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5 Home Remedies to Remove a Splinter - 19 Mar 2019 03:21

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<p>There’s nothing more painful than having a splinter. Okay maybe a few things are more painful, but having to dig into your skin with a tweezer for an endless amount of time is&nbsp;<em>never&nbsp;</em>a fun task. Especially if that splinter is seriously lodged in there.</p>
<p>But don’t worry, there’s some good news! Splinters can be coaxed out of your skin with a few simple home remedies. These typical at-home items will help you with that splinter problem without all of the painful tweezer digging.</p>
<h3>Baking Soda</h3>
<p>Add some water to a 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda to form a paste. After cleaning the area with the splinter, add the paste to the splinter area. Cover with a bandage and leave it for 24 hours. After removing, the splinter should be visible and you can pull it out with tweezers.</p>
<h3>Duct Tape</h3>
<p>Hate using tweezers? Duct tape will help rip that splinter right out! Some people have done this using scotch tape, but obviously, duct tape is a bit stronger. If you have a splinter slightly sticking out that you can’t get out, place a piece of tape over it (after cleaning the affected area, of course). Once it’s on, pull the tape off in the opposite direction of the splinter.</p>
<h3>Epsom Salt</h3>
<p>Is that splinter really lodged in there? Soaking the splinter in Epsom salts to help draw it out. You can also try sprinkling the pad of a bandage with Epsom salts, and cover the splinter. This will draw out the splinter. If you don’t want to pull it out with tweezers once it’s peaking out, continue adding a new bandage with salt daily and it will just fall out.</p>
<h3>Vinegar</h3>
<p>Since vinegar is acidic and can shrink the skin around the splinter, that will help draw the splinter to the surface. Using white vinegar or apple cider vinegar will both work for this method. Soak it for at least 10 to 15 minutes. If it still isn’t working, try soaking it in warm water before placing back in the vinegar.</p>
<h3>Banana Peel</h3>
<p>Nope, this one really isn’t a joke. After eating that banana cut a small square piece of the peel and place it on the affected area. Secure with a bandage and let it sit overnight. Sure, having banana taped to you overnight may seem weird, but that splinter will easily come up and even stick that peel itself.</p>

Source: https://www.familyhandyman.com/diy-advice/5-home-remedies-to-remove-a-splinter/

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A teacher revealed what kids love most about Christmas - 13 Mar 2019 03:17

