Paul and Judah went out to run errands together and Wesley asked me if we could do something special together. For the last several weeks I had meant to collect leaves with the boys just for fun, so
I have wanted to make a snow globe for a couple of years now and thanks to a friend passing on her old baby food jars I finally got around to the project. They were fun to create. I followed Martha
I saw something on Pinterest that inspired these fun art projects for kids; I cut up some unwanted picture books, cutting a village in half, or cutting the head of a person, the tail of a dragon, half
2013 update --- this post has a pdf download of the 25 days of writing, all combined into one easy to print document.
Christmas is coming really soon and I am trying to get as much done now so that
::East no sew bunting::
Making a bunting has been on my list of things to do for a long time. A long.long. time! When my grandma died I had my mom collect her hankies and I plan on using those,
While coloring with my boys this evening I discovered the beauty of a white pencil crayon and was immediately inspired to grab some blank brown cards to make a mini collection of homemade cards. These
"Find the mean looking mosquitoes" by Taro Gomi from Doodles: A Really Giant Coloring and Doodling Book.
The only coloring book your family will ever need.
This simple little puppet theater was found at our local thrift store over the weekend for $1.75 and I knew if I didn't get to the transformation right away it would never get done. So, despite between
While at camp I helped in the craft cabin and one of the craft stations we had set up for the kids was fingerprint art - it was so much fun and very popular with the 8-12 year old crowd ... and this
::I am away this week and am featuring older posts I, or guests, have written in the past. This is a recycled gust post by my friend Sarah who blogs at whatsarahfound.com::
Hello! I am so excited