As soon as September kicked in, one of the things we are already looking forward to is, what else, Halloween! Going to the farm and picking the perfect pumpkins, carving them, and putting them on display to scare the kids away. But since it’s not Halloween yet, you can still do your pumpkin art but with less “scary” factor. Take a look at this pumpkin craft that are just too cute.
Mass-produced cards are convenient, so are text messages and email greeting cards. But nothing says special more than cards you made on your own. They are treasured by both the one who made it and the recipient. The amount of time and effort put into it should tell already how SPECIAL it is.
If you still prefer it the old-fashion way of card-giving here’s an fun paper crafts DIY that you can do that the kids would surely love.
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Want to learn more paper crafts? Check out this book. Have fun!
Pokemon Go is the rave! It is everywhere… The streets, the park, the mall. Thanks to this new game, everyone is talking about Pokemons and Pokemon related crafts again. If you are taking a break from screen time, most likely you ran out of battery power, but still can’t get the game out of your head, spent your time crocheting Pokeballs. It would be fun!
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Crocheting will give you something else to do when your phone is still charging. Or you can give them to someone else who is crazy about Pokemon Go. If you want more crochet pattern, check out this book. Take out your needles and yarns and start crocheting.
Encourage your children to have fun outside, enjoy more sun and do it the old fashion way. You can easily beat the summer boredom with this easy outdoor activity that is perfect for the entire family. Jumbo dice! Doesn’t that sounds like a lot of fun? This would be a sure hit if you are planning some outdoor party or just want to take a break from technology and have some traditional fun.
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If you are feeling a little crafty, you can make your own dice from leftover lumber and paint them. Or you can these huge dice from your local store. If you are looking for fun outdoor activities to do, check out this book. Have fun!