Free Baby Shower Bingo Printable Cards for a Boy Baby Shower

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Free Baby Shower Bingo Printable Cards for a Boy | CatchMyParty.com

 

Free Baby Shower Bingo Printable Cards

Baby shower bingo is such an easy way to add a fun activity to your baby shower. Michelle at Printabelle has designed these free baby shower bingo printable cards to help you put it all together.

Just print out the fifteen cards and instructions, and you're ready to go! I always find baby shower bingo to be the perfect ice breaker for your guests. It's a low stress way to get everyone together and laughing!

DOWNLOAD THE HIGH RESOLUTION FILES FOR PRINTING HERE:

Free Baby Shower Printables

And the best part is we designed this set to match our adorable "It's a Boy" free baby shower printables set designed by Green Apple Paperie. Now you can have an entire coordinated party!

Free Boy Baby Shower Party Printables | CatchMyParty.com

 

Blue and Yellow Party Supplies

And if you need blue and yellow baby shower party supplies, we've got those too in the Catch My Party Store. We've got everything from all the coolest candy to the pretty tableware to some awesome decorations (including many DIY items). Now you have everything you need to throw a very special party!

 

Blue and Yellow Baby Shower Party Supplies | CatchMyParty.comHope you now have any easy time putting together an adorable boy baby shower! Keep an eye out for our girl baby shower bingo cards that I'll be posting later this week...

And if you’d like any of the bingo card printables personalized, Michelle will do it starting at just $3 per file! To learn more about Michelle and see all the printable collections, head to Printabelle and the Printabelle Facebook page.

Party Planning Ideas Including Mickey Mouse, Chanel, and More!

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To give you lots of party planning ideas, check out my four favorite parties added to our site this week... including Mickey Mouse, Chanel, and more!

I picked a lovely pink and black Chanel Paris baby shower with a beautiful dessert table backdrop. Also, there's an amazingly detailed fishing birthday party for a boy turning five. VBrowse this fabulous Mickey Mouse safari birthday celebration with tons of Mickey fun.  And finally, I'm excited to show off an incredibly creative bowling birthday party with a beautiful cake.

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Summer is winding down for us. We have one week left, so we're heading to Monterey to check out the Monterey Bay Aquarium and Cannery Row.

I say this every year, but this was the fastest summer yet. It whizzed by! I'm looking forward to the school year and getting back into our groove. How about you? If your kids are heading back to school, are you sad or happy?

Arendelle Castle Cupcake Holder DIY

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Arendelle castle cupcake holder DIY | CatchMyParty.comFrozen parties are so popular on our site! I'm excited that Kaleigh from Krafts by Kaleigh is here with her fantastic Arendelle castle cupcake holder DIY that she showed off in her gorgeous Disney Frozen Coronation party. Here's how she did it...

Materials:

  • 9 empty toilet paper rolls
  • 2 empty paper towel rolls
  • 4 sheets of sparkle, white, 12x12 card stock
  • 4 sheets of teal, 12x12 card stock
  • 2 different sized boxes
  • Tape
  • Glue gun
  • White butcher paper
  • Glitter spray (we used Krylon Glittle Blast)
  • Scissors
  • Tooth picks
  • Cone template
  • Arendelle flags (printable from Krafts by Kaleigh) or you can use teal and purpled colored paper
  • Frozen themed straw flags (printable from Krafts by Kaleigh) or you can use teal and purpled colored paper
1.  Pull all your materials together.

DIY Arendelle Castle Cupcake Holder

2.  Wrap boxes in white butcher paper and secure with clear tape. Our box sizes were 16x5.5x3 and 8x4x4.

DIY Arendelle Castle Cupcake Holder

3.  Spray with glitter spray and let dry. HINT: Several coats leaves a thicker, more glittery finish!

Arendelle castle cupcake holder DIY | CatchMyParty.com

4.  Cut out 9 pieces of sparkle white paper measuring 5.75X 4. Cut out 2 pieces of sparkle white paper measuring 5.75X11. Hot glue white sparkle paper around all empty paper rolls. Arendelle castle cupcake holder DIY | CatchMyParty.com

5. Print out a cone shape template and cut out 10 cones from the teal paper. Staple or hot glue teal paper into a cone shape. Arendelle castle cupcake holder DIY | CatchMyParty.com

6.  Add hot glue to the rim of the empty tissue rolls one at a time and place the cone on top of the rolls.

Arendelle castle cupcake holder DIY | CatchMyParty.com

7.  Print and cut out Arendelle flags or cut out flower decorations with your colored paper.

Glue 2, 1 1⁄2” flower flags to the front of 2 paper towel rolls. Glue 4, 1” face flags to the front of 4 toilet paper rolls. HINT: We snipped the ends of our flags to give them more of a flag look!