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<p>A teacher (and mum) has taken to Instagram with a timely reminder to parents about what matters most during this festive season. Her words are quickly going viral … for very good reason.</p>
<h2>Keep. It. Simple.</h2>
<p>While you ‘d be forgiven for thinking that ticking off the most important items on your child’s Christmas list is the sure-fire way to their heart, this experienced educator&nbsp;says&nbsp;nothing could be further from the truth.&nbsp;</p>
<p>Don’t panic, though, because the key to festive success – and long-lasting memories – is within easy reach and <em>doesn’t</em> involve trudging down to the shopping mall or maxing&nbsp;out your&nbsp;credit cards.</p>
<p class="p1 “Dear parents at Christmas,” Instagrammer AndGreenAndBlue posted. “I know at this time of year there is pressure to create a perfect magical Christmas. I know that you want to give them the magic of Santa and ensure he brings the best gifts and sometimes that means a bit of stress for you, but I’m writing to tell you a secret.&nbsp;I’m writing to tell you that every January when your child comes back to school they tell me all about the Christmas holidays …”&nbsp;&lt;/p&gt; &lt;hr/&gt;&lt;p class=" p1="" <strong="">&nbsp; Read more about Christmas:</p>
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<h2 class="p1 The little things are the big things&lt;/h2&gt; &lt;p&gt;This brilliant teacher went on to describe a few of the&nbsp;little moments that mean so much to the children she looks after, and notes that simply being together during the holiday season is a highlight that pops up over and over again.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p class=" p1="" “they="" tell="" me="" about="" the="" days="" when="" everyone="" stayed="" indoors="" and="" watched="" tv,”="" she="" wrote.="" walk="" in="" freezing="" cold="" to="" get="" a="" mcdonald’s.="" they="" staying="" at="" grandma’s="" then="" being="" excited="" you="" came="" back="" from="" work.="" how="" let="" them="" snuggle="" your="" bed.”<=""> <p class="p1 ‘They tell me how you played cards and took them swimming one day and forgot their towel. They tell me about a visit to a friend’s on New Year’s Eve and how they stayed up to midnight. They tell me how they loved staying in their PJ’s some days and a trip out another day.”&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p class=" p1="" while="" there’s="" no="" doubt="" kids="" appreciate="" their="" presents,="" they="" a="" few="" other="" things="" much,="" much="" more.<=""> </p><p class="p1 “They [do] mention their gifts,” Instagrammer AndGreenAndBlue explained, “but for them Christmas is you and your love and time and routines … and feeling safe. &lt;em&gt;You&lt;/em&gt; are their favourite thing!’&lt;/p&gt; &lt;blockquote class=" instagram-media"="" data-instgrm-captioned="" data-instgrm-permalink="https://www.instagram.com/p/BqvJ1MtlT26/?utm_source=ig_embed&amp;utm_medium=loading" data-instgrm-version="12" readability="-3.7566539923954 &lt;/blockquote&gt; &lt;h2 class=" p1="" the="" gift="" of="" …="" you!<="" 2=""> </p><p class="p1 Commenters on the post were touched, relieved … and in total agreement.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p class=" p1="" “this="" is="" so="" lovely!”="" one="" parent="" wrote.="" “makes="" me="" think.="" i="" remember="" freezing="" walks="" with="" my="" late="" nan="" and="" playing="" trivial="" pursuit="" where="" uncle="" would="" always="" cheat="" funnily="" enough="" barely="" any="" of="" the="" presents="" had!”<=""> </p><p class="p1 “Totally agree,” another said. “I only remember the family fun times NOT the presents. Bringing back fond memories.”&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p class=" p1="" “love="" this,="" such="" an="" important="" and="" true="" message,”="" someone="" else="" confirmed.<=""> </p></h2> - Comments: 0

A teacher revealed what kids love most about Christmas - 13 Mar 2019 03:16

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<p>A teacher (and mum) has taken to Instagram with a timely reminder to parents about what matters most during this festive season. Her words are quickly going viral … for very good reason.</p>
<h2>Keep. It. Simple.</h2>
<p>While you ‘d be forgiven for thinking that ticking off the most important items on your child’s Christmas list is the sure-fire way to their heart, this experienced educator&nbsp;says&nbsp;nothing could be further from the truth.&nbsp;</p>
<p>Don’t panic, though, because the key to festive success – and long-lasting memories – is within easy reach and <em>doesn’t</em> involve trudging down to the shopping mall or maxing&nbsp;out your&nbsp;credit cards.</p>
<p class="p1 “Dear parents at Christmas,” Instagrammer AndGreenAndBlue posted. “I know at this time of year there is pressure to create a perfect magical Christmas. I know that you want to give them the magic of Santa and ensure he brings the best gifts and sometimes that means a bit of stress for you, but I’m writing to tell you a secret.&nbsp;I’m writing to tell you that every January when your child comes back to school they tell me all about the Christmas holidays …”&nbsp;&lt;/p&gt; &lt;hr/&gt;&lt;p class=" p1="" <strong="">&nbsp; Read more about Christmas:</p>
<hr />
<h2 class="p1 The little things are the big things&lt;/h2&gt; &lt;p&gt;This brilliant teacher went on to describe a few of the&nbsp;little moments that mean so much to the children she looks after, and notes that simply being together during the holiday season is a highlight that pops up over and over again.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p class=" p1="" “they="" tell="" me="" about="" the="" days="" when="" everyone="" stayed="" indoors="" and="" watched="" tv,”="" she="" wrote.="" walk="" in="" freezing="" cold="" to="" get="" a="" mcdonald’s.="" they="" staying="" at="" grandma’s="" then="" being="" excited="" you="" came="" back="" from="" work.="" how="" let="" them="" snuggle="" your="" bed.”<=""> <p class="p1 ‘They tell me how you played cards and took them swimming one day and forgot their towel. They tell me about a visit to a friend’s on New Year’s Eve and how they stayed up to midnight. They tell me how they loved staying in their PJ’s some days and a trip out another day.”&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p class=" p1="" while="" there’s="" no="" doubt="" kids="" appreciate="" their="" presents,="" they="" a="" few="" other="" things="" much,="" much="" more.<=""> </p><p class="p1 “They [do] mention their gifts,” Instagrammer AndGreenAndBlue explained, “but for them Christmas is you and your love and time and routines … and feeling safe. &lt;em&gt;You&lt;/em&gt; are their favourite thing!’&lt;/p&gt; &lt;blockquote class=" instagram-media"="" data-instgrm-captioned="" data-instgrm-permalink="https://www.instagram.com/p/BqvJ1MtlT26/?utm_source=ig_embed&amp;utm_medium=loading" data-instgrm-version="12" readability="-3.7566539923954 &lt;/blockquote&gt; &lt;h2 class=" p1="" the="" gift="" of="" …="" you!<="" 2=""> </p><p class="p1 Commenters on the post were touched, relieved … and in total agreement.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p class=" p1="" “this="" is="" so="" lovely!”="" one="" parent="" wrote.="" “makes="" me="" think.="" i="" remember="" freezing="" walks="" with="" my="" late="" nan="" and="" playing="" trivial="" pursuit="" where="" uncle="" would="" always="" cheat="" funnily="" enough="" barely="" any="" of="" the="" presents="" had!”<=""> </p><p class="p1 “Totally agree,” another said. “I only remember the family fun times NOT the presents. Bringing back fond memories.”&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p class=" p1="" “love="" this,="" such="" an="" important="" and="" true="" message,”="" someone="" else="" confirmed.<=""> </p></h2> - Comments: 0

