Tag Archives: Crafts

Memory Jars for any Occasion With Free Printables!

Memory Jars for any Occasion With Free Printables!
Memory Jars for any Occasion With Free Printables!

Memory jars are an easy craft that can function as a sentimental gift or interactive activity for you and your child. A bonus: it’s cheap to make!

All you need to make a fun memory jar is an old mason jar or box, decorated however you’d like. You can use stickers, markers, ribbons or any other craft supplies to decorate the jar. Then, print out these memory jar prompts or create your own to start filling the memory jar with sentimental, funny or heartwarming anecdotes. 

Read the rest of this entry

Woodland Creature Mask

Woodland Creature Mask
Woodland Creature Mask

A while back I started doing articles for Mother And Child Magazine. I created this Fox Mask for their woodland themed party. It was so much fun to do and really not too hard.

Read the rest of this entry

W- Werkboekie Voorbeeld Verniet !!

W- Werkboekie Voorbeeld Verniet !!
W- Werkboekie Voorbeeld Verniet !!

Uiteindelik soos belowe, die begin van my nuwe Werkboekies reeks! Hierdie is die eerste een, so laat weet gerus as daar ‘n foutjie opduik, hierdie is nog die toets fase. Die idee is om ‘n werkboekie vir elke letter van die Alfabet te maak en dan daarna om nog meer voorbeelde vir elke letter te doen met verskillende aktiwiteite.

Read the rest of this entry

DIY Felt Barnyard and Finger Puppets

DIY Felt Barnyard and Finger Puppets
DIY Felt Barnyard and Finger Puppets

Ok I have to confess… I LOVE a glue gun and there are few craft things I won’t put together with it. This barnyard and finger puppets are no different. I know it would probably look so much prettier if it was stitched together like this Peppa Pig that I did on a Read the rest of this entry

Easy Craft Ideas From Unused Fabric *Guest Post*

Easy Craft Ideas From Unused Fabric *Guest Post*
Easy Craft Ideas From Unused Fabric *Guest Post*

Guest Post by Alise from Papilio Prints

Everybody has that one piece of fabric that’s connected too emotionally to throw away yet too old to be worn. They are mostly stacked at the bottom of the dresser drawers or in the darkest corners of the wardrobes, where it is most likely to be never seen again.

Holding on to clothes that we do not use prove to be a complete waste if one doesn’t believe in donating or selling them. So let’s bring out the old pieces of fabric and try some crafts.

Below are the most practical and innovative ways to transfigure a Read the rest of this entry