I love paper lanterns. They are always so cheerful and festive and they're easy to make too! Chiaki Creates shares a tutorial on how to make paper lantern ornaments and once you learn the technique you can make them any size you'd like.
Roofing felt is new to me but after reading the description and seeing this gorgeous Georgia O'Keefe flower art I'm ready to give it a try. MaryMaking has all the details plus more artwork created by Kindergartners through fourth grade students.
Since cooking is not a passion of mine, I love watching cooking shows for inspiration and motivation and Netflix has a huge selection for streaming. They are something the whole family can enjoy and maybe inspire them too. Who knows, the next Iron Chef could be one of your kids!
Good Eats with Alton Brown is definitely a favorite and popular with kids too. With his focus on the science and history of food it's a great supplement to your kids education over summer break. My favorite episode is Peachy Keen!
Chopped is a fun and creative food competition. It's always interesting to see what the chefs make from the unusual ingredients.
Iron Chef America is great entertainment from the dishes that are created to the flames and speedy chopping!
Chef the movie is a sweet story of a chef turning a food truck into his dream restaurant. A perfect movie for family movie night.
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Take a look at this beautiful spring artwork found at Leon, Not On The Walls! Besides the flowers and blooming trees, I love the birds that have been painted separately and then added onto some branches.
By combining four sections of accordion-folded paper, Art Bar shows you how to put them together to create these large pinwheels. Add watercolors and dashes of gold paint and you have some gorgeous pinwheels to decorate with!