I am not crafty in the kitchen, unless you count using foodstuffs as craft supplies, like I did when we painted the sidewalk in cornstarch and water.
No doubt the couriers were a little curious about the giant white splotch, and I'm sure they kept their eyes to the skies as a result! The spill (that became a firework) lasted for well over a week, so if you try this craft, be aware that you’ll have to rinse it off. From Happy Hooligans:
When looking for opportunities to play, it’s good to have leftovers available. I will readily admit, most leftover dishes don’t get me excited. However, this one was fantastic the next day, and provides ample excuse to dip garlic bread into pools of melted cheese.
Pizza soup- it’s way better than it sounds. My husband pictured slices in a blender, but this is just a hearty soup with pizza spices and toppings simmering all day (oh yes - bonus - it’s made in the Crockpot!).
In getting ready for the Fall events and Halloween decorations, I'm trying to purge my crafts table. I thought I might wood burn a few peg dolls for fun on Wednesday night, before I sent the rest away. Two hours later ....
And Son One discovered them and started working with them to make Disney princesses. So the peg dolls are staying. The struggle is real.
Son One's own struggles began at the Tennessee State Fair when he learned he wasn't going to get to ride any of the rides. He complained bitterly as we walked up the entrance's steep hill and across the hot pavement. He declared it "the worst fair day ever," until he found he'd won a red second place ribbon in the youth Fine Arts division.