Create your own Baby Yoda
SAN ANTONIO – Sewing is a valuable skill that you don’t realize you need, until you’re ready to throw out your favorite shirt or jeans because the button fell off. Spring Break Sewing Camp for kids is going on now at Abby’s Attic. Full or half days offered. Even snacks provided! You’ll be shocked at what the beginner classes are creating.
3 crafts to keep the kids busy on game day, plus 2 appetizers + 2 cocktails to try
SAN ANTONIO – Master crafter Adeina Anderson shares three crafts to help the kids keep their heads “in the game” for the biggest football game of the year. Plus, break out the “pigskin” for a new kind of bloody Mary! Anderson, of Creative Lifestyles with Adeina, shares two different kinds of goal post games kids can make themselves, along with a football field snack bag in the video above. Check out the video below for her game day recipes, including a “pigskin” bloody Mary, an Arnold Palmer with whiskey, bourbon and barbecue infused mini sausages and a football shaped cheese ball you can eat with pretzels. Other ideas from Adeina Anderson:- 5 easy ways to turn your back yard into an oasis- Camp out in your back yardAd- Road trip crafts
Get crafty in 2021 with a DIY vision board
If you’re looking for a socially distant-safe environment to do a craft date with kids, friends or even a date night, Pinspiration San Antonio can help you out. in Shavano Park. Owner Christine Mahr tells us she also offers kits you can take home with instructions, if you prefer to be crafty at-home. “And our splatter room is perfect for a date night,” Mahr said. The splatter room includes paint, music, a blank canvas and “lots of memories made.”Click here to schedule a craft date.
Holiday sewing crafts: Santa beard mask, dumpster fire ornament
SAN ANTONIO – Santa on a face mask. If there’s a mood for 2020, it’s dumpster fire. This holiday season, you can learn how to make your own dumpster fire ornament and Santa beard mask with Abby’s Attic Sewing School. Watch the video above to learn how to make a Santa beard mask and other entertaining crafts to celebrate this dubious holiday season. Related:- Holiday party crafts and snacks- Christmas crafts for kids- Impressive holiday table settings on a budget
Cute Thanksgiving place settings for just $3 a person
SAN ANTONIO – Running out of ideas for your Thanksgiving table? Adeina Anderson shows us how to make cute place settings on a budget. Watch the video above to check out her pointers on how to keep the kids busy at the same time. You can find more information about Anderson on her website, Creative Lifestyles with Adeina. Other articles featuring ideas by Anderson:- Trending: Hot chocolate bombs- Keep the kids happy & healthy on your next road trip- Create your own fair games, food at home
3 easy DIY birthday crafts
Construction Paper Party HatsMaterials:colored cardstockstringtapeblack marker or penexacto knife or scissorsGrab a paper plate or anything that has a large enough circle as a base and then trace around it on your construction paper. Cut small holes for the string at both ends and tie the ends of the string together to make a chin strap. To finish, cut holes at the top of the box for the string. Toilet Paper Roll Confetti PoppersMaterials:choose an empty toilet paper roll, cup or bottleballoonstapeconfetticolored construction paper (optional)stickers (optional)Take your toilet paper roll or cup and make sure it has open holes on both ends. Create your own confetti by cutting up colored construction paper.
Watermelon themed summer fun
San Antonio Try a watermelon theme for your next summer party with these great watermelon inspired serving trays and rice krispie cakes by Stephanie Pena Frost. To create the rice krispie cake:Use a whole batch of rice krispie mixMelt butter in a sauce pan with marshmallows and remove from heat once completely melted. Use 2/3 of the melted mix to create the red color with red food coloring, and the other 1/3 to create the green. Put the colored mix into the rice cereal and mix until cereal is thoroughly covered. Use corn oil to wipe down a circle cake pan so the rice krispie mix wont stickAdd green rice krispie mix around the edges of pan to create watermelon rind, then fill in the middle with the red mix.
As seen on SA Live - Monday, August 3, 2020
SAN ANTONIO Today at 1 p.m. on SA Live, crafty games you can play with the fam, easy at-home fixes, transforming snack time, getting into the Fiesta spirit and getting fit with InBalance. If you still want to get your Fiesta fix this year, you can do it at the Witte Museums annual Fiesta exhibition! Let us know on the @SALiveKSAT Facebook and Twitter pages, and dont forget to follow us on Instagram! SA Live airs weekdays at 1 p.m. on KSAT 12. Stream the show anytime from the KSAT TV app on Roku, Fire Stick, your smart TV or your smartphone.
3 indoor DIY activities for kids
This is the perfect way to reuse them, the Tupperware Town. All you need is: old tupperware, wire cutters, paper, scissors, paint brush, modge podge and markers or paints if you want. Popcorn toss and eat. See who can throw popcorn the farthest. Last, the Crepe Paper Laser Maze is a fun activity to get the kids moving.
Celebrate the lunar landing anniversary with crafts + treats
SAN ANTONIO You dont have to find fancy, futuristic ways to celebrate the lunar landing anniversary. All you need is some hot glue, toilet paper rolls, a little glitter and some cupcakes! Adeina Anderson, of Creative Lifestyles with Adeina, showed Mike and Fiona how to make a few fun lunar crafts with things around the house. Watch the video above for a tutorial and watch the video below to see Mike and Fiona make glittery moon rocks!
As seen on SA Live - Friday, June 12, 2020
SAN ANTONIO Are you a beer, wine or cocktail person? Plus a Texas Eats preview, crafts for Fathers Day, masking your mask breath and a youth choir concert this weekend on KSAT 12! Dont forget free Whataburger, the San Antonio Zoo announces virtual summer camp and much more! SA Live airs weekdays at 1 p.m. on KSAT 12. Stream the show anytime from the KSAT TV app on Roku, Fire Stick, your smart TV or your smartphone.