This family hands wall art is a lovely way to capture a particular time in a family’s life.
This travel crayon box is perfect for those moments when your kids need to fill in some time without making a mess. They will love the compact cute-ness of it too!
Here are two discovery bottles that my son loves: a shaky bottle and a glittery bottle!
Truck Painting: painting a truck, painting with a truck!
Here is a tear free bubble recipe that is really easy to make. It is also nice to be assured that the bubbles won’t sting your child’s eyes.
This DIY fabric ring stacker toy is the ideal toy for babies!
If you have a young child that is putting everything in their mouth, but you want to try painting with them, then this is a great recipe for edible paint.
This easy craft uses contact paper (also known as sticky paper or sticky-backed plastic) to make tissue paper collages.
My son owns a couple of “my first word” type board books, but it occurred to me that he just wouldn’t recognise the images of the items, because they looked relatively unfamiliar to him. So I decided to make my own personalised board book for him.