Arendelle castle cupcake holder DIY | CatchMyParty.com

8. Print and cut at least 3 Arendelle straw flags or make them out of your colored paper. Fold straw flags in half and glue on tooth pick. Hot glue the toothpick flags to the top of the inside of 3 cones that do not have flags glued to the front. HINT: You will have to hold these in place while they dry.

Arendelle castle cupcake holder DIY | CatchMyParty.com

9.  Set up your Arendelle castle!

We put the longer box on the bottom and stood the shorter box up. The paper towel rolls go on the top corners on both sides. On the top of the longer box sits 4 toilet paper rolls and on the table sits another 4 and on the tall box sits 1. Arendelle castle cupcake holder DIY | CatchMyParty.com

10.  Place cupcakes around your castle fit for a queen! NOTE: To add different dimensions, we also included 3 pillars to set 3 cupcakes on!

Arendelle castle cupcake holder DIY | CatchMyParty.com

What a pretty Arendelle castle DIY, thanks, Kaleigh for letting us show it off! To learn more about Kaleigh, please visit her Etsy shopPinterest and Facebook pages.

And for more inspiration, check out these must-see Frozen parties from our site!

Ribbon Wands DIY

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Kristen and Missy from Sweetly Chic Events & Designs, are her with a beautiful ribbon wands DIY using just washi tape, dowels, and ribbon. These ribbon wands would be perfect at a princess or fairy party, or even for pretend play.

Nothing makes a little girl feel more like a fairy princess like the perfect ribbon wand! You can make your very own sparkly and sweet ribbon wand by following these quick and easy steps. They are the perfect addition to any princess ensemble or even as a fun party favor!

Washi Tape Ribbon Wands DIY | CatchMyParty.com

Supplies:

  • Thin Wooden Dowel
  • Satin Ribbon
  • Eye hook
  • Washi Tape
  • Scissors
Washi Tape Ribbon Wands DIY | CatchMyParty.com

Directions:

1.) Take your eye hook and screw it into the top of your wooden dowel. Our dowel was made of soft pine and screwed right in, but feel free to drill a starter hole if it won't screw in easily.

Washi Tape Ribbon Wands DIY | CatchMyParty.com

2.) Next, begin to wrap your wooden dowel in the washi tape (we chose a purple sparkly tape but you can use any colors your like!)

Washi Tape Ribbon Wands DIY | CatchMyParty.com

3.) Continue to wrap the washi tape around your dowel. This should leave you with a fully covered sparkly wand!

Washi Tape Ribbon Wands DIY | CatchMyParty.com

4.) Now cut six 12 inch strips of ribbon in your choice of color(s). We chose pink and purple to match our washi tape.

Washi Tape Ribbon Wands DIY | CatchMyParty.com

Washi Tape Ribbon Wands DIY | CatchMyParty.com

6.) Carefully thread your strands of ribbon through the eye hook. Be careful to ensure your ribbon strands are lined up.

Washi Tape Ribbon Wands DIY | CatchMyParty.com

7.) Tie a knot with the ribbon around the eye hook and pull tight. If your ribbon became a little uneven during the process, simply trim your edge so that they are the same length.

Washi Tape Ribbon Wands DIY | CatchMyParty.com

8.) This should leave you with a simple yet sweet washi tape ribbon wand for your princess!

Washi Tape Ribbon Wands DIY | CatchMyParty.com

Congratulations on creating your own beautiful and fun ribbon wand, suitable for any little princess or fairy! It can serve as a fun craft or dress up accent for your little one, or  as fun, frilly and easy party favor that all your party guests can take home!

