We had so much fun making this with the kids 🙂
We wanted to share a fun glimpse into our day … so here it is!
It’s time for show and tell once again !
This is a real fun upcycle I did using and old night stand.
It now is a wonderful play stove.
Be inspired! Get creating!
Making self portraits and learning our shapes at the same time .
the children made a picture of themselves using shapes and their favorite colours..
The end result was adorable!
Like I said ADORABLE 🙂
Sometimes trying to find new and different ways to make painting exciting can be a bit challenging. One of our favorite ways to paint is to cover the easel with tinfoil. This time I added some gold glitter and cornstarch to the paint.
If I had planned it better I would have made a trip first to the dollar store and picked up some snowflake stickers to add to our paintings after they dried.
Super easy and fun, the kids and I painted egg cartons then glued them to a wreath cut out of poster board.
We then glued a button into the center of each and made bright green leaves out fun foam and stuck them in the empty places.
super cute – super fun!
Very simple, much Fun!
Our favourite St Patty’s Day craft this year.
I taped three cylinder wooden blocks together, we then used it as a stamp. We also have one stamp with four blocks… We used that one only once.
It was for good luck 🙂
Because the days are getting shorter I thought it would be fun to talk about night time, and today we made night lights … the kids are very excited to take them home and use them tonight.
I mixed glue and water with some gold paint and glitter. The kids used a paint brush and covered the jar. Some of the kids wanted to stick tissue paper on their jars. I used tiny battery operated tea lights inside the jars that I found at the local dollar store which cost 2 for a dollar.