Here’s a great, and simple project to do with kids during the cold days of winter. With a minimal supplies, and a little time, you can make a neat star decoration, that’s almost magical when you finally unfold it!
One of the best parts of Christmas for any kid and family is the chance to decorate the tree and relive the memories that each ornament brings. Homemade ornaments are some of the most fun to look back on. Here are some fun DIY ornament ideas for kids of any age.
Make some fun and sparkly lollipops in each child’s favorite color. These are very quick and adorable ornaments for kids of all ages. Paint the year on each one before you cover it in glitter to make it even more personal!
Retro Christmas decorations are fun, colorful and so unique! I love the bright look of a mid-century Christmas or colorful drawings from early advertisements. You don’t have to scour flea markets for the perfect vintage decor, though. Here are some fun ideas to bring vintage charm to your holiday decor.
You can customize these ornaments to fit your color scheme, but the bright mid-century colors really add that extra pop of eccentric charm. These colorful balls look like they’ve been well loved through the years. No need to tell anyone you just made them…
Who doesn’t love a card that is interactive? It’s not only fun to receive a card at the holidays or any time of year, but it’s especially fun if it’s one that you can play with and enjoy. This twist & pop card for the holidays can be adapted to any occasion so once the season is over you won’t have to put the design away just change the papers.
This great four fold card design is perfect for your holiday cards or a card for any occasion. Add your favorite papers and embellishments to tell a story as the pages are turned or highlight fun ideas for the theme of the occasion. It will be one design in your design stash that you will enjoy dressing up with a lot of your favorite embellishments.