4th of July Craft for your Paleo Kid

Its no secret that just about every Paleo recipe has 4+ eggs!

Recently we decided that it was a good idea to buy the 2 1/2 dozen eggs..It comes in a case like this..


When I saw it I immediately saw its crafting potential!

This craft is super simple you need one egg carton like this..


                                                                                     I painted the carton like this..so my daughter would know what colors went where

Make sure your Paleo Kid has on something that will cover their clothes!!!!

  I had my PK put on her paint shirt AFTER she painted her shirt.. ugh

Red acrylic paint

Blue acrylic paint

White acrylic paint

3 Paint brushes

A piece of cord/ribbon to hang it

Hole puncher

Something to put the paint on..we used a paint palette but you could use a paper plate

She did a great job it turned out beautiful!

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Paint white dots on the blue part of the flag to represent the stars

Punch two holes and string your cord/ribbon through it, tie a knot at the top and hang!


Enjoy having your PK egg carton flag displayed!

I would love to see how it turned out!


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Have a blessed week!



Easy and Fun Father’s Day Craft!

This is a great and super easy craft idea for Fathers Day.  Charlotte really enjoyed painting and putting this together for her Papa. 
Here’s the link that gives the instructions for the craft and where you’ll find lots of other cute ideas for Father’s Day! 
We did our project a little different, Charlotte was very happy with how it turned out.
1. I helped Charlotte put together a list of things that she loved about her papa.
2. Charlotte painted an appropriate number of popsicle sticks to accommodate her list, with one extra that says “Papa”.
3. Charlotte isn’t writing yet so I wrote her things that she loves about her papa on each stick. (I messed one up, just flipped it over and started again.)
4. Using a hot glue gun we glued the sticks on top of two colored popsicle sticks.
5. Lastly, we glued a ribbon to her project so he can proudly hang it up!
Don’t forget Dad! Father’s Day is Sunday June 15th!
If you make this with your kiddo I would love to see it!
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