Christmas Crafts: Clothespin Skier Ornaments|
descriptionGet crafty this Christmas with our Clothespin Skier Ornaments.
Christmas Crafts: Ice-Pop Stick Sled Ornaments
Our Ice-Pop Stick ornaments will add a festive touch to your Christmas tree.
Christmas Crafts: Polar Bear Ornaments
These Polar Bear Ornaments are easy for kids to make. Watch this video to learn how!
How to Make Heartfelt Valentines
Say “I love you” with an adorable Valentine’s Day card made out of craft paper and googly eyes.craft paper, brown craft paper and adhesive foam squares. Take your craft-colored card stock and cut it into 2 by 6-inch pieces and then just fold them in half to make 2 by 3-inch cards. Round the open corners with your scissors. This step is optional, but it makes a nice finishing touch . Use your paper punch to create a hole about a half inch down from the top of the card and a half
How to Make Snowflake Hearts
You've made paper snowflakes, but have you ever made a snowflake heart? Check out this adorable craft that turns into a beautiful Valentine. For this project, you'll need colored card stock, colored origami paper, scissors, double-stick tape, a pencil and the templates printed frombeautiful Valentine. For this project, you'll need colored card stock, colored origami paper , scissors , double-stick tape, a pencil and the templates printed from parents.com/heart. To make the back of the card, fold the piece of card stock in half. Take the large heart from the template and place a straight edge on the fold like this. Cut it out just inside the pencil line. Now, we're gonna make the snowflake heart. Fold a piece of origami paper in half and trace the half heart template onto the paper, placing the straight edge on the fold. Cut it out but don't unfold it. Now, we're gonna fold the paper like we would to make a
How to Make Pumpkin Chiffon Pie
The Naptime Chef, Kelsey Banfield, shows how to make a yummy pumpkin pie with gingersnap crust.crust. All I did here was mixed crushed gingersnap cookies with melted unsalted butter . Then I just press the moisten crumbs evenly into a 9 inch pie plate. To let the crust set up, you want to freeze it for at least 2 hours. To make the filling, you're going to add the gelatin to the bowl with the apple cider and set it aside. While that is working their way, we're going to make the rest of the filling. In a large sauce pan over a medium heat, you'll combine the brown sugar, pumpkin pie spice, kosher salt , milk, egg yolks and pumpkin. Whisk this mixture continuously over medium heat for about 10 minutes. After the 10 minutes, remove the mixture from the heat and whisk in the gelatin until it is completely dissolve. Pour this into a large bowl and let it cool for about 15 minutes then refrigerate for 1 hour. Using an electric mixer, beat the egg whites and confectioner sugar until they form stiff piece. Stir a quarter of the egg whites and [unk] chill the pumpkin mixture. Then use a spatula to gently fold in the remaining egg whites just until white streaks are no longer visible. Pour the pie filling into the frozen crust and refrigerate for at least 4
-Hi, everybody. I'm Julie O'Clare and this is Parents TV and we are getting ready for Hanukkah today. I'm so happy to have my daughter, Daniela, in the studio. Hi, honey. -Hi. -Hi. -She's gonna help us make a special craft and, joining us is Parents Magazine's Lifestyle Director, Amanda Kingloff tobut you can also buy wooden spools in the wooden supply- the craft store . You also need these little pencil eraser toppers- -Okay. -And some acrylic paint and some colored pencil . -So, you can choose any color you like, but- -Right. -Be sort of look like a frame. -Right. Yeah. I picked outpencils. I think they're really fun. -Uh-huh. -And you just slip the colored pencil right into the spool. -Okay. -Top it with a flame. -Uh-huh. -And there you go. And there you go and you just
-Hi, everyone. I'm René Syler. You know it can be hard enough getting your kids to understand and appreciate the holiday season if both parents are the same religion, but interfaith families face different challenges this time of year and really all year round. Joining us today is Dr. Sheilapeople from more than 1 religion. And if you look at your extended family , I'll bet that you got lots of different faiths all there. So even if it's not the couple themselves, we're all interfaith now. So it's a new world that we're in. -What do you primarily see? Do you primarily see Christian and Jewish families or is that-- when we think of interfaith, is that what you primarily see? -Well, you know, it used to be that
-Hi, everyone. Welcome to the It Moms Channel on Parents TV. I'm your host, Rene Syler. Today, I've got all the goods of how all you good enough mothers out there could get through Halloween. We're talking costumes, candy and all the stuff that goes with it. First, we have Jessica Hartshorn fromright. That's good. We have the range here. We have a little fashion show though, too. -Yeah, I have my kids here. -And with a couple of kids that you know very well. Shall we bring out Alice in Wonderland first? -Sure. -All right. Hi. -This is my daughter, Grace. This is a Disney Store outfit, too. You know, Disney Store has all the princesses and you'll spend maybe $40 for the dress and then, it starts to add up when you add all the accessories for the accessories [unk]. -The dress and the accessories come separately? -Exactly. -Oh, there you go. -So, $40, you get the dress. If you want a spring for the headband, the shoes, you'll pay a little extra. -Excellent. Okay. -Super cute though, right? -I think we have a fire chief. Come on out, fire fighter . Let me see you. -He's wearing an outfit from F.A. [unk]. -Oh. -They have some really, you know, premium stuff in all
Quick and Easy Halloween Ideas You'll Love!
-Your one-stop shop for all your Halloween fun is Walmart. -Hi. I'm Jen, one of the Mom's Makeup Motherboard, a great resource for sharing ideas, information, advice and inspiration mom to mom. In Motherboard's free weekly newsletter, Life Made Better, we talk about family, fun and celebrationstoday's busy world. It's also a great way to share your best tips , tricks and advice for raising kids. So, sign up and get in on the conversation.