Are you ready for St. Patrick’s Day? If you need a quick idea for a holiday party, or just want something fun to throw in kids’ lunches, these printable St. Patrick’s Day bag toppers are a great way to go.
My kids love to read and one of our favorite things to do is come up with crafts that go along with our favorite books. This cute little Valentine’s Day craft for kids goes along with one of our favorite Valentine’s Day books: The Day it Rained Hearts. This is always a fun read and this art project is easy enough that even young preschoolers can do it.
You all loved the firework salt painting project so much that we decided to do a Christmas version! Craft projects with my kids are my favorite thing to do in the winter months where we can’t get out as much. This Christmas Tree Salt Painting art project is perfect for kids (or anyone really). The final product looks so pretty! These make the perfect Christmas art project for kids and this technique is such a great way to make DIY holiday decorations!
These shaving cream marbled pumpkins are the perfect activity to do with your kids this fall. With only a few supplies needed, you’ll have the perfect pumpkin craft for kids in no time.
Fall is in full swing! After a very hot summer I have been looking forward to apple cider, pumpkins, and corn mazes in the cooler weather. My kids have been wanting to decorate for fall so I decided to make some pumpkin crafts with them that would work for either halloween or thanksgiving.
I had tried creating marbled paper before with shaving cream so I decided to cut out some pumpkin shapes My daughter had a blast with this! Its a bit messy, but that’s kind of the fun part.
These DIY Pool Noodle Swords are so easy to make and kids love to play with them. These are so much fun for summer or perfect for a DIY gift.
As a new mom, I always said I wasn’t going to buy toy swords for my kids. Three boys later and everything in my house turned into a sword. They may not have had “toy swords” but they had Lego bricks, sticks they found in the yard, and a million other things they found around the house.
I gave in after a few years and let them have a few toy swords. Since then they’ve spent a lot of time “fighting” with each other and having a blast.
These DIY pool noodle swords are cheap to make and are really fun for kids to play with. The padding of the pool noodle gives then a bit of cushioning so they won’t cause much damage (and they have a bit of bounce when they hit other swords).
My kids have had so much fun making and playing with these DIY pool noodle swords. Get creative and come up with your own versions. My older boys made a few short ones for their little sisters (which they loved) and a longer double sword that they have loved showing off to their friends.