Have you heard the latest from the catwalks of Paris?
Kindy chic is so hot right now.
Okay, so that claim is completely unsubstantiated.
But who can resist some kid-made handiwork?
Here are 2 ways to turn kid’s art into jewellery.
Nothing engages the littles quite like some squelching, squishing, scooping and mixing.
Here are 9 fun and simple sensory play ideas that have been popular at our place.
I’m a teacher with a penchant for picture books and art projects.
I want to raise kind and creative kids.
Despite being committed to alla these things, I still often feel like all the ideas have left the building when I’m looking for arty inspiration.
On many an occasion, I’ve been supremely exasperated by an art or craft project gone pear-shaped.
I’m often intrigued by new art processes but am too hesitant to try them or just don’t have the right supplies.
Often I get to the end of the day with such brain drain that bedtime stories are a drag, not a joy.
Despite living in a home surrounded by books and art supplies, I’m always on the lookout for ways to connect with my kids through reading and creating.
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Painting is a favourite activity here for my littles.
As a result, there is one word to describe the rate at which the painted masterpieces pile up.
Every few weeks, the pile starts taking over our art studio (read: laundry) and something MUST BE DONE.
One of my random Mum skills happens to be finding new ways to repurpose kids’ art.
We got creative with science to make this Mother’s Day card.
My creative sister from another mister, Susie from Handy with Scissors, is forever inspiring me to “give junk a chance.” She creates amazing projects out of things destined for the recycling bin. This week, Susie challenged us to get creative with containers as @get.creative.with guest judge. Here are 8 amazing ways to craft with containers.
Did you have any egg decorating traditions growing up?
Every Easter, I’m determined to nail the whole egg decorating business and never quite succeed.
Well, by golly, by gosh, this year I think I’ve nailed it. #modest
We had a go at egg decorating with floating chalk and the results were pretty rad.
Nothing like an Easter Hat Parade to have you scrambling for the glue gun and pom poms.
Here’s a cute and simple DIY for some Easter Bunny Ears using pipe cleaners, a headband and paper. (And pom poms should you so desire. Because pom poms.)
Paint chip crafts have been celebrated in the #getcreativewith challenge on Instagram this week.
The crafty ladies from Little Button Diaries and I were stoked to have Rossa from @curiouslittlepeople on board as Guest Judge for the week.
Last week, Little Button Diaries and I asked the crafty people of Instagram to #getcreativewith cardboard. The number of fun and colourful ideas generated was just insane.
Here are 13 ways to get creative with cardboard.