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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

DIY Pokeball Ornament

I never thought that fads I loved in middle school would be what my children are into, but Pokemon is one of those that my boys are obsessed with. My 2 year old daughter knows more Pokemon names than I thought possible thanks to her big brothers! So, this year we made some Pokeballs to decorate our Christmas tree with:
DIY Pokeball Ornament

Monday, December 5, 2016

Felt Mitten Ornament

These felt mitten ornaments are perfect for making as little add-ons to Christmas gifts this year, or for having your kids make to teach them basic sewing skills!
Simply cut out a basic mitten shape from two pieces of felt. Cut out some rectangles of white felt for the cuffs, and start sewing the pieces together (or have your kids do it).

Leave a hole big enough to stuff some poly-fill inside, sew a ribbon to the top to hang it with, and sew the opening shut.

You can easily add embellishments like buttons, lettering (I did my son's initial and the year-14).

Here's my inspiration for this ornament.

Monday, November 28, 2016

Hand Print Snowman Ornament

I've seen the ornaments that have children's hand prints turned into snowmen for years and just barely made a hand print snowman ornament with my 2 year old. I love it!
Hand Print Snowman Ornament


Thursday, November 17, 2016

Toddler Craft: Turkey

My husband loves to encourage our 2 year old to say "gobble gobble" whenever I call her a turkey (which tends to happen a lot). It's so darn cute, and often puts me in a better mood, because a toddler saying "gobble gobble" is just about the cutest thing in the world. So, a turkey craft is perfect for any little turkey in your life!
Toddler Craft: Turkey
All you need is: construction paper, glue, scissors, and googly eyes.

Monday, November 14, 2016

"Where Jesus Slept" review & giveaway (ends 11/21/16)

"Where Jesus Slept" review and giveaway (ends 11/21/16)
I know, I know it's not even Thanksgiving yet, but I wanted to share this cute book with you so whoever wins the giveaway can get their book in time for their little ones to enjoy during the Christmas season. "Where Jesus Slept" by Norma Lewis, and illustrated by Katy Hudson is a fun little book with a cadence that reminds me of the book "This is the House that Jack Built" where each page builds on the previous one.

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