Oh yeah....Horton's pink clover!
These were SO easy and used stuff I already had on hand. I simply painted some thin wooden dowels green to be the stem. Then I took some small styrafoam balls and hot glued pink yarn around them. Then I stuck one end on the dowel and we had our own Pink Clovers :)
Why, you try and catch specks of course! :)
Luckily the weather was pretty nice yesterday so we went outside to see if we could catch some "specks" on our clover. I took a bottle of bubbles outside and blew to my little hearts content. The kids had a great time running around trying to catch our bubble specks on their pink clovers...you should have heard their screams when they actually did!
(Don't you love Britton's face in that picture? It's like, "Do I seriously have to hold this pink, fuzzy wand mom?!" :)
Yep...pretty much as simple as it gets :) I used one drop of food coloring in a small container of cottage cheese and sliced 3 thin slices of celery for the stem. Here's the great part: My kids will NEVER eat cottage cheese...but once it was a fuzzy clover they gobbled it right up. The celery too! And they usually won't even touch that..even if I smother it in peanut butter! Thats one reason I love fun food...its amazing what kids will eat if it has a fun name ;)
Man, I love these kids!