High contrast black-and-white patterns are perfect for a newborn’s visual stimulation and development. While adults can clearly distinguish between all colors, babies can decipher only the high contrast of black and white! Check out Bright Eyes baby blankets! #brighteyes #babyblanket
Ginger Bread House:This Can Be Done W/Duct Tape Or Riveting Cardboard Boxes (Inside Out )Together & Cut In The Shape Of A House (& Roof).Draw Paint /Designs As Shown In Picture."Candy Cane Corners": Tape Pringles Cans Together & Cover With Red & White Striped Paper. Lollipops: Cut Out A Few Cardboard Circles & Glue One On Top Of The Other, Cover W/Paper & Paint. Same With Other Items Like Door, Mail Box, Etc.NOTE: Link Doesnt Belong To Picture, But Gives You An Idea On How To Make This.
Shock, lock, & barrel masks from the nightmare before Christmas... 1st: make desired shape with foil. Then cover whole thing with masking tape. Cut out holes for eyes and add extra tape around eye holes. 2nd: Paper mache front and back of masks. (I did three layers on each mask.) Once it fully dries, paint all masks white. 3rd: Paint each mask it's rightful color & add details. & now it's complete!