […]

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Preschool Development
POSTED ON JANUARY 14, 2016 BY LEANNE

Broccoli or Chocolate Chip Cookies

I mentioned a while ago that I’d attended an interesting presentation by a couple of child psychologists and discovered that I’d done quite well (completely by accident) at parenting my girls when they were babies. (Read “Talking to Babies”) Unfortunately, it turns out that I didn’t do quite as stellar a job parenting them as […]

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Talking to Babies
POSTED ON JANUARY 7, 2016 BY LEANNE

Sisterly Love

Long story, but I was at a “Nerd Night” event this week (the short version of the long story is, “I like learning stuff”). One of the presenters was a professor of child psychology at an infant level and another was a professor of child psychology at a kindergarten level. I really enjoyed their talks […]

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Blog Posts from 2015

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Activity
POSTED ON DECEMBER 28, 2015 BY LEANNE

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Alphabet Acitivity

Nina is one of our viewers who has been following us since our sites started many years ago. She sent this project suggestion using the templates from our Chicka Chicka Boom Boom section. Nina wrote: “Hi Leanne, I did this with Emmaline age 5, who just started Kindergarten. Her teacher was doing the book two days […]

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Paper Bag Puppets (for Christmas)
POSTED ON DECEMBER 14, 2015 BY LEANNE

Paper Bag Sant Puppet for Christmas

Paper bag puppets aren’t just crafts—they’re creative toys for the kids to play with throughout the season! Have everyone make a different character and then create your own little skits or action songs. It works out well in our house because Kaitlyn’s always liked making the craft and Tasha has always liked making […]

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Hiking the Loop Brook Trail
POSTED ON NOVEMBER 26, 2015 BY LEANNE

Loop Brook Trail

The Loop Brook Trail in Glacier Park, British Columbia (BC) is the perfect type of trail for my husband Darren and I. It’s a beautiful, forest walk (which I love) that is a pleasant challenge in parts without ever feeling dangerous. It’s also an interpretive walk with frequent signs detailing Canadian and CPR railway history […]

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Invasion of the… flowers!?
POSTED ON NOVEMBER 14, 2015 BY LEANNE

Rhododendrons Invade Scotland

When we were in Scotland, Darren and I were pleasantly surprised by how lovely the countryside was. It was pristine, beautiful and litter free. So, as we approached Torridon (near the coast in the north) we were surprised to see plumes of inky, black smoke rising up in the distance. What could that be about, […]

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Parenting Through Jet Lag
POSTED ON NOVEMBER 1, 2015 BY LEANNE

Tower Bridge in London

Jet lag is a very real condition and, sadly, there is no magic cure. For many people (myself included) jet lag is also more than ‘just feeling a bit tired’—the biggest symptom I get is actually tummy troubles whereas my husband and kids tend to get tired, headachy feelings. Darren, especially, gets quite […]

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Touring Halifax, Nova Scotia
POSTED ON OCTOBER 25, 2015 BY LEANNE

Point Pleasant Park

The port city of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada has been a vacation destination for our family for a number of year’s now. Our favourite time to visit is late September to early October when (most years) the weather is still warm and the autumn leaves are putting on their display of golds and reds. Halifax […]

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Sharing Your Family History: Immigration Stories
POSTED ON OCTOBER 18, 2015 BY LEANNE

pier 21 immigration museum

Whether it’s Ellis Island in New York, USA; the Immigration Museum in Melbourne, Australia or Pier 21 in Halifax, Canada many of us have family or ancestors who have proudly or nervously or desperately or reluctantly borne the title of immigrant. My family’s story isn’t something I really thought much about until the first time […]

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Kaitlyn’s first day of (school) university.
POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 21, 2015 BY LEANNE

pier 21 immigration museum

Some of you have been with my family and I since I started the website nearly twenty years ago. Some of you (eek!) have even written to share that you remember doing crafts from the site as children and that you’re now sharing those same projects with your own kids. What you may or may […]

