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Thursday, September 24, 2009

Seattle Examiner Feature

FALL Shopping For Your Family
With Seattle Etsy Finds

I was thrilled when I was contacted by Adriana van Dam of the Seattle Examiner when she wanted to feature my bib in an article highlighting local Etsy artists.

Adriana did a great job on the article and I was even more excited to be featured with another EtsyBABY team mate, Elise Hooper of Elise Hooper Designs.

You can see the entire article HERE.

Project Fun Friday - Color Mix

Mixing Colors

Tempura Paint, Red, Yellow & Blue

Plastic Ziploc Bag

Durable Tape *

Following the chart above, squirt two of the colors in the plastic bag and seal it.

Have your child rub the two sides of the plastic bag together between their hands for a

count of five. Inspect the bag with your child discussing the the color inside the bag.

Repeat this process until the color has transformed into the color on the chart.

The idea of this process it to have your child use their thought process to determine the outcome without knowing it before hand as well as working their motor skills and counting skills.

* Using the tape is optional, but if you want an extra safety precaution from keeping the paint coming out of the top than I would do this. I never used the tape and the bag always stayed sealed, but mishaps do happen.

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Project Fun Friday - Simple Snack


Celery, Washed and dried *
Peanut Butter


This is a simple, easy, healthy snack with all the fixings right in your very own kitchen.

This project is simple enough that I would let your child make this on their own. I would suggest letting your child use a plastic knife, butter knife or a cream cheese knife to spread the peanut butter on the celery.

This is a great motor skill, eye-hand coordination, as well as directive project for your child.

Remember, with any project you should always supervise your child.

* Another alternative is to use cream cheese.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

On The Dot Creations - Feature

Wrap N Snap Car Seat Belt Covers

Julie, from On The Dot Creations, featured my primary colored, polka dot, Wrap N Snap Car Seat Belt Covers
on her blog today.

Her polka dot feature was inspired by a sweet photo of her son sitting with Bert and Ernie, from Sesame Street.

I love her wonderful selection of products based on her pallet of colors.

Thank you, Julie for a wonderful feature!

You can see the full feature HERE.

Friday, September 4, 2009



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Big SALE on Bibs!




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