We had some wooden spoons left over from our party and decided to use them for an activity. My 5 year old (as all other girls) is obsessed with Disney princesses and wanted to make a mermaid. I didn’t have red wool and she insisted the hair HASTO be red so we actually painted
We’ve got a superb idea for a Teachers’ Day Gift this Year! This simple tutorial will help you create a perfect memorabilia that they can cherish for a long time to come! Let us know what you think in the comments below?
It’s TOY REVIEW THURSDAY and this week we’ve created our own! This super easy task of making our own ice paints in the hot summer months was a treat for my little girl! All you need to do is add some food colour to the water in your ice tray and freeze it with popsicle
Our kids love trying out new and interesting painting techniques especially on weekends or when a friend is over for a play date. This super simple and totally amazing activity gave us brilliant results. All you need is shaving foam ( surely the dads could spare some), paper and some food colours. Make sure you
Use the larger Lego blocks to create fun patterns while painting. Introducing new techniques helps kids to improvise and become more creative. Think of other things around the house that you can use too. Any suggestions?
Hey guys we’re back with another fun video that’s up On our You Tube channel. These simple origami butterflies are great as an activity to do with your child or even use them for decorations on your gift wrapping. They work great as 3D art too! Try them out! Don’t forget to hit Like and
Some Sunday Christmas art idea for you! Easy thumbprint Santa and his reindeer. Try it out!
If you’re at home on weekends here’s an easy recipe to make your own paints! And the best thing is they’re puffy paints! All you require are 3 ingredients ( glue, shaving cream and food colour) and you can create awesome patterns and leave them out to Dry! The final effect is phenomenal! My daughter
Make your own postbox to send those letters to Santa to the North Pole. All you need is a cardboard box, red, black and green card paper and some white paints or snowflake stickers.
Hey guys checkout these easy origami Christmas trees we made and used for our gift packaging! This is an amazing activity to try out with your kids and help them with their origami skills which will definitely enhance motor skills. It can also be used for your secret Santa gifts, as Christmas tree ornaments and
Christmas activity done by one of our Mommy friends who shared with us! Her little baby’s footprints used to make adorable little pieces of art that can go up on the wall, refrigerator or even sent out as Christmas cards! Love it!
Build motor skills with a cutting busy box enhancing motor control and at the same times keeping your children entertained.