For some, there's nothing more depressing than a rainy day. For others, it's a perfect day to put on some comfy clothing and enjoy time at home. Check out these fantastic bloggers' ideas on crafts and meals to keep you and your loved ones busy on a rainy day.
Let your child's creativity explode with these animal masks made out of a box and colorful duct tape.
Wake up on a rainy morning with these healthy breakfast burritos, which are full of fiber, healthy fats and protein.
What better way is there to have fun on a rainy day than to create a playhouse for your child to enjoy while being stuck inside? This straightforward and simple project will leave your child loving his or her own personal space.
Nothing exudes warmth on a cold day like a tasty soup. This easy recipe uses white beans and vegetable scraps from your fridge.
Though originally intended for Valentine's Day, these potato stamps can be used at any time of the year to make cards, artwork and other crafts.
Frozen, microwaveable corn dogs leave something to be desired, so if you have picky little ones or just enjoy a good corn dog yourself, try this recipe for your next meal.
If you have school-age children, chances are you have lots of art lying around. Here's a way you can take some of that artwork and turn it into one big work of art.
What makes this recipe so great is the fact that you can pick and choose the herbs and meats you want to add to the delicious pasta. While the recipe calls for salmon, you can replace it with chicken, for instance — saving you a trip out in the rain.
Do you have small treasures and need a place to store them, or are you looking for the perfect little bag to carry with you on short outings? Try these easy-to-make leather pouches that are both adorable and functional.
If you love zucchini, this recipe is for you. Add in some garlic, basil pesto and fresh veggies, and this recipe will leave you ready for another rainy day.
Do you have a child entering his terrible twos or even terrible threes? This calming jar, called "The Magic Jar," is a wonderful craft for you as a parent. When finished, it helps calm your child when she's angry or sad.
What's the best part about this recipe? It can be used in many different ways — making each dinner you use it with unique and special. Try it on grilled bread mixed in with pasta or served over meat such as roasted chicken.
Not just for Valentine's Day, love notes can be given year-round and are a perfect way to say "I love you" to a special person in your life.
Here's a way to entice a picky eater in your family: food art! Take vibrant colors from fresh produce and turn your lunch or dinner into exciting art.
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