๐Ÿฅ Milk Bottle Bird Feeder ๐Ÿฅ

This is a lovely quick craft to do with the kids at the weekend & is a great way to recycle old milk bottles. All you need are some washed out milk bottles, scissors or a craft knife, string, pencil and some permanent markers. I cut out the hole for the bird food and the […]

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Play X-Ray Machine

My daughter is totally obsessed with Doc McStuffins at the moment and her bedroom is now the toy hospital! After looking at the branded toys online and being horrified by the prices we started wondering what we could make ๐Ÿค”. First on the request list was an X-ray machine and here is the finished product. […]

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๐ŸŒˆLockdown Rainbow Paper Chain๐ŸŒˆ

I love this idea that my daughter Emily came up with I want to share it with you! She said “we could colour in a piece of paper each day of lockdown and make a paper chain with them”. So the lockdown rainbow paper chain was born. I love that this can incorporate mindfulness & […]

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Wooden disc decorations

Looking for inspiration for Christmas day table settings? Or, looking for a personalised homemade gift? I made these last year when we hosted our first Christmas dinner at home. I used them as place name settings and they doubled up as gifts to hang on the Christmas tree. ๐ŸŽ„ I always fancied having ago at […]

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Rudolph the red nose reindeer

Christmas is the perfect time for crafting with the kids, especially this year which is much quieter than usual due to the dreaded Covid pandemic. So we have definitely been getting our craft on more than usual! This is our latest accomplishment which the kids are loving playing with/fighting over! ๐Ÿคฆโ€โ™€๏ธ We used: Cardboard Pens, […]

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Toddler Mealtimes

Do you have a constant battle to get your little one to sit at the table & eat?! I know I am not the only one to find it demoralising when they wonโ€™t eat anything you put in front of them. God forbid you should put a parsnip on the plate which then naturally renders […]

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๐ŸŒˆ Rainbow Spiders ๐Ÿ•ท

These are so quick to make and look really great! Here’s how I did it… Draw around a lid twice on some cardboard & cut out two identical circles. Wrap some multi-coloured wool around them until completely covered and tie off. Add a piece of wool for it to hang down from. Glue on some […]

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Children’s Baking Binder

There are lots of lovely children’s cooking books on the market but everyone has there own selection of favourite recipes don’t they? Whenever I buy a cook book I inevitably only cook a few things out of it and the remainder goes unread. I have kept a binder of printed recipes and pages out of […]

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Make your own travel Play Kitchen

Our Ikea toy kitchen has always been a firm favourite with my kids and it has sparked their imaginations from toddlerdom right through to age 6 and will do beyond i’m sure. So when we are going away and i am packing a few toys to keep them entertained this is my solution: I came […]

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