A teacher revealed what kids love most about Christmas - 13 Mar 2019 03:15

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<p>A teacher (and mum) has taken to Instagram with a timely reminder to parents about what matters most during this festive season. Her words are quickly going viral … for very good reason.</p>
<h2>Keep. It. Simple.</h2>
<p>While you ‘d be forgiven for thinking that ticking off the most important items on your child’s Christmas list is the sure-fire way to their heart, this experienced educator&nbsp;says&nbsp;nothing could be further from the truth.&nbsp;</p>
<p>Don’t panic, though, because the key to festive success – and long-lasting memories – is within easy reach and <em>doesn’t</em> involve trudging down to the shopping mall or maxing&nbsp;out your&nbsp;credit cards.</p>
<p class="p1 “Dear parents at Christmas,” Instagrammer AndGreenAndBlue posted. “I know at this time of year there is pressure to create a perfect magical Christmas. I know that you want to give them the magic of Santa and ensure he brings the best gifts and sometimes that means a bit of stress for you, but I’m writing to tell you a secret.&nbsp;I’m writing to tell you that every January when your child comes back to school they tell me all about the Christmas holidays …”&nbsp;&lt;/p&gt; &lt;hr/&gt;&lt;p class=" p1="" <strong="">&nbsp; Read more about Christmas:</p>
<hr />
<h2 class="p1 The little things are the big things&lt;/h2&gt; &lt;p&gt;This brilliant teacher went on to describe a few of the&nbsp;little moments that mean so much to the children she looks after, and notes that simply being together during the holiday season is a highlight that pops up over and over again.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p class=" p1="" “they="" tell="" me="" about="" the="" days="" when="" everyone="" stayed="" indoors="" and="" watched="" tv,”="" she="" wrote.="" walk="" in="" freezing="" cold="" to="" get="" a="" mcdonald’s.="" they="" staying="" at="" grandma’s="" then="" being="" excited="" you="" came="" back="" from="" work.="" how="" let="" them="" snuggle="" your="" bed.”<=""> <p class="p1 ‘They tell me how you played cards and took them swimming one day and forgot their towel. They tell me about a visit to a friend’s on New Year’s Eve and how they stayed up to midnight. They tell me how they loved staying in their PJ’s some days and a trip out another day.”&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p class=" p1="" while="" there’s="" no="" doubt="" kids="" appreciate="" their="" presents,="" they="" a="" few="" other="" things="" much,="" much="" more.<=""> </p><p class="p1 “They [do] mention their gifts,” Instagrammer AndGreenAndBlue explained, “but for them Christmas is you and your love and time and routines … and feeling safe. &lt;em&gt;You&lt;/em&gt; are their favourite thing!’&lt;/p&gt; &lt;blockquote class=" instagram-media"="" data-instgrm-captioned="" data-instgrm-permalink="https://www.instagram.com/p/BqvJ1MtlT26/?utm_source=ig_embed&amp;utm_medium=loading" data-instgrm-version="12" readability="-3.7566539923954 &lt;/blockquote&gt; &lt;h2 class=" p1="" the="" gift="" of="" …="" you!<="" 2=""> </p><p class="p1 Commenters on the post were touched, relieved … and in total agreement.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p class=" p1="" “this="" is="" so="" lovely!”="" one="" parent="" wrote.="" “makes="" me="" think.="" i="" remember="" freezing="" walks="" with="" my="" late="" nan="" and="" playing="" trivial="" pursuit="" where="" uncle="" would="" always="" cheat="" funnily="" enough="" barely="" any="" of="" the="" presents="" had!”<=""> </p><p class="p1 “Totally agree,” another said. “I only remember the family fun times NOT the presents. Bringing back fond memories.”&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p class=" p1="" “love="" this,="" such="" an="" important="" and="" true="" message,”="" someone="" else="" confirmed.<=""> </p></h2> - Comments: 0