Washi Tape Ribbon Wands DIY | CatchMyParty.com

Thanks Missy and Kristen, my daughter saw these photos and wants one! To learn more about Missy and Kristen, please visit them at Sweetly Chic Events & Designs, and on FacebookPinterest, and Instagram.

For more inspiration, check out all the princess parties and fairy parties on our site.

Egg Bread Hot Dog Bun Recipe

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Homemade egg bread hot dog bun recipe | CatchMyParty.com

We were asked by Hebrew National to come up with a recipe that would take our summer hot dog grilling to a whole new level. We came up with this egg bread hot dog bun recipe to give our Hebrew National hot dogs even more depth and flavor.

These buns are rich and eggy, and hold up nicely to the salty, smokiness, of the hot dog. They've got a crunchy exterior and a soft interior, and feel much more substantial (plus, much tastier) than buns you buy at the store.

Plus they were simple to make, and didn't they turn out looking great? How impressed would your friends be if you served these at your next BBQ!

EGG BREAD HOT DOG BUN RECIPE

Makes 12 buns

Ingredients:

For the dough:

  • 1 cup warm water (~110F )
  • 2 packets active dry yeast (1/4 ounce packages)
  • 4 cups flour
  • 6 large egg yolks
  • 3 tablespoons vegetable oil
  • 1/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 2 teaspoons kosher salt
For the egg wash:
  • 2 egg whites
  • 2 tablespoons water
  • 2 tablespoons sesame seeds
Directions:

In a large bowl, add the warm water and two packets of yeast. Place the warm water in a large bowl and sprinkle in the yeast. Let the bowl stand for 5-10 minutes to allow the yeast to activate.

Stir in the oil sugar, salt, and vegetable oil. Lightly beat the egg yolks in a separate bowl, then stir them in. Now add the flour and mix until it comes together in shaggy dough.

If you have a stand mixer with a dough hook, you can mix on low for 7 minutes. If not, turn it out onto a lightly floured surface and knead for about 15 minutes.

Homemade egg bread hot dog bun dough | CatchMyParty.com

Put the dough in a  lightly oiled bowl, cover, and let rise for an hour. The dough should double or triple in size.

Homemade egg bread hot dog bun dough | CatchMyParty.com

Punch the dough down, and let it rise for another 15 minutes. Divide the dough into 4 quarters, then cut each of those pieces into 3. Roll each piece out in your hands until they are about a foot long. The fold in half and twist.

Homemade egg bread hot dog bun recipe | CatchMyParty.com

Make an egg wash by mixing the egg whites and water. Brush onto the dough, coating thoroughly. Wait about 30 minutes, letting the wash dry and the dough rise a little more.

Preheat the oven to 350F. Brush the dough with the egg wash one more time. Sprinkle sesame seeds over the top.

Homemade egg bread hot dog buns recipe | CatchMyParty.com

Bake for about 20 minutes, until the outside is dark brown and crispy.

Homemade egg bread hot dog bun recipe | CatchMyParty.com

Homemade egg bread hot dog bun recipe | CatchMyParty.com

We served our hot dogs with Gulden's Mustard and Hunt's Ketchup, but if you want to add a little more heat, we recommend checking out our spicy habañero chimichurri recipe and our kimchi relish recipe, both delicious ways to spice things up.

Homemade egg bread hot dog bun recipe | CatchMyParty.com

Homemade egg bread hot dog buns recipe | CatchMyParty.com

Homemade egg bread hot dog buns recipe | CatchMyParty.com

With grilling season upon us, everyone is craving an all-American hot dog. What makes a kosher hot dog different? It's all about what makes the cut (and what doesn't). Hebrew National is choosy about what goes into their franks – only 100% pure kosher beef so you know what you’re getting and they taste great. No artificial flavors, colors, fillers or byproducts.

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Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Hebrew National via Mode Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Hebrew National.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Bars Recipe

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Peanut Butter and Jelly Bars Recipe | CatchMyParty.com

If you love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, check out our peanut butter and jelly bars recipe.

These bars are rich and creamy and have the perfect balance of salty (from the peanut butter) and sweet (from the jelly). They work great at a party, especially with kids, but you'd be surprised how many adults love them, too. I know, because I took them to a dinner party last night and the adults finished off more bars than the kids.

