Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, I mean how can you miss it with all of the pink and hearts all over stores. Elyse’s school (aka daycare) is having a little party and I wanted to be sure that she had something festive to wear for the occasion.
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!
My family loves making their own holiday cards, but it is more time consuming so we thought we’d get an early start by setting up a card making station with the little ones. That way whenever we need a fast craft card making is always available. I know these cards will be unique and treasured by our friends and family because they are hand crafted with love and creativity! Here are some ideas to inspire your kids’ card making this season.
Felt candy cards are a truly unique way to send your holiday greeting. Kids will love writing small messages to go inside the “candy” and unwrapping their own.
I just moved into a new house from an apartment and I’m in need of some great wall decorating inspiration! As I was checking out the local antique shops I found some beautiful canvas art with post card images decoupaged onto them. They were on sale for $35 each. This got me thinking, I should be able to learn to make something like that… And so can you!
Looking to create personalized wall art using photos? This tutorial will teach you how to make canvas wall art with your own photos.
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