Have you ever wanted to take photos of your baby but find it hard? Yes, taking baby pictures can be very tricky. Where to put them, what props to use and what’s the best background… Plus, they always seem to move around and can’t focus on looking at the camera for too long.
Donuts are one of our favorite treats. I think everyone’s too. Well, we don’t need any reason to celebrate and make some donut crafts. They can add a yummy visual to any projects you are working on. The frosting and sprinkles effects are just adorable.
Read the full post at Lucy’s Cards.
Checkers seems to be one of the most underrated games. It’s quite easy to learn and it’s so fun too. It’s a pretty interesting game to play when you have some friends over or just want to challenge someone on a nice day outside. IF you don’t have a set, don’t fret because you can always make one with materials already found in your home.
Make this with instructions from Think Crafts.
What we love about this craft is that you can carry it anywhere. You can bring it outside and play under a tree or by the fireplace on a rainy day. You can get one here if you’re not too crafty but if you have the time, you can get this assorted buttons and copper paint to make your own.
Who doesn’t love the adventures of the Rainbow Fish? We just love how his scales sparkles when we read and go through his stories. But don’t just read it. Make it more interesting by using props while you’re telling the story. Make a rainbow fish prop craft.
Find out how at One Artsy Mama.
Do you own any books from the Rainbow Fish series? The kids would surely love him. It would be fun to have a crafting activity with this theme as well. For sure, you will need a lot of glitter glues. Have fun!