There is still time to make this treat as a nice gift for any child. This year, I made some sleighs! You can involve your little ones like I did, by giving them some dough to make cookies with cookie … Continue reading
We have been busy the last days, since Christmas is on our doorstep! One of the craft we did was making some christmas people out of cardboard paper tubes! Those are so versatile, I did never thing about them that … Continue reading
Here I am again with my dried fruits! I already have written about dried fruits ornaments and citrus flowers. What can I say, I just love the look of them and how easy they are to make! Did you know that … Continue reading
This one was shared by a close friend of mine and her kids! They did a wonderful job, I can tell you that! Thank you so much for sharing!!! We can’t wait to make some craft together, soon! So, it … Continue reading
This idea is just beautiful, especially as a gift for the grandparents. It has some work involved, though, but I guess it is worth the effort! I guess you could make it somewhat more long-lasting, like covering it with some … Continue reading
This is such a great idea!!! Make your own snow globe, even with a picture in it! Isn’t it the perfect gift for the grandparents or to put on your desk? I love this idea! The kids can help choosing … Continue reading
I don’t believe it!!! Remember the cute sock snowmen? They can actually get even cuter!!!
For the detailed step-by-step images and instructions visit http://www.thenshemade.com/2011/01/sock-snowmen.html
What an awesome and beautiful idea to do with the kids before Christmas! Sooooo nice! You can use any citrus fruit you like; oranges, mandarins, limes, grapefruits or lemons. Then, you have two choices. Either cut the fruit carefully into … Continue reading
I had to share this, they are sooooooo adorable!!! I will definitely try to make some of them together with my kids (well, at least with the older one). When I do – and if they are somewhat presentable 🙂 – I’ll post the pictures. The link for the really easy instructions is http://www.darkroomanddearly.com/2011/12/10th-day-of-christmas-sock-snowmen.html
I just love this idea. So easy, the kids will have fun and it will be such a beautiful decoration! If only we had a white refrigerator! But for those who have one, check it out!
This is a great and fun activity for your toddler. Just get some green felt and cut out a large Christmas tree. Then, using different colours, cut out some decorations and make candles, gifts, ornaments and, of course, a star for the top! Put some self adhesive velcro on the back of each decoration item and your toddler is ready to enjoy it! Again and again and again!!! This works also with plain paper, but you will need glue to get the items to stick, excpet if you think of another solution, e.g.velcro on both, items and tree.