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This page is partly based on a contribution from Szu Kay Wong Contents Introduction and Alternative Names Crazy Eights is a game for two or more players, in which the object is to get rid of the cards in your hand onto a discard pile by matching the number or suit of the previous discard.
This pattern appears in Knitting Mochimochi , my new book of 20 knitted toy patterns that is now available from Amazon and other bookstores. You can also purchase a signed copy from the Mochimochi Shop! Photograph by Brandi Simons They came from the sewer… and now they’re coming for your pets! They will also accept chewy candies.
Trees, soil, and rocks in a saikei landscape. Saikei ( 栽景 ? ) literally translates as "planted landscape". [ 1 ] [ 2 ] Saikei is a descendant of the Japanese arts of bonsai , bonseki , and bonkei , and is related less directly to similar miniature-landscape arts like the Chinese penjing and the Vietnamese hòn non bộ . It is the art of creating tray landscapes that combine miniature living trees with soil, rocks, water, and related vegetation (like ground cover) in a single tray or similar container. [ 3 ] A saikei landscape will remind the viewer of a natural location through its overall topography, choice of ground materials, and the species used in its plantings. A typical saikei is contained in a large ceramic tray with low sides. Within the tray, rocks and soil are arranged to suggest a natural landscape, often modeled on a specific type of real landscape like a seaside or a mountain path.
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Posted on November 15, 2011 in Make It Activities , Play & Read by Simone Via: sueniosencantados.com Crayons, play doh, bubble mix, baby wipes … if you feel like you’re constantly refilling your toddler consumables, why not save yourself a trip to the shops and make your own? Here are 15 ideas for cheap and cheerful everyday essentials. (Above: recycle old crayons into fun shapes. Get the tutorial here ).
I’ve got a few projects for you! Below you’ll find simple step by step instructions for your own I Spy Bag and DIY Quiet Books . My career in motherhood has been going strong for almost 7 years now (and apparently won’t be in retirement for quite some time!) and throughout these years I’ve learned a thing or two to avoid those ugly moments in the car or other conditions of childhood boredom (i.e. church, waiting rooms, visits to child-free homes etc). Number one rule of most importance: SNACKS! Number two: keep those little hands busy (so as to avoid sibling fist-fights, lifting of mama’s skirt in public, nose-picking and other nasties that will undoubtedly cause a meltdown from either the children or yourself!).