A teacher revealed what kids love most about Christmas - 13 Mar 2019 03:14

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<p>A teacher (and mum) has taken to Instagram with a timely reminder to parents about what matters most during this festive season. Her words are quickly going viral … for very good reason.</p>
<h2>Keep. It. Simple.</h2>
<p>While you ‘d be forgiven for thinking that ticking off the most important items on your child’s Christmas list is the sure-fire way to their heart, this experienced educator&nbsp;says&nbsp;nothing could be further from the truth.&nbsp;</p>
<p>Don’t panic, though, because the key to festive success – and long-lasting memories – is within easy reach and <em>doesn’t</em> involve trudging down to the shopping mall or maxing&nbsp;out your&nbsp;credit cards.</p>
<p class="p1 “Dear parents at Christmas,” Instagrammer AndGreenAndBlue posted. “I know at this time of year there is pressure to create a perfect magical Christmas. I know that you want to give them the magic of Santa and ensure he brings the best gifts and sometimes that means a bit of stress for you, but I’m writing to tell you a secret.&nbsp;I’m writing to tell you that every January when your child comes back to school they tell me all about the Christmas holidays …”&nbsp;&lt;/p&gt; &lt;hr/&gt;&lt;p class=" p1="" <strong="">&nbsp; Read more about Christmas:</p>
<hr />
<h2 class="p1 The little things are the big things&lt;/h2&gt; &lt;p&gt;This brilliant teacher went on to describe a few of the&nbsp;little moments that mean so much to the children she looks after, and notes that simply being together during the holiday season is a highlight that pops up over and over again.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p class=" p1="" “they="" tell="" me="" about="" the="" days="" when="" everyone="" stayed="" indoors="" and="" watched="" tv,”="" she="" wrote.="" walk="" in="" freezing="" cold="" to="" get="" a="" mcdonald’s.="" they="" staying="" at="" grandma’s="" then="" being="" excited="" you="" came="" back="" from="" work.="" how="" let="" them="" snuggle="" your="" bed.”<=""> <p class="p1 ‘They tell me how you played cards and took them swimming one day and forgot their towel. They tell me about a visit to a friend’s on New Year’s Eve and how they stayed up to midnight. They tell me how they loved staying in their PJ’s some days and a trip out another day.”&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p class=" p1="" while="" there’s="" no="" doubt="" kids="" appreciate="" their="" presents,="" they="" a="" few="" other="" things="" much,="" much="" more.<=""> </p><p class="p1 “They [do] mention their gifts,” Instagrammer AndGreenAndBlue explained, “but for them Christmas is you and your love and time and routines … and feeling safe. &lt;em&gt;You&lt;/em&gt; are their favourite thing!’&lt;/p&gt; &lt;blockquote class=" instagram-media"="" data-instgrm-captioned="" data-instgrm-permalink="https://www.instagram.com/p/BqvJ1MtlT26/?utm_source=ig_embed&amp;utm_medium=loading" data-instgrm-version="12" readability="-3.7566539923954 &lt;/blockquote&gt; &lt;h2 class=" p1="" the="" gift="" of="" …="" you!<="" 2=""> </p><p class="p1 Commenters on the post were touched, relieved … and in total agreement.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p class=" p1="" “this="" is="" so="" lovely!”="" one="" parent="" wrote.="" “makes="" me="" think.="" i="" remember="" freezing="" walks="" with="" my="" late="" nan="" and="" playing="" trivial="" pursuit="" where="" uncle="" would="" always="" cheat="" funnily="" enough="" barely="" any="" of="" the="" presents="" had!”<=""> </p><p class="p1 “Totally agree,” another said. “I only remember the family fun times NOT the presents. Bringing back fond memories.”&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p class=" p1="" “love="" this,="" such="" an="" important="" and="" true="" message,”="" someone="" else="" confirmed.<=""> </p></h2> - Comments: 0

