My kids are really starting to get the winter stir craziness! Please tell me we aren’t the only ones! Due to the pent up energy, I have been trying to do some fun things with the kids inside. Since Valentines is right around the corner I figured we would put our activities into good use, no sense making a huge mess just to throw it
This Sunday is Mother’s Day. Wow time flies doesn’t it? Well… if you are still searching for that special Mother’s Day Gift for your mom or grandma, this is a super fun and easy kid craft that every mom, grandma, aunt, or sister would just LOVE! My kids had so much fun making these. Aubrey did almost everything himself! I always love pulling out papers
One of my kids favorite things to do is use mod podge. Although I’m not sure if they like it because it’s fun to use, or if they just like peeling it off their hands when they are done. Let’s face it… who doesn’t love peeling glue off their hands?! I know I do (is that weird?) So the other day my daughter was digging
Hello everyone! Today I have a fun little craft you can do with your kids and it’s educational : ) That’s a win win right? Aubrey is in preschool this year and Addison wishes she was. They are so eager to learn and I just don’t want to hinder that! So I made some Wooden Number Magnets I decided to do numbers instead of alphabet
These coffee filter snowmen on fabric bolts are probably one of the funnest/cutest projects I have ever done with my kids! We Love them! Coffee Filter Snowman I am so excited to be participating in the “12 Days of Christmas Crafts for Kids” with Claire from Polka Dot Pretties and some other great women. Yesterday Tricia from Mama Marchand’s Nest share a fun little ornament
It’s Friday! Here’s a fun little craft you can do with your kiddos for Halloween : ) Aubrey had a blast making these little Monster Pumpkins. I used the Build a Monster die cut from Lifestyle Crafts Aubrey and I sat down yesterday and cut these little guys out. Aubrey loves using the Epic 6…I think it makes him feel like a “man” (like his
Hey everyone! In case you missed my Burlap Tree tutorial on The CSI project, here it is! This is such a great activity to involve your children in! We had a great/messy time! : ) This is very easy to do. You don’t have to use burlap, any fabric you want to paint will work, however I have only tried it with the burlap.