It’s easy to spend a fortune on kids toys only to see them piling up unused in the corners of the bedroom! Why not try inspiring creativity and imaginative play with homemade toys made from recycled materials instead, like these awesome Cardboard Homemade Toys? Kids will love to play with something they’ve helped to make and it’s great for building their environmental awareness too.
Have you got any old CD’s lying around? Kids can have loads of fun with old CDs making COLOURFUL CD SCRATCH ART. It’s a fabulous recycled and process art opportunity. These look great hanging as a mobile or why not varnish them for drink coasters?
We LOVE circus skills and can’t wait to show you how to make SOCK POI quickly, easily and cheaply. POI SPINNING is such a fun activity for kids that encourages outside play and gross motor skills development.
Have your kids had a say in how their bedroom is decorated? We’ve been working with Dulux this week to bring you this fun Jungle Scene Playset to go with their exciting Jungle themed bedroom design. This playset looks amazing but is so easy to make using toilet paper roll crafts. It’s such a great way to spark creativity and imaginative play in your little animal lover.
Are you looking for an Easter game that’s a wow with kids and is simple and speedy to make? Our Easter Colour Matching and Math Game is so bright and irresistible for kids, they’ll love playing with it! While the kids are busy having fun they’ll be developing their colour and math skills too.
This week our weather is finally beginning to feel a bit Wintery and we’ve got our fingers crossed for snow. To get us in the mood we’ve been busy with this cute and easy Tin Can Snowman Craft – turning old tin cans into Snowman Desk Tidies and a Snowman Bowling Game! What fun.
Here’s a fabulous DIY Wall Letter Craft that both kids and grown ups will love. You can buy ready-made paper mache wall letters to decorate from craft shops but this DIY hack is so easy, saves you a heap of money and is perfect for kids to make their own name wall letters for their bedroom.
Christmas decorating gets me in a bit of a tizz every year. Half of me wants to let the kids go wild with all things tacky and tinsel and the other half of me yearns for the idillic and subtle homemade, rustic perfection I see in glossy magazines! What to do, what to do? Well, this Christmas Lid Ornament craft is a perfect solution to having a foot in both decorating style camps!