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My daughter began school this year, just three hours a day, which means we have the rest of the day to play, craft, and have fun together (with my son, too, of course!) As a homeschooling mom to two preschoolers, my house is essentially a giant classroom. My living and dining area doubles as a food preparation and craft room. This means we often make giant, hard to clean messes right in the front room of our house! Last week, we made this Handprint Christmas Tree project together. This is actually a project we did years ago, but because it tends to make such a huge mess, we have not repeated it. But this time, I have a solution!
- Washable green paint
- Yellow construction paper
- Gold glitter
- Fake snow confetti
- Miniature bows
Begin by painting your child’s hand green and making multiple handprints in a pyramid formation. We did one in the first row, two in the second row, three in the third row, etc. until we got to six rows of handprints.
Next, it’s time to decorate the tree! We placed our star at the top of the tree and used pretend confetti snow, pompoms, and miniature bows to decorate. Lydia had so much fun decorating the tree. If you look, she even created patterns with the pompoms and bows.
After making this crafty mess, I left the room for a few minutes to prepare lunch before cleaning up all our art supplies. This was a mistake and NOT part of the original blog post. Bryce took the entire bag of confetti snow and dumped it on the floor. Yikes!
Normally, this would take me forever to clean up because for laminate floors, I use a good ol’ broom and dust pan. Of course, the kids would run through the nice pile I sweep together, and if I can actually get them to follow directions and not run through it, the dogs would instead. But with the Eureka Suction Seal 2.0 vacuum, I can successfully clean epic messes on all surfaces.
The Eureka Suction Seal 2.0 vacuum sucked up all the snow and various craft supplies in just seconds. Here’s how it works: plates that raise and lower against the surface maintain suction and seal without scattering debris. The vacuum uses a wide tube of air with minimal bends and twists that allows air to move freely across a shorter and more direct path. It works on all surfaces, including tile, hardwood, and carpet.
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Check out this video to learn more about the power of the Eureka Suction Seal 2.0 vacuum.