We are creating fun projects out of recycling materials. That's right! We are using what we have, so no excuse, stay home, & be creative. There are so many great ideas online- visit Pinterest for more fun creative recycled craft projects. I saw a post to recreate milk jug art. I remember my mother use to make beautiful milk jug swans and dressed them up with fabric. She used the swans to hold her sewing kit, plants, and other things. I quickly jumped into this project as I
Try this fun easter activity with the kids. Perfect to add to your Easter decorations. I made a kit with all the materials needed and added it to her Easter basket. I also made bunny ears headband with felt flowers that she can wear during all of our festivities. We do plan to continue with Easter at home with full of fun Easter activities, a delicious brunch, and even an egg-hunt. We might not be able to be surrounded by family and friends, but we will make the most of it.
Mini Indoor Gardens: Great DIY activity for all the whole family. My daughter played with the soil and moved from one container to another. I used a ceramic-pot that got broken and repurpose it into a small fairy garden. And with the pieces I was able to create a stairway and "rooms." Then added some rocks and greenery/moss. I hope to get more and different plants to go with my little garden. If you have any suggestions let me know. Check out my Pinterest board for more fun e
I had so much fun creating these felt cutouts (with Xyron Creative Statation Lite) that I used them for everything: -decorated for our Easter party, -for photoshoot background, -fun matching game, and -even for playtime. We had a great long Easter celebration. First thing Maddie noticed was the wall decoration and since we were up at 6am I had to move things around. I usually set-up that night before so I don’t get any interruptions. We had Easter breakfast that consisted of