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The kids are on Fall Break so I'm going to do some crafts today with Madison and Makenna.

I found a mason jar lid pumpkin project that they can work on together. Makenna will be able to string the lids and Madison can spray paint and cut out the burlap. I think they'll make cute outdoor decorations.

I also found homemade nail polish which I know they'll both love to do. It might be a bit challenging for Makenna, but I'm going to let her give it a try anyway.

So as soon as they wake up we're off to Hobby Lobby for lids, glitter and spray paint; and the Dollar Store for clear polish.

Happy Tuesday!

"Each day of our lives we make deposits
in the memory banks of our children." 
Charles R. Swindoll


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