For those of us still stuck in the deep freeze of winter, crafting can be a nice way to spend a cold afternoon. Why not make a few cute greetings for friends and family? For today’s project, I have a sweet little snow-themed card using some products from Echo Park’s Celebrate Winter collection.
By Guest Blogger Rachel from the blog Rachel Antonia Designs.
Rachel Antonia Designs is a website dedicated to Rachel’s whimsical hand drawn illustrations and blogs about dipping her toes into the world of illustration, business, and the creative community.
This Christmas (much like every Christmas in years past) seemed to just creep up on me. As I’m writing this there’s only one more week until the big day and I’ve still got friends to see, cookies to make, and presents to wrap… So, naturally I’m crafting…
Long Winters with little ones means it’s time brainstorm fresh ideas for the sensory table in your classroom or at home. Sensory table activities are educational and hands on fun for young children. Here are some new ideas to try – all can be made at home! I hope these inspire your little ones to build, experiment and play in their own ways!
If your little ones are like the ones I know and love, they want to play in the snow without gloves. If that’s the case, or if the weather is still in the negative digits where you are, this indoor Sparkle Snow can be a nice compromise.
Sparkle Snow – Growing a Jeweled Rose