The Classics – Sorry!

Sorry! is a game I grew up playing, it was easy as a child to pick up and a lot of fun. As an adult I still feel the same way. For me there’s a bit of nostalgia attached so I could be biased, but who doesn’t like mischievously saying sorry. This is a simple…

Scalemaille Arm Bands

It’s been a while since I posted about scalemaille, with halloween fast approaching its a good piece to add in. In this post I will be discussing creating an arm cuff. Although it takes a little time, it is pretty straight forward. For this project you will need: 200 large scales, you may use more…

Banana Boats

This is another tin foil classic. I’ve seen people keep it in the peel, personally I take it out. I guess it’s whatever floats your banana boat. For this quick and easy treat you will need: banana chocolate chips mini marshmallows tin foil peanut butter(optional) peacans (optional) graham cracker crumbs (optional) When you look at…

King of Tokyo

We all act like monsters at one time or another. King of Tokyo is living the old movie monster dream. Goal is to be either the last monster standing or at least the most destructive. This game is for ages 8 and up and is for 2 to 6 players. It combines fighting and basically…

Scrap Fabric Scrunchie

Scrunchies seem to be popping up everywhere and the trend is pretty handy for anyone with leftover fabric.  If you are looking for scrap fabric projects this is as easy as it gets.  It will take virtually no time, so if you are looking to make a lot of items quickly, this is pretty ideal….

Monopoly Gamer Mario Kart

Monopoly gamer is for 2 to 4 players ages 8 and up. It is a version of Monopoly, so it will take somewhere between 20 minutes and forever to play. However, this isn’t your everyday Monopoly, if you have kids who like video games this could be a good option to get them away from…

Friendship Bracelets – The 3 Basics

When I was a kid, summer was the season for friendship bracelets and with good reason.  These bracelets are great for kids and teens.  Once you get the hang of it, these are eas y to make and since there’s a million different colour combinations, each one is unique.   First let’s talk about supplies. …