With all the attention we give to ensuring our face is preened and pampered, isn’t it about time that we started taking care of the rest of our skin? What is Dry Brushing? Basically, this type of brushing involves using a coarse, dry brush (this is the my favorite brush) to brush the skin in […]
Got a text from one of my girl friends last week: “What Is Jade Rolling, and Should I Be Doing It?” I felt like I had been keeping a secret from her because I love my jade roller and have been rolling with my jade roller religiously since last year. So, in true gal pal […]
These Spring looks have “warm weather is coming” written all over them! I’ll take one of each please! Can’t wait to dream up my outfit picks for a Vacay we have coming up! Planning a Spring Vacay? These looks would be perfect! I’m ready to ditch my cozy knit Sweaters and booties and toss on […]
I decided to take this week off work so I was home with Hudson and I knew I wanted to do all the Christmas-y things together! I remember growing up make ing handmade ornaments and decorating Christmas cookies to give to family and friends and also eat (’cause, duh, i was a kid) and now that H is getting older and enjoys making crafts I knew I wanted to do some of those with our time together.
We also watched Christmas movies each night and made popcorn. It was a huge hit! We started with Home alone and continued on with Elf, Frosty the snowman, Home Alone 2, and Charlie Brown Christmas. My hubs and I kept laughing at home weird it felt to re-watch these films as adults and now share them with our own child. Is this what being a parent feels like? For sure called my Mom and thanked her for sharing these with me and my brothers growing up and how I was feeling all the feels experiencing these movies and Christmas traditions with my first child.
Anyway, my friend Elyse shared a salt dough ornament recipe on instagram and I really wanted to try it with H. He loved making Christmas cookies so I figured this would be a hit! I made the dough while he was down for his nap so when he woke up, we got to roll it out and he did a few imprints of his hand and then also played with the extra dough and used cookie cutters to make a few trees and gingerbread men. I knew the next day they would be ready and it would be another fun activity for him to decorate them for gifts.
Salt Dough Recipe!
2 cups flour
1 cup salt
3/4 cup water
(If too dry, add water. If too wet, add flour.) Shape, imprint, or cookie cut….then use a straw to make a hole for stringing.
Bake at 250 for 2 hours and let cool!