In this post, we were asked by PAM Cooking Spray to come up with a recipe that shows how easy cleanup is when cooking with PAM. Sure we all know spraying your pan with PAM before baking makes your desserts come out easily (like in this recipe), but  if you've ever had to scoop something sticky like peanut butter out of a measuring cup, you know how messy that can be.

Well, the secret to easy clean up is to spray the measuring cup with PAM beforehand, then your peanut butter slides out easily, and cleanup is a snap.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Bars Recipe | CatchMyParty.com

Peanut Butter and Jelly Bars Recipe | CatchMyParty.com

I even use this trick when scrambling eggs. My daughter loves scrambles eggs, but I can never get the cooked eggs off my plastic spatula. So I've started spraying it with PAM before cooking, and now my eggs don't stick and no more soaking and scrubbing.

It also works with cream cheese. I spray my knife before making cream cheese sandwiches, and now my knives have no more stuck on cream chease when they come out of the dishwasher.

Now back to the recipe...

PEANUT BUTTER AND JELLY BARS RECIPE

Makes 16 bars

  • 2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 2 teaspoons salt
  • 1/2 cup butter (1 stick) at room temperature
  • 1/2 cup peanut butter
  • 1 cup lightly packed light brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1/2 cup strawberry jam (or pick your favorite flavor)
  • 1/2 cup roasted peanuts
Directions: Preheat the oven to 350F. Thoroughly grease a 9 x 9 inch baking pan with Pam.

Mix the dry ingredient (flour, salt, and baking powder), and set aside.

Add the butter, sugar, egg, vanilla, and peanut butter to a mixing bowl. Remember to spray your measuring cup with PAM before you measure the peanut butter, so it will slide out easily. Beat on high for about 2-3 minutes until light and creamy.

Mix in the dry ingredients in three parts, until just combined. Because we substituted peanut butter for some of the butter in this recipe, the dough will be a thick and crumbly, but don't worry, it will cook up nicely.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Bars Recipe | CatchMyParty.com

Spray your pan generously with PAM, then using a spatula, to move the dough into the baking pan.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Bars Recipe | CatchMyParty.com

Smooth the top and bake for about 25-30 minutes.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Bars Recipe | CatchMyParty.com

The edges should be brown, and the top should just be starting to brown when it is done.

Let it cool, then cut out your bars. Spread a thin layer of jam on each one, then top with crushed peanuts.

Aren't they pretty?

Peanut Butter and Jelly Bars Recipe | CatchMyParty.com

Peanut Butter and Jelly Bars Recipe | CatchMyParty.com

Definitely pin our peanut butter and jelly bars recipe. These will be the hit of your next party, promise!

Peanut Butter and Jelly Bars Recipe | CatchMyParty.com

Leaving up to 99% less residue, PAM is your ally in the kitchen and allows you to save time during prep and clean up.

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Disclosure: Compensation was provided by ConAgra via Mode Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of ConAgra.

Frozen Parties - 10 You Must See!

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10 Must-See Frozen Parties | CatchMyParty.com

For all of you planning Frozen parties, you must see these gorgeous parties added by our community.

As you might have guessed, Frozen is a super popular party theme on our site, and there are so many ways to make it your own. You will see lots of unique dessert ideas, decor ideas, and favor ideas.

I'm  truly blown away by the creativity I see from these parties from all over the world. Take a look below (to see the whole party, click on the link or photo). Enjoy!

1. Glowing Frozen Party

10 Must-See Frozen Parties | CatchMyParty.com

2. Frozen Birthday Party

10 Must-See Frozen Parties | CatchMyParty.com

3. Frozen Playdate

10 Must-See Frozen Parties | CatchMyParty.com

4. Frozen Celebration

10 Must-See Frozen Parties | CatchMyParty.com

5. Snow Princess Frozen Party

 10 Must-See Frozen Parties | CatchMyParty.com

6. Snowy Frozen Party

10 Must-See Frozen Parties | CatchMyParty.com

7. Classic Frozen Party

10 Must-See Frozen Parties | CatchMyParty.com

8. Sophisticated Frozen Party

10 Must-See Frozen Parties | CatchMyParty.com

9. Snowman Frozen Party

10 Must-See Frozen Parties | CatchMyParty.com

10. Princess Frozen Party

10 Must-See Frozen Parties | CatchMyParty.com

If you need decorations for your party,  here is a link to a free set of Frozen party printables! Just print out as many as you need, cut them out, and decorate!

