This toy will bring so much fun to you and your kids and make your kids happier! You will need napkins, string, markers, scissors, feathers, toys and rocks or stones. First, get together your supplies. Your kids can find their “passengers” for the parachute. Unfold napkins to make large squares. And then they can decorate their parachutes. After that kids tie a string to each corner of the parachute. Then, for each parachute, tie all four strings together down at the bottom, leaving extra long ties at the ends. Next the kids can tie their “passenger” to the strings using the ends. Now you and your kids can take the parachutes outside to test new creations!
Today’s activity that we want to share with you is very simple, yet interesting and cognitive. Thanks to these natural bracelets your kids will not be only enjoying the outside walks with you but also noticing lots of different details about the environment. So, it provides lots of entertainment and it’s completely easy and possible to prepare for it. The only thing that you need is a piece of duct tape. Simply place it around the wrist with sticky side facing out and go walking! The idea is to just stick whatever you find onto the tape. So, at the end of your walk you’ll have a beautiful and natural bracelet that you can keep and collect.
I think pairing sunny yellow and crispy white all together in one room is just one of the best ideas ever. This is how you gonna get an incredibly light and bright space at the same time, and it’s perfect for a nursery. Just look at today’s room for a girl named Klara and you’ll know I’m right. The space isn’t really spacious, but due to a light color palette and furniture in interesting shapes like the round crib it looks comfortable enough and simply pretty. My favorite things here are probably those pillows – so sweet! Take a look and I’m sure you’ll find something inspiring, too.
If your kids love funny and original toys, this paper climber is for you! You will need sturdy paper, a penny, 2 lengths of one straw that are each about 2″ long, tape, string or yarn that is cut to about 6′ and 2 beads for the ends of the string. Draw something fun on sturdy paper and cut it out. Next tape 2 parallel drinking straws about 2 inches long onto the back. You will also need to tape a penny onto your drawing to add weight. Once you have everything taped on, thread your string or yarn up through the bottom of one straw and down through the top of the next straw. Your string should be about 6′ long. The rest of the tutorial is here.
The photos of this nursery just blew my mind away! I mean, have you ever seen a more fabulous, vibrant room for a baby girl? That gold ceiling, hot pink walls and custom neon light are just swoon-worthy! We’re in love with this space created by Shannon Wollack, an interior designer and a mom of beautiful Poppy. Her sense of style, boldness in creating color schemes and mixing styles are just astonishing, really. I’m even a bit jealous of her little lady, but completely happy that she’ll be spending her childhood years here in the most chic, modern and fancy room. How do you feel about the nursery? Love or hate?
Looking for some new ideas for a kids’ party? This one will be perfect for your holiday! You will need wood doll heads (wood beads with only one hole), large bamboo skewers, kitchen shears, wood glue, paint, toothpicks, card stock, hot glue gun and hat template. Using your kitchen shears, cut skewers into three inch long pieces. Using the pointy ends only, dab a dot of glue on the cut end of the skewer and insert into the hole on the bottom of the wood bead. Hold for a few seconds and let dry. Repeat with as many toppers as you need. Once dry, use the kitchen shears to cut a toothpick in half. Pour out a small amount of paint onto a plate. Use the cut end of the toothpick to dot on the eyes. Practice on the plate. Next steps of the tutorial are here.
Summer is almost over and there’re just few weeks left before the beginning of the school year. Are you, guys, ready? We’ve got a really fun yet useful tutorial to share. I bet your kid will fall in love with these cutest monster holders and they’ll be cheering him or her up during the year. The supplies are empty shampoo bottles, black and white sticker paper, pencils, scissors and glue. First of all remove all of the labels from the shampoo bottle. Then decorate it: draw the eyes, mouth and head of the monster, using pencils. As soon as you’re done, insert a stylus above the top of the monster’s head to make an initial cut. Read the rest of the tutorial at madamecriativa.com.br.
Sometimes jellyfish looks very scary but not this time! Make this cute craft and your kids will have another toy to play. You will need snack cups (empty), googly eyes, tissue paper, scissors, glue and string. First assemble your ingredients. Cut the tissue paper into squares. Start by painting a layer of glue onto the outside of the snack cup then put on a layer of tissue paper. Repeat this process until the snack cup will be covered and you could no longer see through the tissue paper (about two to three layers). Prop the creations up to dry on baby bottle drying rack. Use small, sharp scissors to poke a hole in the center of the cups. The rest of the tutorial is here.
It isn’t a secret that summer will soon come to an end, and kids will go to the school soon or maybe they have gone already. A school is a place where they can learn something new, make friends and develop their talents. So your kids really need comfortable and beautiful clothes ! If iat school your kids don’t have a uniform, look at these back to school ideas and find outfits that will be perfect for your daughter. First of all, look at dresses. Choose simple prints or natural and calm shades, nothing should distract from studying! Also a jacket will be nice on your girl, you can combine it with a dress or a skirt. But always remember that the main thing of school clothes is natural fabric and comfort in wearing. Enjoy!
It’s incredible that imagination of some people has no limits! Out of something as simple as a milk box they could make a planter. It’s a great way to enjoy crafting together with your kid and make something beautiful and eye-pleasing. You need to clean milk or juice carton box, scissors, acrylic pain and brush. First cut your box to the desired size. You can also make cute ears just like it’s shown on the pictures and then paint the outside of the box with acrylic paint. Once the paint is dry, personalize your box a little bit: draw the nose, eyes, etc. Now you have a planter! Looks so lovely, doesn’t it?