With January’s virtuous salad eating days behind us, February’s candy-coated glitter and lace have descended upon us. The threat is everywhere. The drive-thru pharmacy window is now a necessity, lest you enter the store and leave with three samplers of waxy chocolate the size of your head. Walking across the office means grabbing a handful [...]
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Celebrate Valentine’s Day this week (Feb. 12-17) at The Children’s Museum of Phoenix. Art Studio Manager John Bomhoff shares instructions. Ages: preschool (with assistance) and above. Materials: 6” X 9” pieces of red, white, pink, magenta and purple construction paper Pencils Scissors Glue sticks or white glue Markers Paper fasteners (optional) Instructions: Create a heart [...]
This darling door garland is made of recycled cereal boxes! We cut three tall, skinny heart shapes out of the front and back panels of two cereal boxes. Because this project should have a rustic feel, the hearts do not need to be perfect. Freehand it! Paint one or two hearts red or just leave [...]
Lynn Trimble pauses to share the love with RAK readers, subscribers and advertisers as Valentine”s Day reminds us all to stop and smell the roses.
Spread the love this Valentine’s Day with a simple decoration your family can make with paper, staples and string! The paper hearts for this Valentine’s Day garland are easy to assemble. If you have youngsters helping, be sure to let them practice pattern-making skills as you string the garland. Supplies Colored construction or scrapbook paper [...]
Valentine’s Day is really not that far away, or so it seems by all the decorations and candy that have been out since the week after Christmas! I have received several ideas via email this week that I would like to share with parents or any couple that would like a romantic (and unique) getaway. [...]
As the nation observes President’s Day, Lynn Trimble looks at performance art — past and future — with a political theme.
I was trying to think when this tradition started, and I couldn’t remember. Then I thought about the other traditions that my family shares, and I really can’t think of the exact origins of any of them. I guess that’s the great thing about traditions – they have just always been there. This one usually [...]
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