Free Frozen Party Printables | CatchMyParty.com

And if you need Frozen party supplies, you must check out our Frozen section in the Catch My Party Store!

We've got everything you'll need -- from tableware, to candy, to decorations -- to throw a beautiful party.

We've even got some of my favorite DIY supplies like baker's twine, pom poms, wooden utensils, mason jars, rock candy sticks, and gumball tubes. Plus, we have free shipping on orders $75 and up.

Frozen party supplies from the Catch My Party Store! | CatchMyParty.com

 

And if you throw a Frozen party, please add your photos to our site because I'm sure our community would love to see it!

Party Inspiration - Rainbow and Mermaid Parties!

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To give you lots of party inspiration this week, check out my favorite parties added to our site this week...

A lovely pastel rainbow birthday party, a stunning fiesta for a twin birthday, a gorgeous mermaid girl birthday party and a fantastic backyard camping birthday party. If these don't make you swoon, I'm not sure what will. :) I'm loving all the colors at each.

Party Inspiration - Rainbow and Mermaid Parties and More! | CatchMyParty.com

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Hope you found these parties inspiring. I sure did!

We're busy fine-tuning our new site. Launching it has been a real labor of love! Hope you are enjoying it, and if you have any feedback for us -- good and bad -- please shoot me an email at jillian(at)catchmyparty(dot)com. I'd LOVE to hear from you!

Back To School Craft Ideas

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Back to School Craft Ideas - Bookmarks DIY | CatchMyParty.com

I love fun back to school craft ideas. Michelle from Michelle's Party Plan-It is here with a fun back to  homemade bookmark DIY. What a great gift to give teachers and friends on the first day of school!

It’s still summer and if your kids are anything like mine, they are getting a little stir crazy. I’m always looking for fun ways to focus their energy and paper crafting is one of my favorite activities we can do together. Today I’m sharing how to create bookmarks to give to school friends and teachers on the first day of school. This is also a great party activity for back to school parties or play dates.

Materials:

  • Paper tags
  • Scrapbook paper
  • Washi tape
  • Adhesive
  • Baker’s twine
  • Scissors
  • Hole punch
  • Stickers or paper embellishments
  • Laminator
  • Permanent Marker
  • Pencil
Back to School Craft Ideas - Bookmarks DIY | CatchMyParty.com

Directions:

Step 1 - Cut 2 pieces of scrapbook paper to cover the paper tag (front and back) by tracing around the tag on the paper.

Back to School Craft Ideas - Bookmarks DIY | CatchMyParty.com

Back to School Craft Ideas - Bookmarks DIY | CatchMyParty.com

Step 2 - Adhere paper to the front and back of the tag with glue stick or spray on adhesive. Add washi tape, stickers or paper embellishments, as desired. (I did not have school themed stickers on hand, so I cut out elements of the scrapbook paper to add dimension.) To personalize the bookmark, you can handwrite a name or a special saying with a permanent marker.

Back to School Craft Ideas - Bookmarks DIY | CatchMyParty.com

Step 3 - Laminate the tag and trim, if needed. If you don't have a laminator, you can cover both sides of the tag with clear packing tape. Using a hole punch, punch the tag hole.

Back to School Craft Ideas - Bookmarks DIY | CatchMyParty.com

Step 4 - Cut several strings of baker’s twine in desired length and loop through the tag hole. Yarn or ribbon would also work great.

Back to School Craft Ideas - Bookmarks DIY | CatchMyParty.com

Step 5 - For a finishing touch, place the bookmark in a small paper treat bag.

Back to School Craft Ideas - Bookmarks DIY | CatchMyParty.com

Back to School Craft Ideas - Bookmarks DIY | CatchMyParty.com

With the variety of scrapbook paper available, bookmarks are not limited to back to school themed parties. They are also a great addition to any party favor bag and perfect as teacher’s gift.

