Our fall has been beautiful this year! The colors of the trees have been exceptionally vibrant. Leaves can be used to make a cute little turkey for Thanksgiving.
First, take a walk to enjoy the great outdoors. Rustle through the leaves, enjoy the smell of fall in the air, and make a memory with your . . . Read More: Turkey of Leaves ~ a Craft for Thanksgiving
Play dough monsters can be whipped up in no time and work well as a Halloween party activity. The supplies are minimal and play dough is cheap to make.
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With Halloween just around the corner and Christmas quickly approaching, your little angel or fairy princess may need DIY no sew wings to make their costume spectacular. I found this video tutorial for inspiration and here are our tips to make DIY costume wings.
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We just had a community program at our local library called “Fall into Reading”. My part was to provide the craft to connect to the stories. It is difficult to find an activity appropriate for multiple ages that is cheap and easy to produce when you have no idea how many kids are going . . . Read More: Fall Crafts for a Crowd
The summer has evaporated too quickly! Many people have already started school and we begin next week. On this post you will find 10 back to school organziing tips plus so much more. A group of bloggers from the Kid Blogger Network have come together to create an extensive back to school link-up party for . . . Read More: 10 Back to School Tips and a KBN Link-Up too!