Category Archives: Crafts
Keep your children entertained with their own artwork by allowing them to draw their own puzzle. This craft is great for any age child and can be enjoyed over and over again. It enhances your child’s creativity while also requiring … Continue reading
Do you have empty containers such as formula containers or oat containers laying around? Have you seen the awesome duct tape available now? Make one of these storage containers with what you have around your house. Go to the full … Continue reading
Do your kids insist on bringing seashells home from vacation like mine do? I usually end up trying to be sneaky and conveniently “forget” them or throw them away when unpacking. However, this year, my youngest had his heart set … Continue reading
Do you have a lot of unmatched socks like we do? Sometimes they run away and disappear after their first wash! I am always hesitant at throwing them away because I have hope that the other one will show up … Continue reading
Whether planned or last minute, these t-shirts are perfect for Daddy for Father’s Day. Let your child create a one-of-a-kind t-shirt that their father will love to wear! See the full article here.
This is such a cute and fun way to spruce up your house and create a wonderful memory with your child. To see the complete instructions, read the entire article here. Re-pin this craft on Pinterest here.
These clothespin bunnies came out GREAT! I love that my kids were able to do these on their own with just a little instruction. These make great decorations or gifts! To see the entire article with step by step directions … Continue reading
This was such a fun and easy craft to do with the kids in preparation for St. Patrick’s Day. my oldest even added to the craft and drew a leprechaun. To get the complete instructions on how we did this, … Continue reading
Isn’t this wreath just too cool? I absolutely love that my 3 kids made this. It is such a quick and easy (and quiet) craft for them to make. You may already have all the materials in your home and … Continue reading
Start a new tradition and capture your child’s personality each year. On each New Year’s Eve, have your child fill out this printable questionnaire. Try to have them write as much as they can or if they are too young … Continue reading