Wednesday, March 16, 2011

You are the Treasure at the End of My Rainbow

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We are eating rainbows this week to start celebrating St. Patrick’s Day!rainbow food b

Rainbows even turned up inside our fruit!

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And our fruit turned up as rainbows!

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We’ve already made our traps to catch a leprechaun, have you?  If you need other fun ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day check out our past St. Patrick’s Day posts!  They are chalk full of activities, things to make, and great food ideas!


We will be busy today at Nana’s house baking up some St. Patrick’s Day snacks and then tomorrow we will be back at Nana’s for a really fun St. Patrick’s Day Dinner party!  We hope you all have a ton of fun celebrating, too!




Gina @ MoneywiseMoms said...

These are so cool! We're baking a rainbow cake, but that was all I was willing to tackle. :)

RootsAndWingsCo said...

I saw some rainbow toast made with colored milk painted onto the toast. Brilliant! I also have some rainbow crayons that we played with this week as well as some other fun rainbow craft projects!


Valerie said...

I love the idea of doing rainbow treats instead of just green. That cantelope was my favorite. All so pretty.

Elle Belles Bows said...

Love all of your rainbow fun!

Happy St. Pat's Day!


Anonymous said...

Ok - that is the prettiest rainbow jello I have ever seen, Rebecca.

Many, many years ago, I decided to celebrate the holiday by tinting vanilla pudding green. My high school days I believe. None of my brothers or sisters would eat it.

Needless to say - that was the end of that "tradition"!

But I love your jello! Who could turn it down. This is a very cool St. Pat's Day tradition.