Crafts

Make It: Marble Easter Eggs

Photo: David Croxford This three-step Easter egg coloring process is good for all ages. We suggest doing it in a ventilated area, nail polish fumes can be fairly strong. Materials Eggs. Use hard-boiled or plastic decorative eggs Nail polish, at…

Make It: Shaving or Whipped Cream Eggs

Photo: Janelle Kalawe-Ching Do your kids love making a mess? If so, they are sure to love this unconventional way to color Easter eggs using shaving or whipped cream and food coloring. Materials Shaving or whipped cream Gel food coloring…

Party Idea: Sleepover Camp

Photos: Karen DB Photography Décor Set up brightly colored tents and a picnic table full of outdoor snacks, and ask happy campers to pack their own sleeping bags and favorite stuffed animals. Our keiki had a great time at a local…

Make It: Foaming Soap Dispenser

Photo: Karen DB Photography We love foaming soap. The suds stay on little ones hands instead of slipping into the sink and our kids like playing with bubbles every time they wash up. Hereʻs a simple way to have some…

Make It: Keiki Decorated Dishes

Photo: Karen DB PhotographySharpies, ceramic dishes and a little baking time create an adorable, handdrawn keepsake for your cupboards. Here's a way to keep your little one's drawings forever. Let them deck out ceramic plates, mugs or bowls and bake…

Make It: Valentine’s Day Play Dough

Ingredients: 2 cups water 2 cups flour 1 cup salt 4 teaspoon cream of tartar 2 tablespoons cooking oil such as canola Red food coloring Mint or peppermint extract Glitter Cupcake liners Directions: Mix the flour, salt and cream of…