My mild obsession with doily crafts seems no end in stopping with this sweet doily ballerina craft, inspired by my currently ballet obsessed daughter who saw this and then promptly made three wooden spoon ballerinas to take to nursery with her. Fun to make and when you’re finished it can be used as a sweet wooden spoon puppet that’s perfect for putting on twirly ballet shows!
Gone camping recently? Going camping? These camping crafts for kids are the perfect way to keep that excitement going and with ideas including making small worlds, handprint crafts and lanterns there’s plenty to keep the kids busy.
Once you have kids you find it becomes harder to focus on making your home look the way you want it and you don’t have the spare cash to splash out on a bunch of new stuff. Don’t give up, it’s important that you feel good about your home and that it’s a place which you enjoy spending time. Here are my suggestions for making your home a special, personal place, without breaking the bank.
Printing with a balloon? Why not! My kids often end up bringing balloons home from parties and I love the way this hot air balloon craft for kids gives them a bit of a second life. I’ve also got some suggestions at the end of the post for ways that you could change this craft to suit you and your kids too, let’s get started!
I think that seahorses are animals that everyone has a bit of a soft spot for (I know I do) and these seahorse crafts are a great way to share your love for them with the kids in your life. I love sharing sea crafts for kids and today I’m sharing loads of fun ideas with lots of different levels of expertise so you’ll find seahorse crafts for preschool as well as ones that are suitable for much older kids and if I get a spare ten minutes to myself I might do some myself too!