Next month the famous Tour de France bicycle race starts. What better way to celebrate than to make this Tour de France Sun Catcher. It’s a really simple craft, and even very little ones can get involved with the sticking. We also used it as an excuse to look and learn about the exciting race, winning the yellow jersey and the colours of the French flag.
As you may know, we are proud memebers of the Bostik Blogger team. This month’s box of lovely crafty goodness had a mythical creatures theme. As soon as Oliver saw the contents, and the bright flame coloured pipe ceaners, he requested that I make a Pipe Cleaner Dragon for him.
When Oliver recently turned 5, I promised him an Outer Space room fit for any aspiring astronaut. As part of the transformation we got to try out some great products, and I also had an excuse to come up with some space themed crafts. The first of which is this DIY Space Rocket Desk Tidy made from old cardboard tubes.
I love making things from everyday objects, and this Paper Plate Easter Basket was a lot of fun to make. It’s a fab simple craft to do with the kids in time for Easter, and they can even use it on their egg hunts.
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.
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.