DIY Metallic-Designed Canvas 1. Spray paint selected canvas gold 2. Use painter's tape and create desired design 3. Once covered with design, spray paint in a different color 4. Carefully peel off the painter's tape and let dry
I LOVE THIS IDEA!!! "Every Easter, my mom hosts an egg hunt at her house for my two daughters, ages 9 and 5. She puts puzzle pieces in plastic eggs, and the girls, after collecting them, try putting the puzzle together to see if they have found them all. If a piece is missing, they know an egg is still out there and they need to keep hunting!" --Donita Calef Chester Springs, PA Originally published in the March 2013 issue of FamilyFun
Easter Egg Puzzle Hunt - use customizable puzzles to write a message as part of a scavenger hunt!
Caped Cute-sader ~ Your child will be a hero when they hand out these supertreats!
Why didn't I think of this before I threw away a bunch of old cards. Totally gonna start making my cards into books!
trace any shape, paint on glue, and add glitter. cute and simple!
LOVE this simple idea! Then decorate tree with this and kids won't want to eat one every five minutes LOL
Add a cotton ball a day - once his beard is full, it's Christmas! cute
This is the best way to Scrapbook ever. I'm completely in love with this idea!
Magic Elf Seeds-use tic-tac's and sugar. The kids plant the 'seeds' before they go to bed and then when they wake up, they are candy canes! So cute for christmas eve!
10 Ways to Make Christmas Magical for Kids- love this list!
ARt Lettering - Hand lettering - Art Lettering - Calligraphy - Lettering Techniques - Round up of Christmas chalkboard printables and downloads!
LOVE this idea for the first morning of the return of the Elf, swimming in a sink of mini marshmallows, and a bowl of powdered donuts for breakfast with a little treat for the kids, and of course the Elf on a Shelf book to read!
Spooktacular Halloween Decor - Stubbornly Crafty