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In This Chic Society Our Tradition Went Astray!
Recently, with a sip of coffee, I went down my memory lane. It has been a week since my daughter’s annual day at school, however, something is still pestering me. The thought that how our tradition is shirked today, keep haunting me. Everyone is enticed by the wonderland stories and theatre of spectacular opulence. Our tradition has lost its place in today’s tumult of fashion. And, most of the schools today leave tradition to its fate, doing little to resurrect it.
My daughter’s school had invited all the parents cordially to their annual day. The annual day agenda was mostly occupied by the flamboyant dance shows, songs and dramas. However, what they forgot to imbibe in their soirée is some traditional dresses in India and animal costumes. Gone are the days when a drummer set his beat to the sound of kids running after them. Lost are those when monkeys dance at the rhyth
Summers Are For Fun For Kids - Top 10 Ideas This Summer Vacation
For those of you who are thinking that the children are at home and constantly demand some entertainment from you, do not worry as we have all types of suggestions and tips that will help you keep your child busy & entertained.
The classic board games are best in summers. Its too hot to step outside so children prefer sitting at home and playing ludo, snake & ladder, scrabble, chess, carom and many other board games. Check out more options here: Board Games Options 1 Board Games Options 2
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How to Ice Dinosaur Cookies
Step 1 – Outline
To make one big batch of line icing mix together 500g royal icing sugar with 80ml cold water then add your chosen colour. For your dino cookies choose a lime green colour to add to the icing mix. Fill your piping bag with the mixture and squeeze to the end before cutting the tip off. Carefully outline your biscuit with the line icing making sure you leave no gaps or your flood icing will spill out! Leave to dry until the icing is hard to the touch.
Step 2 – Fill
For runny flood icing you simply need to add a couple of splashes of water to get the right consistency, this should just be slightly more liquid than your line icing. We put our flood icing into plastic squeezy bottles which are a little easier to use than piping bags. Carefully fill the centre of your cookie being careful not to allow icing to drip o
Design your very own colourful dinosaur-themed party hats with this handy guide!
Give your basic party hats a dino twist with this super-easy transformation!
What you’ll need
For these dinosaur party hats you’ll need:
Cone party hats in various colours
Glue or sticky tape
Cut Out your Dinosaur Armour
Measure the length of your party hats then cut out a long rectangle of your coloured card with a width of about 2 inches and the same length as your hat. Draw a line down the centre of the length of your rectangle and cut a zig zag down one side by cutting triangles that reach the centre.
Don’t bin the little triangles! They’re perfect for kid’s craft activities like mosaics and might come in useful later down the line!
Choose your colour combo
Now it’s time to mix and match your colours! Colours that are opposite to each other on the colour wheel look gre