crafts for kids: 2 fun ideas from \'dad\'s book of awesome projects\' by mike adamick
The project in Mike Adamick\'s New Process series, Dad\'s Awesome Project book, is not designed for experts-
It might be fun to just want some good, clean family.
Thoughtful ick, a Thoughtful blogger who dedicated his father to his daughter Emmeline, shared from relatively simple (homemade Play-Doh)
More ambitious people
As he wrote in the book: \"I\'m just a few stops --at-
Dad at home became obsessed and ecstatic about the prospect of playing with my daughter at home.
\"There are two items in this book that we are looking forward to trying.
If you can\'t find them this weekend, don\'t worry--
Waiting for you all summer!
Here\'s what you need: Here\'s what you\'re going to do: Dad tip: Don\'t be afraid of overlapping parts.
If you need to fill in the blanks, just add more Mod Podge and cut a piece to install.
By the time of the second shoe, you will find that you are a real expert in this area.
The project was fun and easy, so we started making gifts for our friends.
Next: What you need for homemade ice cream: What you have to do is: Dad tip: This is the basic recipe, but you can modify it before you put milk or ice cream in the bag.
For example, instead of adding a cup of flavor, Cook ginger or cinnamon sticks with milk on the stove for about ten minutes.
Then filter, cool, and make ice cream with milk.
What about the orange cardamom?
Stewed milk with orange peel and spices for 10 minutes. . . mmm.
While more sugar means a smoother texture, you can also change the amount of sugar to reduce its lumps.
Have fun and experiment with lots of batches.
You can\'t really go wrong.
Excerpt from Dad\'s awesome project: from stilts and stilts
Capes, the hero of Tinker box and Seesaws, 25 interesting things-It-
Mike Adamick\'s project for the family was released by Adams Media.