Homemade play dough? DIY kids crafts? Who me? When it comes to arts and crafts… with my 2 1/2-year-old daughter, Kate, I prefer easy activities that don’t involve glue or massive quantities of glitter… or lots of work. Spending a lot of time making ingredients or supplies and cleaning
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Today we are helping to raise awareness about the charitable need of children’s hospitals with this cute and fun Valentine’s Day printable
I love making crafts! And I love making crafts… even more if I can reuse or recycle something as part of my craft. This time of year is perfect for crafting because my recycling bin and trash can are overflowing with exciting possibilities. Yes, I have been known to
There are so many fun craft projects that you can make during the winter — from food crafts to home decor…, the possibilities are endless. Speaking of home decor, I’ve always collected snow globes and my kids love them. During the cold winter, I thought of making some of
November is upon us and Thanksgiving is the perfect time of year to work on teaching your children to be thankful for what they have. Before we get caught up in the hustle and bustle of the holiday season it is nice to relax and sit down as a family
There are so many craft supplies out there on the market today. All of them offer such a fun and unique way to make creativity come alive in the form of a craft project.… Instead of running up to the store to buy your craft supplies, have you ever thought
Fall Craft—Autumn… is one of my favorite times of year. I love watching the leaves change colors and feel the cooler temperatures. One way my kids celebrate fall is to rake all the fallen leaves in our yard into piles and run and jump in them. They never
It is Fall – the leaves are changing, the temperatures are going down, and we are spending more time in the house as a family. My family likes to put together puzzles, assemble giant Lego sets, and do art projects in the evening when we are all home together.
It’s almost time for Halloween! Which means it’s time for candy! Which means your kids need something to carry all that loot! Forget about those plastic pumpkin pails. Make your own Trick or Treat bag with your child and get them involved in the pre-Halloween preparations.
Kate loves to paint
Most people are gearing up for Back to School with their school age children right now and trying to come up with cute ideas for teachers, as the school year starts. We thought we’d share a cute and easy Back to School Apple Button Bag project that is so easy…