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My Morning Routine - 07 Mar 2019 03:32

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Morning routines are fascinating to me – I love reading&nbsp;about the incredible daily schedules of women who&nbsp;wake with the sun, have 45-minute meditations by the ocean, give themselves face oil massages, apply hair masks and take regular old smoothies to an unrecognizable form (I don’t know what ashwagandha is, but I know it’s not in our house at the moment). So it’s with this thought that I decided to share my own morning happenings. I want you to know that I am not complaining about how bad things are in my life because I don’t have a home that faces the ocean or a private pilates instructor.&nbsp;I am also not exaggerating for the sake of contrasting the fancy ladies’ morning routines &nbsp;– I am just joining in on the trend to show what my mornings really look like in order to balance things out for the everywoman.&nbsp;This is me – this is my current morning routine…
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<p>6:30 AM: I am a fan of the snooze button. I hit it as often as I can – negotiating in my mind the things I can give up later in order to barter for more sleep at the moment (showering is usually top of the list).</p>
<p>7:00 AM: I reach for my phone and terrify myself by reading the news.</p>
<p>7:15 AM: I complain to my husband about the horrifying things I have just read.</p>
<p>7:30 AM: I shower my dogs with kisses and compliment their beauty, intelligence and incredible souls.[http://cfabbridesigns.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/IMG_3411.jpg
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<p>7:45 AM: I get out of bed.</p>
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<p class="wp-caption-text Because I’m 50, I get hot flashes&nbsp;at night, so I sleep in the least amount of clothing possible – like a t-shirt and underwear. In the morning, I grab any pants that are nearby and throw them on. They are almost always wrinkled and never match my top.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;/div&gt; &lt;p&gt;7:50 AM: I try to wake my daughter for camp.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;div class=" wp-caption="" aligncenter"="" readability="7 &lt;img class=" wp-image-25734="" size-full"="" src="http://cfabbridesigns.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/IMG_3411.jpg" width="640" height="480" srcset="http://cfabbridesigns.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/IMG_3411.jpg 640w, http://cfabbridesigns.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/IMG_3411-300x225.jpg 300w, http://cfabbridesigns.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/IMG_3411-500x375.jpg 500w" sizes="(max-width: 640px) 100vw, 640px"></p>
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Jul 16, Easy Sew Costumes - 04 Mar 2019 03:40

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Making easy sew costumes for children or adults is a fun and imaginative way to save money and indulge your creative side as the same time. Costumes for holidays, plays or other events are usually simple, relying more on props than the actual costume for effect. In addition, most costumes are easily alterable to accommodate other situations as well. For example, you can use a tutu for both a ballerina or fairy costume.

