Looking for a great way to make breakfast more fun? A low mess way to decorate eggs? Or maybe a super fun craft that doubles as the perfect springy napkin ring? With little more than a block of polymer clay and a marker, you and your kids can make these super fun spring animal egg cups.
I love spring and after a long wet winter it feels especially wonderful this year. With the sun finally shining through the windows I got a really good look at the fingerprints on the glass and realized it was time for some serious spring cleaning. This year I wanted to make sure those fingerprinting culprits helped get the house spick and span, so I created a game! I've partnered with Lemi Shine to bring you tips and a free printable for getting your house clean freak clean with help from the kids.
I've got a fun twist on my very popular ribbed knit hat pattern! Jude requested a new cap for our trip to the snow and I was happy to oblige. He fell in love with the neon orange by Caron Simply Soft and while I love being able to spot him from a mile away, I thought the design could benefit from the addition of a calmer color. Adding navy made the hat more interesting and warmer!
This handmade tiny treehouse is my new favorite kid craft. It is simple yet sculptural, collaborative yet kid-led, and the best part? You're left with a stunning piece to decorate your space and encourage creative play.
This is a really great winter project. It may be too stormy to play outside, but you can bring the outdoors in with this sculpture that doubles as a play platform for your kiddo's favorite toys. We chose to keep our design fairly simple, but you could really go all out, the skies the limit! Your kids can create the treehouse of their dreams, no major construction required!
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