For the Black Sheep page, all you need is a black stamp pad. (You can always make your own by folding a paper towel into a small square. Get it damp then add a little black paint. Voila! DIY stamp pad.)
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We had a small crowd for black sheep week.
Although it was supposed to be “black sheep,” Sissy thought it needed a little more color. hehe
Jooby was a cranky teething bug this week, spending most of his time chewing on his fingers,
and begging for homemade croutons to munch.
Poor baby. The only way we got to finish our project was by giving him some crushed ice in the high chair.
It looked so enticing, Elias chose ice over fingerprints, too. hehe
Due to the sad baby constantly pulling on me, these were the only pictures I was able to snap this week. hehe All of my cooking projects were for white sheep, but I was inspired to figure out one of my favorite black desserts. Stay tuned for details…
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More black ideas include:
- Read Baa, Baa, Black Sheep
- Make No Bake Black Sheep
For more sheepish inspiration, check out our Farm Pinterest Board.
Do you have any other Black Sheep ideas to share?
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