This time of year pumpkins are in abundance, and as soon as Halloween is over, the supermarkets are practically and in some cases literally giving them away. Pumpkins are so versatile and a great source of nutrition, so if you need some inspiration of what to do with pumpkins then look no further. Here are 15 sweet and savoury pumpkin recipes to give you some ideas!
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.
We are lucky enough to be part of the Bostik blogger team, where each month we are sent a box full of themed crafty goodies to inspire us on our next craft project.
This month unsurprisingly it’s all about Autumn, Halloween and Bonfire night! We have already done quite a few Halloween themed crafts, so we though we would try our hand at some simple bonfire night collages.
I have always wanted to try making bath bombs, but it’s been on my craft to do list for a while now. The lovely people from Craftiosity sent me one of their monthly craft boxes to review. I was so excited when I found out that it was a bath bomb kit!
I am on a mission at the moment to reorganise and de-clutter my house. Clear house, clear mind and all that! Part of that process is to get rid of what we don’t use or need anymore. We have boxes and boxes of clothes and toys that the kids have outgrown, and I have started listing them on eBay
I am always on the lookout for things that will encourage my children’s curiosity and imagination. This ceiling mounted illuminated solar system just does that, and Oliver just loves it!
Autumn is officially here, but that doesn’t mean you have to stay indoors. I love the changing of the seasons, and love wrapping up warm and finding some outdoor Autumn activities to do with the kids. So if you’re stuck for ideas, here are a few of our favourite things to do when the leaves start to fall.
This is yet another great rainy day activity. Play slime is really easy to make, with the base being 3 simple ingredients that you may already have at home. The slime itself is very tactile, and can provide hours of entertainment for your little ones.