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<h2>Kids Easy Sew Costume Ideas</h2>
<img alt="boy costume ideas" src="https://www.kids-sewing-projects.com/image-files/tn_boyscostumes.jpg]]&lt;span class=" caption="" boy="" costume="" ideas:="" <br="" /> Easy ladybug sweatshirt, court jester, double-sided cape project
<h3>Bumblebee Costume </h3> Easy sew costumes include bumblebee or other insect costumes because most insects are recognizable by wings, which are simple to make. The costume requires:

First, measure the child’s shoulder width. Cut material for that length and add 12 inches more. Pieces of the fleece should be about 4- 1/2 to 5 inches wide. Sew together the strips of yellow and black, alternating colors. Make two squares of these strips. Then attach the squares by sewing the sides together however leave holes for the head and arms. Attach pipe cleaners to a black headband.
<h3>Mother Nature Costume </h3> Most easy sew costumes are costumes on which small decorations need glued or pinned. This is a nice, non-scary costume for a girl at Halloween. The materials required:

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<li>Leaves and <a target="_blank" href="http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002135DH4/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&amp;camp=1789&amp;creative=390957&amp;creativeASIN=B002135DH4&amp;linkCode=as2&amp;tag=httpwwwkidsco-20&amp;linkId=G65BFZ2TREXS4IA4" rel="nofollow" onclick="return FIX.track(this); silk flowers]&lt;/li&gt;
&lt;li&gt;old dress or skirt&lt;/li&gt;
&lt;li&gt;Twigs for a nest&lt;/li&gt;
&lt;li&gt;Small, stuffed bird (available at craft stores)&lt;/li&gt;
&lt;li&gt;Undecorated face mask&lt;/li&gt;
&lt;li&gt;Glue &lt;br/&gt;&lt;/li&gt;
&lt;/ul&gt; Sew leaves and flowers onto the skirt as decoration. Glue smaller flowers and leaves to the facemask. Make a nest from twigs and place the bird into the nest. Sew this on the shoulder or make a hat using the nest. Use your imagination to enhance the costume. Mother Nature easy sew costumes are also convenient for trick-or-treating because the child can wear pants under the skirt if it is chilly.&lt;h3&gt;Elf Costume &lt;/h3&gt; Purchase red or green tights, an extra-large green or red sweatshirt, and a striped turtleneck. Make a vest from the sweatshirt, cutting the sleeves with a pair of zigzag scissors. Sew ribbon or lace around the sleeves and on the vest. Use a wide ribbon as a belt. &lt;p&gt;Either purchase or make an elf hat by cutting triangles from green
felt. Sew these pieces together to make a “cone” hat and attach a
tassel, pom-pom or bell at the top. Make elf shoes by tracing feet
onto a piece of paper and using this as a template when cutting felt
for wearing indoors or cutting felt to fit over a pair of shoes for
outdoor walking.&lt;/p&gt;&lt;h3&gt;M&amp;M costume&lt;/h3&gt; &lt;span&gt;by Michelle&lt;/span&gt; &lt;p&gt;I got this extra fabric from a
friend. I had no idea what to do with it until I saw an M&amp;M.
All I did was sew 2 circles around a hula hoop. We called my
children the fuzzy M&amp;M's. At school, the kids loved them and
they were a huge hit. The next year, we went to an assembly. At
the assembly, the principal asked the children what was the best
Halloween costume they had ever saw. The kids shouted out, " the&#13;="" fuzzy="" m&amp;m's"="" and="" i="" just="" smiled="" like="" any="" proud="" mother="" would.<="">
This easy sew costume idea would work well leaving a hole at the top and bottom and two arm holes for the child to wear the costume. Then cut a large letter M out of white felt. Hand sew on the front of the circle. Make a pumpkin costume Using the same idea above for the M&amp;M you can create a pumpkin by using orange fabric. Add green felt eyes, nose and mouth.
<h3>Fairy Costume </h3> This onclick=&quot;return FIX.track(this); fairy costume works well for not only a fairy, Tinkerbell, ballerina, princess or a good witch.
onclick=&quot;return FIX.track(this); [[image https://www.kids-sewing-projects.com/image-files/fairycostume.jpg&quot; alt=&quot;fairy costume &quot;/&gt;<h3>Girl Costume Ideas</h3> Make a witch dress out of current black dress and top with a witch hat
Make a devil costume out of a red dress and add red horns on a headband.<p></p></a></li>
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For Babies and Babes: Little Mason - 01 Mar 2019 03:07

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