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Hiking the Kicking Horse to Amiskwi Trail
POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 2, 2015 BY LEANNE

Wide River

Kicking Horse to Amiskwi Trail in Yoho National Park — BC, Canada Length of our walk: two hours, including time for a simple picnic and photos Distance of our walk: 3.4 kms (return) for the Kicking Horse/Amiskwi trail plus another 1/2 km on the Emerald River trail for a total of about 4 km walked. […]

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How To “Build” a Tree
POSTED ON AUGUST 16, 2015 BY LEANNE

Painted Spring Tree

Many years ago when I was in elementary school, our art teacher taught us how to “build” a tree with paint. To this day, I still enjoy mixing a couple of tree bark colors and using them to build trees. I loved that lesson! And thought I’d share it here with you. It’s appropriate for […]

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Parenting Thoughts: Moraine Lake
POSTED ON JULY 25, 2015 BY LEANNE

Canoes on the Dock of Moraine Lake

Darren and I sat on the covered porch at Moraine Lake Lodge, sipping tea while we watched hikers scramble for cover from a sudden downpour. It had been a lovely day in the wilderness, but I was suddenly struck by how many people there were out here with us! Moraine Lake is a gorgeous glacier […]

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Parenting Thoughts: Introverts and Extroverts
POSTED ON JUNE 17, 2015 BY LEANNE

Playing Guitar

I’m an introvert. My daughter, Tasha, is an extrovert. Darren and Kaitlyn are more “in the middle”—a little on the introverted side, but less so than me. I’m going to start off by clearing up one giant misconception: introverts aren’t all shy and extroverts aren’t all friendly. I’m an introvert AND I love […]

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Hot Air Ballooning in Arizona
POSTED ON MAY 29, 2015 BY LEANNE

Hot Air Ballon Inflating

Another Family Travel Adventure with Kids. Darren, Kaitlyn and I went hot air ballooning and we had a WONDERFUL time. All of us would definitely go again. And we all agreed that we wouldn’t recommend it for young children (I’ll get to that in a bit). The Hot Air Ballooning Experience We went first thing […]

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D and K Get Detained!
POSTED ON MAY 12, 2015 BY LEANNE

Father and Daughter at a Hockey Game

Another Travel Adventure with Kids Background: Darren and I swapped days this year just for kicks—we celebrated Father’s Day on Mother’s Day and we’ll be celebrating Mother’s Day in June. It just worked out better to treat dad in May plus it was a fun and silly thing to do. So for “Dad’s […]

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Multigenerational Travel
POSTED ON MAY 7, 2015 BY LEANNE

Tulip Garden

Welcome to the sandwich generation! No, Darren and I are not PB&J addicts—we’re middle aged parents with dependent children and grandparents who need a little of our help too. Our exposure to this new type of lifestyle has just begun. It started when Darren’s dad passed away a little under a decade ago. […]

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Setting Travel Expectations
POSTED ON APRIL 26, 2015 BY LEANNE

Mickey and Minney Mouse

The first time I learned the importance of reasonable travel expectations. Tasha, age 5 and Kaitlyn, age 1 On the first and worst trip to Disneyland that we ever took as a family Darren and I pulled the typical young parent stunt of surprising everyone with a gift of a trip to the “Happiest Place […]

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Dog–Sledding in Canmore, Alberta
POSTED ON FEBRUARY 17, 2015 BY LEANNE

Dog Sledding in the Winter

(not so) Extreme Travel Adventures with Kids Hi everyone, We just got back from dog–sledding and I decided that I can’t wait to share the experience with all of you. It was AWESOME!! After our fun trip dog–sledding as a family, I was inspired to add a Siberian Husky paper craft to the website. About […]

