These bunnies are dollar store finds and just needed a little paint. Voila, perfect little bunnies. Click here for this tip from The Project Pile.
Plastic Easter Eggs aren’t just only for Easter egg hunts for the kids. There are many ways to reuse the eggs after the hunt. Try one of these Crafts and Activities Using Plastic Eggs! Chalk Painted Speckled Easter Eggs from In My Own Style Easter Egg Bathbombs from Bitz n Giggles Spring Mantel Egg Garland […]
MOM Tip: This is perfect for a road trip or just a handy activity to keep in your purse for desperate moments. Make a sticky-note coloring case out of a soap or travel first-aid kit container. Click here to get this tip from Family Fresh Meals.
Don’t be scared to bring out the paint with your little ones. This painting project is mess free. You will need a canvas, paint, cling film and tape. Click here for this tip from Messy Little Monster.
MOM Tip: Here’s an easy St. Patrick’s Day craft for the kids to make – a rainbow pot o’ gold chain link! All you need is: construction paper, scissors, gold glitter, glue, tape, and floss. Click here for this tip from Crafty Morning.
MOM Tip: Shamrock Slime is a quick and easy St. Patrick’s Day kids craft that the whole family will enjoy! Here are the items needed to make Shamrock Slime: Glue – green glitter glue or white school glue Food Coloring (if using white glue) Water – 1 cup + 1 tsp. Borax – 1 tsp. Click […]
For your little cat lovers. A cat matching game that you can print on your own and have lots of family fun. Click here to get this FREE Cat Matching Memory Game For Kids Printable from Sunny Day Family.
MOM Tip: Put together a chore board if your chores change regularly. Get the step-by-step directions from Handmade Charlotte. Click here to get this tip from Handmade Charlotte.
MOM Tip: Make sure your Superbowl viewing party is winning with this easy-to-make tissue paper pom-pom craft. Click here for this tip from Martha Stewart.
MOM Tip: Homemade gifts are often some of the best and meaningful, especially when they come from some of our littlest loved ones. Click here for this tip from Teach-Me-Mommy.