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Do you enjoy crafting or baking? BabyNoMore is currently seeking like-minded people out there in cyberspace interested in sharing their kid friendly creations with our growing readership. You get to keep full rights to your projects and photos and we graciously supply a link to your website or e-mail in exchange for adding your submission to our site! Kids, have a photo of something you've made? Ask your parents to send in a picture of it and it just may get featured in our upcoming visitor gallery!
craftandbake on 03.18.08 @ 05:28 PM PST [link] [857 Comments]
Wednesday, July 9th
Supplies: Gummy Worms (the kind not rolled in sugar work best!) Ice Cube Tray Water Some Freezer Space
Directions: Insert one or two gummy worms into each cube cavity of the ice cube tray. Carefully add water to each cavity until full. Place into the freezer and let freeze for a few hours or overnight. They work great in glasses of fruit juice or lemonade!
craftandbake on 07.09.08 @ 05:18 PM PST [link] [345 Comments]
Wednesday, May 7th
Magic Birthday Rock Party Favors
For Little D's 6th birthday, we decided to put together little birthday favors for all the kids in his class. To make them a little more unique, we created a poem to go with a little green rock that was included in each bag.
Supplies: Small Clear Cellophane Bag A small rock (ours were green) Magic Birthday Rock Poem Various age-appropriate trinkets Polka Dot Cardstock Word Bubble Stickers Scissors Stapler/Staples
Directions: Add trinkets and/or candy to the cellophane bags. Cut rectangles the width of the bags and the length of your choice. This will be the hang tag of sorts for your bag. Fold the top of the bag over. Staple the cardstock to the top of the bag, making sure to fold it in half before stapling.
Magic Birthday Rock
It's Dylan's birthday So what does that mean? Everyone gets a special magic rock That's shiny and green!
In the summer month's ahead When finding new things to do is a chore Rub it for creativity And let your imagination soar!
craftandbake on 05.07.08 @ 09:37 PM PST [link] [5950 Comments]
Saturday, March 22nd
Just in time for Easter, these simple Chick Cookies are super easy to make using very few supplies.
You'll need: either a basic sugar cookie recipe, or for the instant gratification crowd (like us!), use the pre-made, pre-rolled sugar cookie dough sheets from Pillsbury. a chick shaped cookie cutter candy eyes (or use icing for the same effect) icing for the body yellow food coloring for the orange beaks, we actually used some carrot shaped sprinkles we had left over from a Looney Tunes cake decorating set. Be creative. What was once a carrot for us, turned into a bird beak!
Cut chick shapes from rolled sugar cookie dough. Bake according to recipe or package directions. Once cooled, have fun and decorate! This project is great for little ones, especially if you use the already rolled dough sheets. Little mess, yet loads of fun!
craftandbake on 03.22.08 @ 07:19 AM PST [link] [968 Comments]