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Blog Posts from 2014

The Importance of Remembrance Day
POSTED ON NOVEMBER 6, 2014 BY KAITLYN

Juno Beach

Remembrance Day is an important tradition on a global scale. It is a time to put aside our international differences and honour the soldiers that fought in combat in order to secure a brighter future for us. In Canada we are especially privileged to live our lives with such significant freedom and equality. These soldiers […]

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Halloween Scarecrow Pumpkin Carving
POSTED ON OCTOBER 28, 2014 BY DARREN

Pumpkin Carving

Leanne has been designing pumpkin carving patterns for the site and I have been carving them for over a decade now. This year is no exception and I have decided to tackle a new pattern, the scarecrow. Before diving into my pumpkin I like to gather the required tools. I print the pattern that I have chosen from […]

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Halloween Math Activities
POSTED ON OCTOBER 21, 2014 BY KAITLYN

Halloween Math Activities

Math isn’t always fun, in fact math is rarely fun, but it can be! Math activities that give kids a way to view math visually are a really inspired way to educate kids. These Halloween math activities use Scaries to promote math in a new and creative way by demonstrating simple statistics and data collection with yummy treats! […]

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Samson and Delilah Crafts.
POSTED ON OCTOBER 14, 2014 BY LEANNE

Samson and Delilah Crafts.

The website began with a passion for crafts made from cardboard tubes—toilet paper roll crafts! I love the simplicity of them—they’re basically just color, cut and paste paper crafts but using the tube as a base for the craft makes them three dimensional characters that you can use as action figures […]

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Feeling Thankful
POSTED ON OCTOBER 6, 2014 BY DARREN

Thanksgiving Pumpkin

The leaves are turning, temperatures are falling and it really feels like autumn here in southern Alberta. The Canadian Thanksgiving holiday is just around the corner and autumn is one of my favourite times of the year. Maybe it is because my birthday is in September or because of all the colourful foliage. It could be because I […]

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Easter Egg Cracking Tradition
POSTED ON APRIL 12, 2014 BY KAITLYN

Easter Egg Cracking Tradition

Ever since I can remember, my family has taken part in a very fun Easter tradition. Every year we decorate Easter eggs and when we are done we take part in a fun little Easter egg cracking game. It’s an exciting activity that everyone enjoys, especially because you get to eat the eggs afterwards! If you’ve […]

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Snowboarding and Skiing
POSTED ON FEBRUARY 28, 2014 BY KAITLYN

Snowboarding and Skiing

Skiing and snowboarding are both very popular sports in Canada, and tons of my friends are all hyped up and excited for competition season! There are tons of different ski hills that people can visit and lots of different level runs for people who are beginners, experts, or just looking for a relaxing day on the […]

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Happy Valentine’s Day
POSTED ON FEBRUARY 14, 2014 BY KAITLYN

Happy Valentine’s Day

Today is Valentine’s Day, which means lots of chocolate, flowers, and cards. For little kids it means LOTS of heart shaped crafts and candy! When I was in elementary school I loved valentines day so much because we got to exchange valentines! We decorated paper bags or little boxes the days leading up to valentines day and […]

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The 2014 Winter Olympics
POSTED ON JANUARY 31, 2014 BY KAITLYN

Canada Flag

The 2014 Winter Olympics will start exactly one week from today; the events are being held in Sochi Russia and the preparation has been a long process! There is lots of hype about the games and I know I sure am excited! My dad and I plan to watch a lot of hockey and will definitely be […]

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Chinese New Years
POSTED ON JANUARY 18, 2014 BY KAITLYN

Chinese Dragon Paper Plate Craft

Chinese New Year is celebrated on a different day each year because it is based on the Lunar year. And each year is named after an animal based on a 12 year cycle. In 2014, the year of the horse, it will be celebrated on January 31. People born in the same year are considered to […]

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Chinese New Years
POSTED ON JANUARY 3, 2014 BY KAITLYN

Las Cabos, Mexico

It has been a few weeks since my mom or I have made a blog post and there is a perfect explanation for this; we were in Mexico! It was a wonderful family Christmas and a nice warm one at that, back home in Canada it is MUCH colder. We visited El Arco, which is a […]

