Mother’s Day coupons!
Here is an idea for Mother’s Day—a coupon book listing nice things you can do for her.
Here’s what you’ll need:
Take an empty toilet-paper or paper-towel holder and flatten it (not too flat). Then open it a bit and push down on one crease until it looks like a heart on the end. A bit of tape will hold it in place.
Here’s where you might want to ask for some help: Pour a bit of paint—red is best, but any color will do—onto a paper plate. Dip the cardboard roll-end into the paint and press it down on a sheet of construction paper (folded in half). Let it dry and then write your Valentine’s Day message with markers. Add more hearts if you want, and give it to someone you really like!
Cool hot-glue project
Many artists and crafters use hot glue when creating works of art and household items. In this case, you can actually write with hot glue and make wearable name tags, mini-signs, and keychains. Maybe you can make some holiday gifts for family and friends! Here’s what you’ll need:
Depending on what you’re making, you might need these, too:
If you have never used these tools and materials before, ask for help. In fact, ask for help anyway. We don’t want you to get hurt.
Okay, let’s get started:
You can even start a business! Just think: It’s easy to find keychains for kids named John or Mary—but what about kids with names like Kijuan or Rashida? You can make specialized keychains and sell them! Just make sure that when you write out the name, you add a little extra glue on the end for the keychain ring. Carefully pound a small hole with the hammer and nail and then slip in the keychain ring.
Here’s the house number that I made and spray painted orange. I’m going to super-glue it to my mailbox. Have fun with this project!
Why did the football player get mad at the gumball machine?
Because it wouldn’t give his quarter back!
Do you have a date for Valentine’s Day?
Yes, it’s February 14!
What do you call two birds in love
How did George Washington speak to his army?
Well, he spoke on general terms!
Two old TV antennas met on a roof, fell in love, and got married. The wedding ceremony was pretty nice, but the reception was excellent.