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Showing posts with label kids. Show all posts

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Super Hero Dress Ups and Costume

A few months ago I hosted a yard sale for a Youth Fundraiser.  One of the donations was a simple super hero cape made by a neighbor who had passed away.  Her family were cleaning out the house and decided to donate the old dress ups.  I was totally intrigues by the simplicity of these capes and just had to recreate them in an updated version.  So I began figure out the designs I wanted and how I would put them together.  So today I will share how I made the basic cape and over the next couple of weeks I will share the individual images I made for each super hero. So First up is Spiderman!
I will start with the basic cape that is used for all versions.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Turkey Crayon Holder

Turkey crayon holder www.freetimefrolics.com

Every year growing up for TThanksgiving we had a kids table.  All the cousins would be there and we would just have fun visiting and playing together for the holiday.  I though for this year I would make something cute and useable for our kids table.  So I came up with this adorable Turkey Crayon holder.  It makes and adorable center piece and holds your kiddos crayons for something to do.  Watch for my kids activity page to go with it in a couple weeks!  Just in time for the Turkey!

Friday, March 21, 2014

Elsa & Anna {Frozen} Necklaces DIY

Anna and Elsa Inspired  Frozen necklaces via www.freetimefrolics.com #frozen #necklaces

Little Miss recently had a birthday.  She has been waiting for the movie to come out to have a Frozen party. So to add to the fun we have been going full frozen at our house. So with the idea from Steph over at Crafting in the Rain.  I made these fun and easy Bead Necklaces.  Inspired by Anna and Elsa in the movie. They are super easy to make and look adorable on your little miss!~
So lets get started!

Sunday, December 15, 2013

My Kind of Holiday with Target gift card Giveaway

This post is sponsored by Target.  All opinions and content are my own.  Follow along with #MyKindofHoliday #MKOH

I love holiday shopping and finding great deals on toys, clothes and Tech. Each year I try to start early and end early. This year is no different.  But I save those gifts on my list that will go on sale to buy closer to Christmas.  That's why I love shipping at Target.  They have amazing deals on toys, clothing and electronics in December!  And I can buy every family member a gift in one store! Check out my gift ideas for my kiddos this year.  My little's loved our shopping day at Target.  They found lots of Toys to add to Santa's List.

Monday, July 29, 2013

Future MacGuyver Kit {Maybe I Will}

Do you have a guy who love gadgets and gizmos?  If so this may be the perfect gift.  Do you remember Mac Guyver from when you were a kid?? My family loved it.  Know you can watch it on Netflix.  So I sat my kids down and showed them a few episodes.  It is a little hokey looking back but if nothing else it brings back the creativity and problem solving kids need. Andie from Maybe I will came up with this adorable kit for her son and he is in love.  I used it as part of my TV segment. He was thrilled when I brought  it back home. Needless to say it was a hit!  So head on over and check it out! 

Future MacGuyver Kit @ Maybe I Will

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Paper Dolls {Everyday Art}

I have always loved Paper dolls. My Everyday Art shared how to make your own with free printable's. Just print, laminate and play.  I love how easy they are!  Head on over and get your dolls going!

Please stick around and check out all the amazing Christmas Gift Ideas.

Monday, July 22, 2013

Lacing Boards {I Gotta Try That}

Make your own fun and educational lacing boards for your kids!
These lacing cards will definitely keep little hands busy and entertained in the car, on a plane, at restaurants, church or even while mom's trying to get dinner ready.
Lacing toy's encourage dexterity, fine motor skills, coordination and attention to detail, all while enjoying every minute of it.
I purchased the supplies at the dollar store.
A cardboard puzzle, a foam puzzle and two books with 
the really thick pages.
I started with the Disney book and cut out the board pages.
This one book will give us six lacing cards.
The foam puzzle I left alone, but I took the cardboard puzzle 
and glued the pieces so it would'nt come apart.
Next I took a sharpie and put a dot everywhere 
I wanted a hole to be.
Then we drilled a hole on every dot!
I purchased a few bright colored shoe laces
from the dollar store to lace with.
You will need a long shoelace for each board.
 That's it!
You can let the kids take it from here.
They will have countless hours of fun!

Friday, July 19, 2013

Christmas in July {Ginger Snap Crafts}

Another great idea for Christmas this year from Ginger Snap Crafts.  She has made these adorable wood blocks.  Your kids can build what ever they want. I can't wait to make them into a little town for my boys.  They can cruse their cars around town. Head over and check out her amazing tutorial and may a set of your own!

Monday, January 28, 2013

Only time will tell...Valentine Printable

I found these cute candy watches the other day at the dollar store.  I loved these as a kid and begged my mom to buy me one at the store.  Do you remember them?? Candy necklaces, lipstick and bracelets. They were the best.  Well my little miss saw them and wanted them to.  And for only a buck who can say no?  So I came up with this sweet, easy valentine for her to help make. I used one of my favorite things... Washi Tape!

Friday, January 25, 2013

Valentines Teacher & Classmate idea

This year for my boys teacher, I wanted to find something fun and humorous for them. I thought this little saying says it all.  "I hope you Valentines doesn't Suck this year.  I paired with with one of those cool drinking cups that are ever so popular.  Fill it with a yummy treat and you are ready to go.
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