Lucky Hedbanz

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We had so much fun with our Valentine Hedbanz cards, that I’m back with a set for St. Patrick’s Day. If you aren’t familiar with the game HedBanz* here’s a quick break down. You wear awesome plastic headbands that have a slit to hold the card. Without looking at the card you insert it into the slit, and then by asking questions you try to figure out what you are. Kind of like 20 questions. Only instead of 20 questions, you are racing against a timer. If you get it before your time is up you pick another card and keep asking until your time expires. Then it’s the next person’s turn. When it comes around to you again, you pick up asking questions where you left off before. It promotes logical thinking and a lot of laughs! If you don’t have the game, I bet you could make elastic headbands, like the elastic hair ties only larger, and they would [Read More...]

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Shamrock Soda

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I was so excited to stick these in my kids lunch on St. Patrick’s Day…until I realized that St. Patty’s falls on a Sunday this year But I think they might get a green lunch surprise on Friday instead. Oh, and wouldn’t they be cute little good luck drinks for a sporting event or test day? Just download the file, print, cut, and wrap around the bottle. I used little bottles of Sprite and secured the label with tape. {Remember, all printables and downloads designed by The Crafting Chicks are for PERSONAL USE ONLY. Please do not alter or claim as your own. This file is not intended for resale, nor are the printed versions of this file. Feel free to send your friends and link back to www.thecraftingchicks.com if you like our printables, and we’d appreciate a comment if you download.} Pin It

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St. Patrick’s Day Ideas: Leprechaun Traps

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Hey! Kirsten and I will be on Channel 2′s Fresh Living today sharing fun ideas to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with your kids! Set the DVR or tune in at 1 pm if you want to catch us (you can see the segment right here!) In our house there’s a mischievous little leprechaun that visits  St. Patrick’s Eve and he wreaks all sorts of havoc on our home. He leaves little foot prints all over the house, clues that takes us on a gold hunt are mysteriously left behind, our furniture is turned over, and he always turns our milk green. Trouble I tell you! In order to put a stop to this we’ve started leaving out a leprechaun trap in the hopes of taking care of this leprechaun once and for all. Here are a couple different ideas, if you’d like to set a leprechaun trap this year too! The main point is to have fun and let imaginations [Read More...]

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