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Thrive & Dime: Valentine Crafts for Kids

This month I have a cute little craft for you inspired by a sweet book that we recently borrowed from the library; "Love Monster" and "The Last Chocolate" by Rachel Bright. It is a fun craft that can easily be used as a valentine for a special someone.

Thrive & Dime: Winter Snow Crafts

The holidays have wrapped up, but winter is here to stay for another couple of months, so around here we are embracing all the cozy elements of the season to get us through to spring.

Thrive & Dime: Thanksgiving Turkey Craft

Every year when November rolls around my mind turns to Thanksgiving. I always enjoy the time leading up to the big feast and work hard to try to focus on all the blessings in my life

Thrive & Dime: Candy Corn Man

My 3-year-old dubbed him “candy corn man” and thought he was the gingerbread man of Halloween. We even took him along with us to the park.

Thrive & Dime: Mini Pumpkins

This month’s craft is inspired by my love of the pumpkin patch. I mean, who doesn’t want to make their own mini pumpkin patch?

Thrive & Dime: Popsicle Craft

This time of year these frozen treats are our go to cool off in the afternoon or evening, so I thought it was only fitting to make a craft inspired by them.
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About This Blog

Thrive & Dime is a blog for Oklahoma City parents interested in saving money on local family fun. Here's a little more information about some of our blog contributors:

Keely Steger works part-time for her church, City Pres, and is married to Charles, a physical therapist. They have two boys (11 and 8), and two girls (6 and almost 1). Together the Stegers love to explore the different districts of OKC and find great places to eat! Keely loves reading fiction, Instagram, Goodwill shopping, writing, coffee and eating. 

Formerly a school counselor, Megan Beisel now spends her days playing trucks, reading dinosaur books, dispensing snacks and adventuring with her three little men; ages 5, 2 and 6 months. 

Miranda Steffen is part of a blended family with four sons ranging from 3 to 18 years old. She has an associate's degree in child development and family studies and a bachelor's in sociology. Now a stay-at-home mom, her work experience ranges from daycare director to ABA therapy instructional assistant for young children with autism. 




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