Green Child Magazine Summer 2012
Summer is ripe for green travel, playing outside, and healthy eating. The Summer Issue of Green Child Magazine offers our biggest food section yet with fresh ideas for teaching kids where food comes from and how to eat seasonally. Browse this breezy issue for ideas on how to streamline your summer, natural first aid, simple and fun ways to reduce your impact, and an inspiring interview with green living expert, Sara Snow.
17 Two long sleeve shirts, one pair of pants and fabric scraps were used to make one dozen roses. (The clothes were size 7/8) Don’t these look great when grouped together? Here are a few ideas on how to use them! • Create a keepsake from your child’s favorite clothes. • Use vintage sheets to create an amazing flower girl bouquet. This would be perfect for an outdoor • Wedding or maybe that rehearsal dinner for the flower girl. • Take that wedding dress out of the box and create a wonderful bouquet. Scary to cut into I know, but it could be used on every anniversary, a child’s birth, Christening, or any special day!