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Blog Posts from 2013

Five Cut and Paste Paper Crafts for the Holiday Season
POSTED ON DECEMBER 14, 2013 BY LEANNE

Paper Poinsetta Craft

© by Leanne Guenther If you craft with your child from a very young age, you’ll find yourself doing a lot of “cutting out” with your handy pair of scissors. One suggestion I would make is to use children’s safety scissors from the very beginning. That way, when it’s time for you to pass the […]

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Movember
POSTED ON NOVEMBER 29, 2013 BY KAITLYN

Walrus Paper Plate Craft

I have always thought that Movember was a really neat idea because it isn’t like your classic fundraiser, but up until junior high I didn’t even know it existed. It is important for kids to be able to participate in events like this at a young age so they are inspired to stay involved at an […]

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Thanksgiving Paper Strip Pumpkin Craft
POSTED ON NOVEMBER 22, 2013 BY KAITLYN

Thanksgiving Paper Strip Pumpkin Craft

Thanksgiving is a wonderful time of the year; it is a chance to visit with friends and family and show them how thankful you are! For me in Canada, thanksgiving has already passed, but in the states it is coming up in about a week! There are some really cute thanksgiving crafts on the website […]

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Driving
POSTED ON NOVEMBER 15, 2013 BY KAITLYN

Proud Dad Teaching Daughter How to Drive

In about one month I am going to be taking my on road drivers test. In Alberta we are allowed to get our learners license at the age of fourteen and our graduated drivers license when we are sixteen. With our learners license we get to drive as long as we have an adult with […]

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Paper Lantern Crafts
POSTED ON NOVEMBER 8, 2013 BY KAITLYN

Paper Lantern Crafts

Over the past week I have been going to town on a new holiday craft idea that my mom had, paper lantern crafts. Until now I never realized how many different holidays there are. From Christmas to Hanukah, summer to winter and even Earth day to St Patrick’s day there are heaps of holidays and special times of the […]

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Bath Salts
POSTED ON NOVEMBER 1, 2013 BY KAITLYN

Homemade Bath Salts for Presents

This craft would make an excellent homemade gift for a relative! Some of the ingredients are a bit unusual, like the glycerin or the Epsom salts. They are available at most drugstores but can be a bit tricky to find; I found them in the aisle with the rubbing alcohol. The nice thing about this […]

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Pumpkin Carving
POSTED ON OCTOBER 25, 2013 BY KAITLYN

Carved Pumpkins and Pirate Costume

Halloween is such a great time of the year! Costumes, candy, pumpkin carving, trick or treating, handing out candy. The works! So many awesome things combined to make an amazing holiday! My favourite part about Halloween aside from the fact that we get heaps of candy, is the pumpkin carving! Every year me and my dad carve […]

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Halloween Costumes
POSTED ON OCTOBER 18, 2013 BY KAITLYN

Sister Kittens on Halloween

Halloween is an exciting time of the year for kids all over the place, but unfortunately for parents it can be a bit stressful trying to find cute Halloween for their kids. When my sister and I were at the trick or treating age my mom would work extremely hard to make cute costumes that we could […]

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Travel: Hawaii
POSTED ON OCTOBER 11, 2013 BY KAITLYN

Hawaiian Lei

My parents really enjoy Hawaii and we go quite often! When I was little my grandparents used to rent a condo there and we would spend a week or two having a blast in Hawaii! The luau’s were great: eating food, dancing, wearing leis, and basking in the aloha spirit! My parents even got married in Hawaii, […]

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Rhubarb Muffins
POSTED ON OCTOBER 4, 2013 BY KAITLYN

Rhubarb Muffins

These rhubarb muffins are absolutely delicious and incredibly simple to make! They do not make a huge amount, around a dozen medium sized muffins, so I suggest that you double the recipe if you aren’t a very frequent baker. This recipe and the portions are excellent if you are an individual who bakes quite often […]

