Kids enjoy making paper snowflakes using folded sheets of paper and scissors, but the craft is not just for children. Adults also enjoy folding, trimming, clipping, and making intricate flakes of decorative snow. They are good for more than just decorative windows.
The concept of a DIY miniature house has recently made waves in the toy industry. A more intricate, realistic, and fascinating house comes in cute sizes. Without a doubt, it is an excellent toy for kids and adults of all ages. It brings nostalgia to the previous generations who used to play with doll houses that were mostly made of plastic.
The advancement of technology has surely made life a lot easier for all of us, but all of us know and have also experienced at least a few of its pitfalls. If you’re actively looking for some screen-free activities that you can get your kid engrossed in, we’ve got you some help. Read on to discover some of the best!
One of the biggest things that can divide many parents is crafts. Some parents excel in this area and love coming up with ideas and things they can create with their children. Others feel the fear because they don’t know where to start or simply don’t like the mess. Which category do you fall into?
What if I said there were crafts ideas you could do with your little ones that are not messy. It sounds too good to be true, but it is possible. With that in mind, here are some of the things to think about.
While the ‘Pinterest mum’ is a myth and doesn’t really exist, you can aspire to make some changes to the way you entertain your kids, embrace activities and rid yourself of the mum guilt you are likely hoarding. Without further ado, below are some of the craft ideas that will have you questioning whether you could actually be that “Pinterest mum” after all.
A third national lockdown in the midst of winter isn’t ideal when it comes to entertaining the kids. With the school’s shut and the miserable weather conditions making venturing outside difficult, The Mill House has created a fun array of arts and crafts activities to keep the little ones quiet for a few hours.
The Mouth and Foot Painting Artists are an incredible organisation of artists that paint without the use of their hands. As disabled people, the MFPA appreciate more than most how difficult lockdown has been, and how important keeping socially connected can be. So they are determined to help bring families closer together this Christmas, including this giveaway for you!
Families craving ways to get creative at home? Here’s food for thought, with an inspiring art tutorial from mouth and foot painting artist Tom Yendell.
Making handmade gifts can be more fun than buying them at the store. Although your creation may not be perfect, it will be more meaningful than anything you can grab off of a rack. Giving your partner a DIY gift is a special way to brighten their day. In fact, he or she might even cherish these gift ideas for a lifetime.