Thanks, Michelle for your great back to school craft. To learn more about Michelle, please visit her at Michelle's Party Plan-It, on Facebook, Pinterest, and Etsy!

For more inspiration, check out these back to school partiesfree back to school printables, and back to school crafts on our site!

How To Turn Your Kids into Innovators

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My dear friend, Rachelle Doorley, the creative mind behind the kids' activity blog, TinkerLab, wrote a book that touches me deeply. We are all trying to raise children who can thrive in an uncertain world, but the big question is, "How do we do it?"

Rachelle's beautiful hands-on book gives children opportunities to think for themselves, problem-solve, innovate, and most importantly, believe they are all little creators. I think she's onto something...

I asked Rachelle a few questions about her book:

What inspired you to start TinkerLab and did you ever think it would become a book some day?

I started TinkerLab when my older daughter was almost two-years old. She and I spent countless hours squashing play dough, inventing play worlds in our garden, and experimenting with kitchen supplies. It was such a fun time for us, and I realized that I wanted to write a book about fostering creativity in this early part of childhood however, when I made this realization, I was also in the trenches of parenting a small child and it was impossible to wrap my head around the extensive task of writing an entire book. The idea of starting a blog seemed far more tangible!

I found a URL, signed up for a host, and wrote my first post within the week... simple as that! Writing this book is a dream come true, and I'm so happy to hear that it's transforming so many lives. 

If you had one message or take-away for busy parents trying to add more creativity into their children's lives, what would it be?

Take heart that you don't need to fabricate elaborate, picture-perfect projects in order to add more creativity into your family's life. Because creativity comes from  imagination and a desire to problem solve, children will be far more creative if they can be in charge of their ideas.

One of my favorite strategies that fosters this internal motivation is to set up a self-serve maker zone. This could be a designated art table or a corner of your kitchen table. Within this area, have buckets of easy-access materials such as markers, glue, and crayons, a ream of paper, scissors, and play dough that your child can find when an idea strikes. While you might need to take some time to show a young child how to use scissors properly, or lay some ground rules for using glue, once the area is set up, you'll find that your child will create with very little prompting from an adult.

What is your favorite experiment/project from the book?

This is a hard one since I love them all!! The Scrap Building project (page 113) has been my go-to project for the hands-on activity that I present on the TinkerLab book tour, and it's been really successful with children of all ages.

Tinkerlab book for kids 'creativity | CatchMyParty.com

In a nutshell, gather clean recyclables, odd and ends, and treasures such as sequins and pom poms, and present them to your child along with a low-heat glue gun. Low-heat glue guns are the best, and I've seen preschoolers use them quite effectively!

Offer these materials to children along with some googly eyes, and the invitation to create a critter. Children love this challenge! The fun in it for me, is to see how differently each child interprets the materials -- one child makes eyes out of sequins, another deconstructs a pom pom and turns it into a teddy bear, and another turns a piece of scrap wood into Hans Solo from Star Wars. The possibilities are endless.

The last time I ran this project, the children turned their critters into an imaginative game and used them like action figures. Not only did they have fun inventing their own critters, but they went on to use them as toys. So cool!

Lainey, my daughter, is in love with the book, and can't stop looking at the photos. Here are the projects she wants to try:

Tinkerlab book for kids 'creativity | CatchMyParty.com

Tinkerlab book for kids 'creativity | CatchMyParty.com

Tinkerlab book for kids 'creativity | CatchMyParty.com

And for me, this is my favorite page: "Ten TinkerLab Habits of Mind."  Since creativity is all about being mindful, stepping back and enjoying the flow, seeing mistakes as gifts, and embracing a good mess, what a great reminder this page is. Thanks, Rachelle. I needed that today. :)

Tinkerlab book for kids 'creativity | CatchMyParty.com

If you are a parent, I promise this book will speak you, too. And if you want to give an extra special baby shower gift to a new mom, just bundle it with a few basic art supplies and you've got a gift that will keep on giving for years to come.

Here's where you can buy it. Enjoy! And thanks, Rachelle, for writing a book that makes us all better parents, and our children, better thinkers and innovators.

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