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Friday, March 6, 2015

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Thank you to everyone who shared with us last week!! There were so many great ideas. I had a hard time choosing features, but with all the snow outside, I am ready for spring. So my features this week are Rainbows and St. Patrick's Day and a few of My Favorites. Be sure to check back at last week's party for even more in these themes. This is just a sampling.



Rainbows and St. Patrick's Day



1) From Tutus and Tea Parties: Paper Plate Craft: St. Patrick's Day Pot of Gold

2) From Playground Park Bench: St. Patrick's Day Fun: Gold Under the Rainbow

3) From Christianity Cove: Rainbow Jello Bible Snack & a Lesson on God's Faithfulness

4) From Brain Power Boy: Leprechaun Trap LEGO Designs

5)  From Science Kiddo: Magic Milk: Process Art and Science for Kids

6) From Powerful Mothering: Sort and Count Rainbow Puzzle Busy Bag

7) From Living Montessori Now: Montessori Inspired Rainbow Activities with Spielgaben

8) From Modern Preschool: Rainbow Writing in Preschool

9) From  Where Imagination Grows: Spring Crafts: Stained Glass Rainbow Collages


My Favorites


1) From Multicultural Kid Blogs: Celebrating Purim (picture is Purim in Israel)

2) From Planet Smarty Pants: Lego Egg Racers

3) From Keitha's Chaos: Story Themed Lunches

4) From Rubberboots and Elf Shoes: Spring Blossom Transient Art

5) From The Mad House: Cake Case Daffodils

Thank you to everyone who shared last week!! I hope you will join us and share again!! If you are featured here, please feel free to grab a featured button to display proudly on your blog. 

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From Your Hostess:
I co-host the Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop (it runs all month on several blogs and any cultural post can be shared there). This week I shared my March Happenings with many announcements about the month and some changes, a review of Tru Colour Bandages with some help from a friend, ideas for a My Garden themed birthday party, my post for the Multicultural Kid Blogs' Women's History Month Series on Hypatia, the first known name of a female mathematician, and our doll Easter baskets.











Now for This Week's Party 


A Few Simple Guidelines: 
1)  Please follow Crafty Moms Share via one of the other ways that work for you.  

2)  Link any kid-friendly, child-centered post. Please no etsy shops or giveaways, etc.  Remember to link to your actual post. 

3) Post the Sharing Saturday button on your sidebar or somewhere on your blog to help spread the word.
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4) I would love it if you would follow me on FacebookGoogle+, and Pinterest 

5) Please visit at least 3 other posts linked up. Pin, share or comment please!

6) If you do not have a blog, but want to share an idea you can leave it in the comments or e-mail it to me with a picture (if possible).

 
 Disclaimer: By sharing here, you are giving Crafty Moms Share permission to use your photos for features and to pin your craft at Pinterest.