Some Boy’s gotten into that stubborn toddler phase where he’ll only eat food if I make it really interesting. He would FLIP his LID over these Rainbow Noodles from JB over at CentsLess Deals! These are super-easy to make, and could totally be done with natural dyes (think carrot juice, beets, spinach extract) if you’re avoiding artificial stuff.
Gina from Pinch This Stretch That gives a detailed tutorial with step-by-step photos for How to Make Soap Using Leftover Soap Pieces. I’ve always heard of people doing this, but didn’t have any idea where to begin. This would totally come in handy with kids who don’t like bath time. Get them involved in making soap in molds of their favorite things and they’ll be stoked to get in the tub!
Nate and I used to rent a house that had the biggest, most fruitful pomegranate tree I’ve ever seen. Deseeding those suckers, however, can be tricky. Jillian from Mommy Testers shares How to Deseed a Pomegranate In Just 1 Minute! Jillian actually lives nearby in San Diego and yes, she is JUST as charming and witty in person as she is online.
I have a love/hate relationship with online photo editors. I love them because they’re awesome. I hate them because I get totally sucked in and fancy myself a graphic designer, spending countless hours copying and pasting and getting all giddy over pretty graphics that I then print out and pointlessly hang in my craft room when I have five million other things I really should be doing. BUT. They are a lifesaver for parties!! Invites, place cards, signs and gift tags, oh my. Check out this tutorial for How to Create a Birthday Party Invitation with PicMonkey from the talented Jenna of Rain on a Tin Roof.
Deanna from One Step Woman shares her secret to easy savings in the kitchen with Homemade Baking Mixes. Check out her recipes for biscuit mix, brownie mix, pie crust, cake mix and more! Seriously genius. I’m going to try mixing up some gluten-free mixes to keep on hand so I no longer have to miss out on pancake or muffin day when I don’t feel like doing it from scratch.
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