Painting Tortillas

Did you know you can paint tortillas or toast. This super simple tip will make snack time more fun.

Painting your food

Here is what we used:

Food coloring

New Paint Brush


Edible eyes

Powered sugar (optional)

Dinosaur Cookie Cutters

We cut out shapes with dinosaur cookie cutter to go with out theme this month.

To make the paint we just used milk and food coloring. I added a tablespoon of power sugar to make ours a little sweet.

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Dinosaur Melted Beads in Cookie Cutter

The kids love this cookie cutter, bead craft so much at Christmas we did it again for dinosaur month.


Here is what we used:
Aluminum Foil

Peler Beads

Dinosaur Cookie Cutters

1. Line a pan with aluminum foil place cookie cutters on top, and spray with cooking spray.

2. We separate the beads into colors. Green went in the T-rex, yellow in the Stegosaurus and so on.

3. Bake at 400 for 10 mins or until melted.

4.  I took them out and placed in freezer for a few mins.

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Salt Dough Snowmen

How cute are these little guys? I was a little doubtful due to other salt dough fails but we had no issues.


I saw these snowmen at Dollar Store Crafts and had to give it a try. Click over and see how cute hers are.

We used:
1 cup flour
1/2 cup salt
1/2 cup water
acrylic paint
2 toothpicks

Make the dough by kneading together salt, flour, and water.

Next make three balls (I had kids do this part) and smoosh together. 

My kids also colored the toothpicks with a orange marker.

Stick the toothpicks and twigs into dough before baking.

I baked them at 250 for 3hrs and let cool

Painted white with acrylic paint.

I used a sharpie for eyes and mouth and painted on bottons and a heart.

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Bottle Cap Snowman Ornament

We made these once with ribbon and it didn’t look right, the bottle caps would not stay in place. Pipe cleaners solved these little snowmen’s problems.

Bottle Cap Snowman Ornament

Here what we used:
Bottle caps
Acrylic paint
Spray paint
Pipe cleaners
Hot glue
Glue gun

Spray paint the outside of the bottle caplets unless you want to see the logo.

Paint the inside with acrylic paint ( it will stay better then the spray paint.

Once dry, use a marker to make the face and bottons.

Fold a pipe cleaner in half and hot glue the bottle caps into place.

We also cut a pipe cleaners into thirds and made scarfs.

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