Those of you that are regular readers of my blog will know that I need very little excuse to get out my craft supplies. So with St Patrick’s Day around the corner, I thought I would make this cute Shamrock Paper Chain. It is currently hanging in the kids playroom, I just need to find a little leprechaun to sit with it!
If you are lucky enough to have a little girl with wild crazy hair, then you will know that you can never have enough headbands to tame unruly manes. With Easter round the corner, here is a really simple craft project to make a really cute DIY Easter headband for your little princess.
We are proud to be part of the Bostik blogger team, and each month we are sent a box full of themed crafty goodies to inspire us on our next crafty project. This month our box was themed for New Year’s Eve crafts. If I’m honest I’ve not thought of doing New Year’s Eve crafts before, but it was actually Isla that can up with the idea of doing party hats. So after a little thought we set about making our hats.
With Christmas just around the corner, in our household we start to indulge in Christmas crafts. This is a really simple handmade Christmas card idea that even very young children can do with minimal parental input.
I love subscription boxes, and have recently reviewed a children’s recipe box and a bath bomb making kit. So when I saw a tweet from Crafty Creatives looking for crafty bloggers to review one of their monthly boxes, I was quick to reply.
What better excuse for getting crafty than Halloween! These easy Halloween wreaths are really effective and so simple to create, even for the novice crafter. They can decorate external doorways to welcome trick or treaters, internal doors, or even hang from light fittings as party decorations.
Ahhhh! It’s Father’s Day on Sunday. Are you all organised? Or are you like me and leave everything to the last minute. Well don’t despair because we’ve used a little of our imagination and come up with this really simple homemade Father’s Day gift. A jar of essentials for Father’s Day, what more could any daddy want? It’s so simple you can rustle it up in no time at all, using things that you probably have lying around the house already. I have even included a FREE download of the jar label and daddy voucher to make this homemade Father’s Day gift even speedier to put together.
This is a really simple easter artwork project, suitable for pre-school or primary school age children. We did this a few weeks ago as Isla’s entry for her school Spring artwork competition. Read on to find out how we got on.