We had an ice cream party with our favorite chocolate covered cookie balls at Nana's Cooking Camp this past week. It was too hot to take a picture outside of the ice cream for fear of melting all that yumminess. I decided to use a pretty teacup for serving!
Even my 13-year-old grandson, Riley came to participate!
My son , who is the kids' Uncle Mike , joins in and heads up the art part of the camp. Little two year old Harper came to spend the day with us. We like to start them out early in cooking and crafting! Harper loves the cookie balls!
We did this super fun project that I found on Pinterest. You use 4x4" tiles (16 cents!!) from the home improvement store and you color on them with colored Sharpies. After that you use rubbing alcohol and a dropper and drop droplets onto the tile and see what happens. It's very exciting to watch! If you don't like your design, you can wipe it clean with rubbing alcohol and a paper towel.
Here are the two that my son and I did. After they're dry, you spray them with a clear spray to protect them. The kids loved doing them, and so did we!!
I am sharing this with these lovely parties:
Thank you for your visit! xo