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Thumbprint Heart Jewelry Dish – Gifts Kids Can Make

| January 16, 2015 | 1 Comment
Thumbprint Heart Jewelry Dish – Gifts Kids Can Make

Our 31 Days of Love series continues. Today we share a lovely little Fingerprint Craft from Stephanie at Modern Parents Messy Kids. This is a wonderful keepsake craft, that doubles up nicely as a Valentine’s Day gift or Mother’s Day gift. So be inspired and make it for Mum’s birthday or for another special day. […]

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No-Sew Potato Print Valentine Bunting

| January 14, 2015 | 1 Comment
No-Sew Potato Print Valentine Bunting

No-Sew Potato Print Valentine Bunting Helloooo, I’m Emma, a teacher, mummy and craft addict. You’ll usually find me over at My Little 3 and Me where I love writing about all the crafts and activities I enjoy with my three children. I want to start with a HUGE thank you to Maggy for welcoming me […]

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Toilet Roll Love Bugs for Valentine’s Day

| January 13, 2015 | 4 Comments
Toilet Roll Love Bugs for Valentine’s Day

I’m Kate and I blog over at The Craft Train, where we share crafty ideas for kids and parents. We are thrilled to be taking part in Red Ted Art’s ‘31 Days of Love‘ series once again. Do browse the rest of the series for Valentine’s Day Cards, Valentine’s Day Decorations, Valentine’s Day Treats or Valentine’s Day Gifts… LOTS […]

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White Clay Heart Bunting (Valentine’s Day Decoration)

| January 12, 2015 | 13 Comments
White Clay Heart Bunting (Valentine’s Day Decoration)

Welcome back to more lovely LOVE CRAFTS as part of our 31 Days of Love this January. Celebrating the blogging community, as well upcoming Valentine’s Day, each day we bring you a new guest post craft. Something for everyone from Valentine’s Day Cards, Valentine’s Day Decorations, Valentine’s Day Treats or Valentine’s Day Gifts…  Full 31 […]

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How to Make Friendship Bracelets (Beginners)

| January 5, 2015 | 0 Comments
How to Make Friendship Bracelets (Beginners)

Soooo, as my kids get older, it is exciting to be able to do more and more different crafts and activities with them. Our latest forage into “learning something” – are the classic Friendship Bracelets made with embroidery threads. I remember making these Friendship Bracelets when I was 14 and at Summer Camp.  I couldn’t […]

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Valentine’s Day Craft – Salt Dough Heart Footprints

| January 3, 2015 | 25 Comments
Valentine’s Day Craft – Salt Dough Heart Footprints

I am very excited about Valentines Day this year, Little N who is now 2 years old is a very inquisitive, thoughtful little girl who enjoys getting messy and having fun. She has such a great relationship with both sets of Grandparents so this is an opportunity to get creative and make a lovely Valentine’s […]

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Moustache Crafts – Mug Gift For Dad

| December 28, 2014 | 0 Comments
Moustache Crafts – Mug Gift For Dad

So, a little while a go, I decided it would be fun to investigate all things MOUSTACHE (or mustache! depending on where you are from). The Moustache is a quircky little accessory, that is great to adding to ANYTHING, a bit like googly eyes and turn it from “something” into “something fun”! I wouldn’t say […]

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30 Star Wars Crafts & Activities

| December 26, 2014 | 3 Comments
30 Star Wars Crafts & Activities

Now.. I don’t know about you, but both The Englishman and my son are HUGE STAR WARS fans.. I guess it is a generational thing (mainly the Englishman’s childhood) and him passing on his childhood passion to his son. Personally, I enjoy the Star Wars films and the Star Wars characters, but I really don’t […]

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Tea Light Snowman Ornament

| December 17, 2014 | 2 Comments
Tea Light Snowman Ornament

Here is a super cute little Snowman Craft for you – I love how quick and easy it is to make this snowman.. and that you can use this snowman craft as a Christmas Tree Ornament, or alternatively, add a little pin to the back and you have a fun and festive Seasonal Brooch to […]

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Classroom Christmas Craft – Handprint Tree

| December 16, 2014 | 0 Comments
Classroom Christmas Craft – Handprint Tree

Here is a little Christmas Craft for the Classroom – a wonderful Handprint Christmas Tree. If you manage a classroom or a child minder with a house full of children, this is a wonderful collaborative Christmas Project to do to decorate your classroom or play area. It is super simple to do and a great way to […]

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Cork Print Snowman Cards

| December 15, 2014 | 1 Comment
Cork Print Snowman Cards

Here is a quick post for you… as some of you may know, over on instagram, I do an #ArtClubMonday hashtag. Really, it is just a quick snap of a little project we are working on. It is usually open ended and the kids get to take it into whatever direction they want. Also, it […]

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Christmas Wreath Ornament Rainbow Loom

| December 14, 2014 | 1 Comment
Christmas Wreath Ornament Rainbow Loom

During the Summer holidays, when we were in the middle of our “Rainbow Loom” fever, teh kids and I came up with this super cute and simple Rainbow Loom Wreath idea – it works great as a Christmas Wreath ornament and is even cuter on our Fairy Door as a Christmas decoration. As we like […]

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Easy DIY Christmas Jumper for Kids

| December 9, 2014 | 3 Comments
Easy DIY Christmas Jumper for Kids

It is Christmas Jumper Day here in the UK soon and like many British school, the children will be wearing Christmas Jumpers on Friday 12th December to raise funds for Save The Children. Not actually owning any Christmas Jumpers (Red Ted, doesn’t really wear jumpers much) and not really having the time or inclination to […]

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12 Christmas Cork Crafts – Getting Festive!

| December 5, 2014 | 1 Comment
12 Christmas Cork Crafts – Getting Festive!

Welcome back to another Crafty “Round Up” and Craft Video!! Today’s topics is a favourite crafting material of mine – Wine Corks and Champagne Corks! It isn’t that we drink that much (ahem!), I get them all from my in law (honest!!), I just love the texture, shape and feel of course. They are almost […]

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