Brighten your day with these beautiful paper Blue Morpho Butterflies! They’re super easy to make and I know you have everything needed in your craft stash. The Butterfly House is celebrating the blue morpho with Morpho Mardi Gras all through February and March 2019. They’ll have thousands of butterflies in the conservatory to amaze your kiddos–and […]
I’ve been thinking about our Summer Bucket List and noticing a lot of cool bloggers out there have created some AWESOME crafts to get that list done. Would a literal bucket full of ideas help you this summer, or do you prefer to work off a list on the frig?
A while back I saw one of those silly Facebook videos showing how easy it is to make your own “shrink charms” with recycled plastic from food packaging. I became immediately nostalgic for my childhood and began hording plastic boxes of all sorts. We’ve been going through berries by the bushel–and grocery store sushi–and I could see […]
I’m pretty easy on the kids when it comes to screen time, but when Mitch starts squishing his food into cubes before he eats it, I know we need a Minecraft detox. Here’s a simple and fun project you can do anytime–but spring is the best! You just need some dirt, a Minecraft action figure […]
Mitch has a huge collection of plush critters, from the first lamb he got as a baby to the Minecraft cow we picked up last week. The kid is 9 and shows no sign of getting bored with stuffed animals! Granted, he doesn’t snuggle up to them like he used to, but he still loves […]
Mitch worked very hard on the next project. He made a teeny tiny house from clay so we could bring you a DIY fairy garden terrarium made from–get this–a soda bottle!
Minecraft is such an awesome game, but it’s also a blackhole of screen time. To peel my kid’s eyeballs off the computer I like to distract him with fun crafts that incorporate his favorite games!
Memory matching card games are super simple to play and an easy game to hone your little one’s memory skills. You can even make your own set with some clip art or even a set of stickers. All you need is cardstock and a simple program like PicMonkey. Picmonkey is a great source for creating […]