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FamilyFun June - July 2017

Every digital issue ( 8 a year) is a wealth of do-able ideas to help you with everything from making a creative sack lunch to planning a birthday party with ease. Look at everything you get ... • Family-favorite recipes that are quick, easy and inexpensive (and win kisses for the cook!) • Fresh ways to turn ordinary activities into extraordinary adventures that kids and grown-ups will enjoy. • Fun, hands-on crafts for Valentine’s Day and homemade goodies for Christmas ... and every special day in between! • Favorite kid-tested, parent-approved vacation ideas ... plus easy ways to preserve your memories for a lifetime. Get all the help and encouragement you need to make every day with your family better than the day before ... say yes to Family Fun now!

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United States
言語:
English
出版社:
Meredith Corporation
刊行頻度:
Back issue only
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welcome!

RIGHT NOW, WE’RE SITTING ON THE TARMAC AT SAN FRANCISCO AIRPORT waiting (and waiting and waiting) to finally take off and get home. But as with any good trip, we all wish more than anything that we could stay just a little bit longer. We came out West this weekend for a family wedding/mini vacation, and we packed in as much of each as possible. What made this trip even more special? It was the first time my parents, my sister and her family, and my own visited the California branch of our clan together . Watching the boys and their cousins jostle for the best view from the trolley and show off their smooth moves on the dance floor, I couldn’t help but think, “Yes! THIS! This is a…

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chill out!

EXTRA-BIG IDEAS FOR YOUR EXTRA-FUN FAMILY CREAMY ORANGE SIDEKICK Lay two 10-oz. glasses in a bowl, resting them on a slant. In a blender, mix together 1½ cups vanilla ice cream and 5 Tbs. whole milk until smooth. Carefully spoon half of it into each glass on a diagonal, smoothing the surface. Place whole bowl in the freezer. Rinse the blender, then add 2 cups orange sherbet, 1 Tbs. frozen orange juice concentrate, and ¼ cup whole milk. Blend until smooth, then spoon into each glass while glass is still on its side. Return to freezer, along with any extra mixture, to set for 5 minutes. Remove, stand upright, and top off. Garnish with orange slices and serve. Tip MAKE IT YOUR OWN Use these three recipes as your inspiration, and then adapt with any…

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finish this thought IT’S NOT SUMMER WITHOUT... A bucket list! Small and big ideas to chase away the “I’m bored” comments. Jennifer PattersonRochester, NY Stories under the stars in the backyard. Stephanie Pitcher FishmanColumbus, OH A Maryland crab feast with friends and family! Ashley HoutzDenton, MD The smell of sunscreen! Tabitha Jo DotsonLexington, KY Your toes in the sand and frolicking on the beach! Doris MendiolaSugar Land, TX Picnics and bikes. Zulema GomezStockton, CA Late nights making s’mores. Leah CaraherRochester, NY HAVE MORE FAMILYFUN ONLINE! We want to hear from you! Show us your projects and ideas with #HowWeFun @familyfunmag @FamilyFun FamilyFun FamilyFunmag trend alert EAT PURR LOVE June is National Adopt a Cat Month, and we have a unique way for your family to find a fur-ever feline friend—cat cafés! These coffee or tea rooms foster cats, and patrons pay a fee to play with them. Many shops also partner with animal shelters…

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a real surprise

Getting Her Start It all began with a cheeseburger made of cereal! Siskin remembers having an overwhelming impulse to make one. “When I finally stacked all the pieces together, I thought it was the coolest thing I’d ever seen. I posted a photo on Instagram, where I broke 100 likes for the first time.” That’s when she knew she was onto something. (She wasn’t wrong: Her@misterkrispaccount now has nearly 50,000 followers!) Finding Her Medium “I started with Rice Krispies Treats because they were the only thing I knew how to make,” Siskin recalls. Now she loves them because they’re the perfect blank canvas for adding color and sculpting into shapes. Gathering Her Inspiration The day her Instagram account went live, custom order requests came pouring in. Siskin says she gets ideas from pop culture and…

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catch my drift art spark

COOL THINGS TO MAKE AND DO TOGETHER THE SPARK! Loom weaving is back in a big way. This project lets kids try out the basics almost for free. WHAT YOU’LL NEED • 6 to 8 pieces of driftwood • Parachute cord (available at craft stores) • Duct tape WHAT TO DO 1. Lay out your design on a towel or drop cloth, rearranging the driftwood as needed to fit all the natural curves together. Our pieces ranged in size from 6 to 12 inches long. 2. Double-knot one end of the cord around the outer piece of driftwood (the cord should be about three times as long as the width of the wood). Position the knot on the back. Weave under and over the sticks until you reach the end, then reverse to weave back to the starting place.…

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diy with dad!

Diddley Bow This guitar requires some specific stuff—and some time. Follow our schedule for a stress-free day. THE PLAN The week before: Gather the supplies and order these parts from Amazon: • Dadario EJ16 3D Phosphor Acoustic Strings ($16) • Koehler Enterprises KE4BX Hose Clamp ($3) • Dunlop Tempered Glass Medium Thickness guitar slide ($4) After breakfast (and coffee): Complete steps 1–5 and let the kids paint the box. Eat lunch, nap, enjoy a light snack! Before dinner: Do steps 6–10. Time to rock! WHAT ELSE YOU’LL NEED • ⅞-inch spade drill bit • Drill • 5x8x3.5-inch wooden craft with hinged lid • ⅞-inch-diameter wood dowel, 36 inches long • 80- and 180-grit sandpaper • 3⁄₃₂-inch drill bit • Two .-inch-long wood screws and corresponding nuts that loosely • Screwdriver • 11⁄__-inch screw eye • Multi-surface craft paint, optional • Paintbrushes, optional • .-inch-diameter wood dowel, 2 inches long • Guitar pick MEET MARK FRAUENFELDER Mark…