With less than two weeks until the holiday weekend the NurtureStore house is now full on baking, painting and generally bursting with Easter crafts! I’ve got a great idea today for an Easter creation station, which invites the children to glue, stick, paint, tear and create to their hearts content.
Looking for some Easter craft activities for children? Here’s an idea that takes a childhood classic and gives it a spring-time twist – we’re potato printing chicks, lambs and rabbits!
This post is part of the Spring and Easter blog party – take a look at the end of this post and you’ll find over 80 fun Easter activities for children, tried and tested by kids blogs from right around the world.
Easter craft activities for children :: potato printing [Read more…]
I’m joining in with the 20 Days of a kid-Made Christmas fiesta today and sharing an idea for some DIY clay heart decorations, which are so pretty for hanging on the Christmas tree or as some festive bunting. Here’s the DIY clay recipe and how to make the heart decorations.
DIY clay heart bunting [Read more…]
Can you hear those jingle bells? Christmas crafting has begun! This homemade gift wrap made with Christmas scented paint is the first of many Christmas crafts that are on the way – but this one is the best smelling!
Ever so simple, and ever so pretty: here’s how to make a Christmas angel craft for kids.
This handprint Christmas wreath is easy to make and oh so festive!
Easy handprint Christmas wreath for kids
Remember the scented Christmas paints we used to make our homemade Advent calendar? We couldn’t resist getting our hands in!
You can use a variety of colours, or stick with red and white. Be as random or as meticulous with your pattern as you like. You might like to use the adult-sized handprints around the outer edge, then fill in the centre with some over-lapping child-sized prints.
Let’s make this winter the year when we delight in the cold and the dark.
Gather your children, get cosy, and make memories and connections together.
I’ll show you how with this guide to a cosy and connected winter: