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In lieu of the holiday season, most of us will need wrapping paper! You can use this idea for the holidays or just for birthdays throughout the year. It’s called Marble Painted Wrapping Paper and is the craft for this Wednesday!
C/O (Somewhat Simple)
This fun project can be done outside if you still have nice weather, or can be done in a garage or inside with something underneath the wrapping paper.
- White wrapping paper
- Marbles (not required)
- Paint brushes
- Paint (easy to remove)
“I measured out the size of wrapping paper that we needed for our gift and headed outside with my daughters in tow. We placed the wrapping paper in Riley’s kiddie swimming pool and covered the marbles in paint. We placed the marbles in the center of the paper and Riley began pulling up the sides of the paper to make the marbles roll. She loved every second of it. I, being the teacher that I am, pointed out that as she raised the wrapping paper higher the faster the marble rolled and the less paint that got on the paper. We tried out all different angles to make different patterns,” (Jenny, The NY Melrose Family).
This craft idea is great because you an customize it to your needs and wants! Above is how Jenny did it, but use you and your children’s creativity and do this fun idea however your heart desires!
New photos of Kim Kardashian and baby, North, were captured this week! This is an exciting occurrence considering the new mom has been surprisingly private throughout her first few months of motherhood. Kim looks calm, cool, and collected while doting on baby Nori on her balcony in LA.
Earlier this week, Kim was spotted showing off her fit post-baby bod in Hollywood! Donning a tight leather skirt just four months after giving birth, Kim was the envy of new moms everywhere. The blonde-for-now bombshell recently opened up to Jay Leno about the overwhelming amount of “fat-shaming” she experienced during her pregnancy, adding that the harsh criticism of her figure, “really hurt”, and continues to affect the way she conducts herself in public. I think it’s safe to say she proved the haters wrong!
While Kim may be concerned with the media’s body pressures, Jennifer Lawrence, 23, sure isn’t! The Hunger Games starlet talks about her hate of dieting and exercise in the December issue of InStyle Magazine, stating, “nothing can motivate me… During ‘Hunger Games,’ when I was eating ungodly amounts, I used to tell myself, ‘Stop eating, people are going to see this. This movie is going to be around forever.’ But nope! I was like, I still want candy and I still want a hot dog!” No wonder she is America’s sweetheart!
- Hollywood Life
One unconventional holiday that is happening in November is Peanut Butter month! Love it or hate it, peanut butter can be a good nutritional snack on the go and is a staple in sandwiches. Today for recipe Monday we are going to give a variety of recipes with peanut butter in them. The three recipes will give a lunch/snack idea, a dinner concoction and a yummy gooey peanut butter dessert.
Our first peanut butter showcase is a light healthy lunch or snack called Chicken and Peanut Butter Lettuce Wraps. It sounds self explanatory, and mostly is but there are a few surprise ingredients to make this quick meal sophisticated.
- 1 cup diced rotisserie chicken meat
- ¾ cup diced apple (that has been peeled and cored)
- 1/3 cup diced red onion
- 20 seedless red grapes, halved
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- 1 tablespoon creamy natural peanut butter
- 1 tablespoon olive oil or light mayonnaise
- 1 tablespoon honey
- 4 leaves of iceberg or romaine lettuce
- In a medium bowl, combine chicken, apple, onion, grapes and salt. Set aside.
- In a small bowl, combine peanut butter, mayonnaise and honey and stir well.
- Pour sauce over chicken mixture and toss to coat.
- Spoon filling into open lettuce leaf and roll up.
- Serve and enjoy!
Tip: if you do not want to put chicken in, substitute with tofu or white beans to still have good protein in the dish.
C/O (Salu Salo)
Our next recipe is great as a meal on its own or a just a side dish.
What you’ll need
- 1 pound linguini, angel hair pasta, or soba noodles
- 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter
- 5 tablespoons rice wine vinegar
- 5 tablespoons sesame oil
- 4 tablespoons soy sauce
- 2 teaspoons peeled and grated fresh ginger root
- 1 small garlic clove, crushed
- 4 scallions, trimmed and cut
- Optional toppings: grated carrot, scallion (sliced into rounds), cucumber (peeled, seeded, and thinly sliced), toasted sesame seeds, and chopped peanuts
How to make it
- Cook the noodles according to the package directions, then drain and rinse with cold water.
- In a large bowl, blend together the peanut butter, vinegar, sesame oil, soy sauce, ginger, and garlic.
- Add the noodles or pasta, toss well, then garnish with the toppings. Serve at room temperature. Serves 4 to 6.
C/O (Nicole Joy Inspire)
The last (dangerous) recipe we have to share is the Chocolate Peanut Butter Slice dessert. Just looking at this picture made me run to the store and purchase the ingredients, and it was worth it!!
- 1 cup almonds
- 2 tbs raw cacao powder
- 3 tbs peanut butter
- 2 tbs rice syrup
- 1 – 2 tbs coconut oil
1. Process the nuts + the cacao powder. 2. Add peanut butter, coconut oil (start off with 1 tbs) + rice syrup. Taste + adjust sweetness if necessary 3. Press into the bottom of a 20 x 20 cm shallow tray. Set aside to prepare the filling.
- 3 tbs natural peanut butter
- 2 tbs coconut oil
- 1 tbs rice syrup
1. Melt all the ingredients over low heat. 2. Spoon over base + place in freezer for at least 1 hour.
- 50g cacao butter
- 1 tbs raw cacao powder
- 1 – 2 tbs rice syrup
1. Melt cacao butter over low heat 2. Add cacao + whisk in syrup to taste
3. Remove filling + base from freezer and pour chocolate over evenly. Return to freezer for at least 2-3 hours or frozen through
Once frozen through the slice will be easy to cut into even sized squares. Best kept in the freezer.
Enjoy Peanut Butter Lovers Month and let us know how you like these recipes!
Today for Fashion Friday we are mixing it up and giving you not only an outfit inspiration, but a makeup look and tutorial too!One trend that has been big for the Fall 2013 season is metallics. Even though Fall is coming to an end, this trend can be transferred into winter wear. To get a fresh, original holiday outfit, you can wear a metallic skirt with any of the following items: tights, over-the-knee socks, a sweater, a button down and even a dark denim shirt can work well! For shoes you could do a boot, a pair of fancy flats or any closed toe pump.
Here we see celebrity Sarah Hyland pair a titanium colored metallic skirt with a white short-sleeved blouse and grey metallic pointy-toe pumps. She also is wearing a bold lip color which is our inspiration for the holiday makeup look we will link below!
Here the longer midi-metallic skirt is paired with black tights for a chillier climate, black mary-janes and a white long sleeve cozy sweater. This more conservative look is still fashion forward and on trend while staying warm!
C/O (Kelly In The City)
This last look is great because you can wear it to the office during the day and then wear it straight to a party at night! To keep this outfit work appropriate, keep makeup neutral and wear simple accessories. To jazz this look up for night, try the makeup tutorial linked below, throw on a statement necklace complimentary to the skirt and let your hair down!
Jaclyn Hill is providing this makeup tutorial for a bold, red lip look. This look as she says, “is the little black dress of the makeup world”. This look is timeless, classy and is great for the holiday season!
C/O (Jaclyn Hill)
The latest trend on Facebook is something that everyone can appreciate: publicly praising things that you are grateful for this Thanksgiving! It’s a pleasant surprise to see such a positive Facebook trend emerging amongst the countless questionable ones. Thousands have logged on to their Facebook accounts to post one thing that they are grateful for each day this November, leading all the way up to Thanksgiving. These posts can range from the silly (I’m thankful for my warm, fuzzy slippers), to the sentimental (I’m thankful for my mother’s unending love and support), and are meant to inspire others to participate and let the world know why they are grateful. This trend intends to prompt us to examine what/who we may take for granted, and focus on the good stuff. We could all use a little extra time to reflect on what makes our lives so special. So, why not take to your Facebook and let your family and friends know that you appreciate them (as well as your favorite slippers) ?
It’s that time of the year: HOLIDAY SEASON! It truly is an exciting time of the year with lots going on for family and friends. There’s parties, food, presents and decorating to be done to set that festive mood. Today we are showcasing two kid and family friendly crafts that can be used as decorations and getting in touch with what the holidays are all about.
First on the list is a creative, beautiful vintage-y Chanukah print on paper.
(C/O Creative Jewish Mom)
- Styrofoam trays, or any other source of hard styrofoam, such as cups, or the containers holding those delicious ice cream mini bars (here I gave you a good excuse to buy some, don’t you love this blog?)
- Acrylic Paint, or any paint that is stiff — if you can shake the bottle it’s too runny!
