This is such an easy way for preschoolers to make homemade wrapping paper and gift tags! You simply need some large pieces of plain paper, or preferably a roll of brown parcel paper, some cookie cutters and some thick paint, such as acrylic. Squirt the paints into trays or shallow
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I finally made the girls some easy homemade tutus (after the fairy party months ago!) and it was SO straightforward. This requires NO sewing at all and takes only about 30 minutes to complete- that’s my kinda project!
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For Cakie’s fairy birthday party earlier this month I made 25 little fairy dolls from wooden clothes pegs (pins.) They hung from the trees and were hidden amongst the flowers while the children played around them in the garden. Then they were popped inside the party bags as little additions to the going-home treats! Continue reading DIY: Clothes Peg Fairies
While the girls were painting their salt dough footprints the other day I thought I’d get them to make a quick card each to go with their gifts for daddy this Sunday! These took all of 5 minutes to make and are a cute alternative to the usual card. Continue reading Stuffed heart collage card
These little footprints were very easy and very cheap to make and will make perfect keepsake gifts for daddy this Father’s day! Salt dough recipe: 1 cup salt 1 cup plain flour Half a cup of warm water Mix together into a large bowl and knead it
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