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Birthday Present Ideas
POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 27, 2013 BY KAITLYN

Collection of Birthday Presents

For me the month of September is the month of parental birthdays, in fact my mom’s birthday is in less than a week! I find that the hardest part about my parents birthday is finding the perfect birthday present! Of course when I was younger it wasn’t nearly as difficult; I would simply go shopping […]

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Roll Kuchen
POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 20, 2013 BY KAITLYN

Roll Kuchen and Watermelon

Roll Kuchen is a scrumptious German pastry that I have had the pleasure of eating since I was a young girl! My grandma and aunty would often make it for my family when we visited them during the summer; it wasn’t until recently that I began to make roll kuchen on my own. Honestly, I […]

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Grass Seed Caterpillar
POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 13, 2013 BY KAITLYN

Grass Seed Caterpillar

This grass seed craft is a very fun craft that creates an adorable caterpillar! The neat idea about this craft is that you can watch the grass grow before your very own eyes! Literally, one day there was no grass in any of the egg carton cups and the next days each cup had several […]

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Back to School
POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 6, 2013 BY KAITLYN

Pencil Cases for Back to School

This has been my first week back at school after the summer and I have to say everything went really smoothly! I spent a good amount of time organizing all of my binders and notebooks during the last week of summer so that I can keep a calm head when the school year really gets started. […]

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Camp Chief Hector
POSTED ON AUGUST 30, 2013 BY KAITLYN

Campfire

I spent the first two weeks of August at Camp Chief Hector for the eighth summer in a row and am intending to return again next summer. Camp has been an important part of my life since I was eight years old and it is by far the most exciting part of my summer, if […]

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Paper Mache Animals
POSTED ON AUGUST 23, 2013 BY KAITLYN

Paper Mache Animals

I’ve spent the past week making adorable paper Mache animal crafts. At times it was a bit challenging but it was definitely worth it because they all turned out to be extremely cute! I suggest that if you are planning to make these crafts as piñata’s for a birthday party you give yourself about a week. Paper Mache takes […]

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Hawaiian Cookies in a Jar
POSTED ON AUGUST 16, 2013 BY KAITLYN

Hawaiian Cookies in a Jar

I really enjoyed putting together the jar with all of the Hawaiian themed ingredients! When I was putting it together I was a little bit nervous that my jar wasn’t going to be big enough; in order to calm my nerves I added up the measurements from the recipe and filled the jar up with […]

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Paper Plate Echidna
POSTED ON AUGUST 9, 2013 BY KAITLYN

Paper Plate Echidna

This craft is absolutely adorable and very fun to make! Rather than just an average paper plate craft there is the extra component of cutting the fringe around the paper plate to represent the spikes; it is also quite simple for a paper plate craft because the template pieces are straight forward and relatively easy […]

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Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins
POSTED ON AUGUST 2, 2013 BY KAITLYN

Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins

I discovered this simple and delicious recipe in my grade 7 foods class; since our classes weren’t very long and many of us were lacking in our cooking and baking skills, our teacher would make it her job to find yummy recipes that we could easily make. This banana chocolate chip muffin recipe had to be one […]

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Animal Cracker Ark
POSTED ON JULY 26, 2013 BY KAITLYN

Animal Cracker Ark

This craft is very entertaining to make since there are so many different components; from the cotton ball clouds to the animal cracker animals this craft is a fun way to learn about Noah’s Ark. I have been planning to make this craft for along time now and about a year ago my dad and […]

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Paper Plate Bird Nest
POSTED ON JULY 19, 2013 BY KAITLYN

Paper Plate Bird Nest Craft

This paper plate bird nest is very fun to make and looks absolutely adorable when it’s finished! I found that I couldn’t help but grin when I realized how much fun I was having with everything this craft involved. From painting the paper plate (something I have enjoyed ever since I could hold a paint brush) to […]

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