As I mentioned a few weeks ago, I am excited to contribute to the SC Johnson Family Economics blog. We visited the headquarters last week in Racine, WI and I was truly blown away with the campus and the amazing company I get to be a part of now too (I'll share more on the trip next week).
I just HAD to share the Homemade Noise Maker article I shared over there. I was so excited that even non-craft me (with Andon's help) could make a fabulous spirit accompaniment for our boys' games! And, I'm not even concerned about being embarassed because of the sound because this is the new thing to do it seems. I'd love to hear any variations you've used to make your own in the post!
And, here's another noise maker I took a picture of during one of Caleb's games. Cute, right? I didn't catch the little girl's name, but I'm pretty sure it was Caleb's teammate, Evan's sister!
While you're over there, be sure to also check out the many ways to use an entire pumpkin as well. Pumpkins are down to $3.99 around here so these ideas can be a cheap way to get a lot of one special fruit..and vegetable (turns out it's one of those that fall into both categories!). Outside of what I shared in that post, what other things can you do with a whole pumpkin?
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