You’re never too young to enjoy a special day and these fun 4th July activities for toddlers make sure that younger kids can take part in all the excitement and festivities too. With tons of crafts, sensory play ideas, noisemakers and decorations there’s loads of ways for kids to get involved, which will your kids want to try first?!
I have had so much fun this week making these two crafts to share! I’ve been working with SelfPackaging to share a couple of the fun cardboard decorations that they make and these DIY cardboard cactuses and cardboard letters have been so good to sit down and enjoy crafting! They’re now all making my home look more cheerful and they’re so easy to make I’m going to share how you can create them too! (Make sure you check out the letters too – perfect for kids bedrooms!)
Today I’m sharing with you my absolute favourite Fathers Day crafts for toddlers with loads of Fathers Day cards toddlers can make and brilliant DIY gifts too!
This cute medal Fathers Day card for kids is super easy for kids to make and it’s great for practising scissor skills. Plus it looks super cute – who can resist a bit of glitter card? Perfect for all number one dads!
Since we moved house a year ago we’ve had a lot to do to our home, it was totally a renovation project and there’s still a lot of work in progress! One of the things that has been the most important to me to try and get right has been the garden. With two young kids I want them to be able to be outside as much as they can and during the summer we’d all rather be outside rather than stuck indoors! After being stuck indoors in the winter eating outside feels like a real treat and it’s a really lovely thing to do as a family and today I’m working with Garden Furniture and Interiors to share some gorgeous dining sets that are perfect for family time together as well as sharing three tips for keeping kids happy while you eat al fresco.