- Paper: nice cardstock for you to make beautiful cards, something simpler for the kids, can be white or colored
- Scissors and ball-point pens
- Cut off sides of trays to obtain a flat piece of styrofoam, cut cups in half and cut off bottoms
- Draw a design or picture onto the styrofoam piece using a ball-point pen, and applying pressure so that your drawing causes an imprint in the foam. Alternatively, cut shapes from the styrofoam and use those for printing (top image in this post was done that way)
- Paint a thin coat of not-runny paint to your styrofoam piece, carefully place on paper, press down with your fingers, gently lift from paper to see your print. It takes a bit of practice to get the right combination of amount of paint and how much pressure to apply, but don’t get discouraged the results are worth it! Note: If you are using pieces of styrofoam cup that aren’t totally flat, print using a rocking motion.
- Draw on pieces of styrofoam using a ball-point pen
- Apply paint to your pieces and print! (The 5 1/2 year old on the right was able to make multiple prints with no assistance from mom. You will need to apply a new coat of paint for each print).
The great thing about knowing how to make these styrofoam prints is that that they can be used for any holiday or celebration! Have fun and Happy Chanukah!
Our next craft is for Thanksgiving. These handmade turkeys are festive, but they also give the kids a chance to think about what they are thankful for.
(C /O The Party Dress)
1. Toilet Paper Roll
2. Glue/Glue Stick
4. 2 Googly Eyes
5. Craft Feathers
6. Construction Paper/Cardstock
7. Beak & Waddle (foam sticker or cut from construction paper)
- Cut 5-8 feathers from the construction paper/cardstock.
- Have your child write someone/something they are thankful for on each of the paper tail feathers (if your child is too young to write themselves, simply ask them what they’re thankful for and write for them).
- Glue the tail feathers to the back of the toilet paper roll.
- Cover the toilet paper roll with glue and stick the craft feathers to the body.
- Glue the eyes onto the front and stick the beak & waddle stickers to the front (if you do not have stickers, cut a small triangle from yellow paper for the beak and peanut shape from red paper for the waddle).
These crafts are easy and fun filled for you, your family and friends. Enjoy the quality time and enjoy the whole holiday season!!
We’re sorry to say it, Beliebers, but Justin Bieber’s bad year has no end in sight. According to E! News, this past weekend the pop star performed to a sold-out audience in Sao Paolo, Brazil. Things took an uncomfortable turn when Bieber made scene, dramatically storming off stage mid-song when a fan’s water bottle hit his hand. He later ignored the incident, thanking his fans.
In addition to his many recent club sightings, the 19-year-old was allegedly spotted partying at a Brazilian brothel! Insiders claim that Justin looked very pleased, dancing shirtless surrounded by lots of scantily clad Brazilian ladies. Yikes, not the best place for an underage pop star, not to mention, a world-wide role model. Get it together, Bieber! We’re rootin’ for ya.
With the weather getting colder, festivity is in the air. The holiday season is quickly approaching and there are many events where you might need to bring a yummy dish! And with all the parties and food going around, we all know our waist lines could use a break with a healthy treat. Here is a simple flavorful recipe from our very own Live Well Colorado for delicious sweet Pumpkin Dip.
- 1 can pumpkin puree (not pie filling)
- 1 cup low-fat cream cheese (softened)
- 1/4 cup powdered sugar
- 1 tsp ground cinnamon
- 1/8 tsp ground nutmeg
Using an electric mixer or blender, mix all ingredients together until smooth. Serve with whole wheat graham crackers, apple wedges, or as a spread on whole wheat toast or bread. For a festive touch, scoop dip into a hollowed-out miniature pumpkin or squash and serve.
- See more at: http://livewellcolorado.org/healthy-living/healthy-lifestyle/recipe-center/sweet-pumpkin-dip#sthash.waeSBT4t.dpuf
Recommendations to dip in:
I’m sure you’ve all heard the buzz about kale; the superfood is known to provide a multitude of vitamins and minerals, such as fiber, vitamin K, vitamin C, vitamin A, and calcium (just to name a few!) Kale can be enjoyed in many different ways: steamed, boiled, raw etc. Here’s one of my favorite kale recipes that is inspired by True Food Kitchen‘s Tuscan Kale Salad. It uses raw kale and is easy to whip up in as little as ten minutes!
Tuscan Kale (as much as you want depending on how hungry you are!)
1/4 cup Panko bread crumbs
1/4 cup Extra virgin olive oil
1/4 cup lemon juice
Shredded Parmesan cheese
1 garlic clove
- Chop up kale and throw into medium-sized bowl
- Mix olive oil, minced garlic and lemon juice in small bowl, then dress the kale with it
- Let dressing sit on kale for at least 5 minutes (the longer you let it sit, the more the kale will absorb the dressing)
- Add parmesan and bread crumbs and you’re all set!
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