A super-simple pizza recipe using a version of Jamie Oliver’s basic pizza dough recipe and Pizza Express style tomato sauce. These are a fraction of the cost of store-bought pizza and a whole lot more fun!
Is your toddler as keen on watering the garden as mine are? Do they also get more water on their feet than in the plant pots? Here’s your answer – a cheeky pig watering can made from a recycled plastic milk jug!
Sometimes the simplest craft ideas for kids are the best. Just a few materials and a big imagination is all they need to create a masterpiece! You will need: – paper – paints – pens/pencils COST: pennies AGE: babies through to older kids / adults TIME: 10 minutes + These pictures say it all really…
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Do you like to make paper airplanes for kids? I do and my boys love them! Following this guest post for The Pin Junkie, the process of making paper planes with the boys got me thinking about other craft ideas that they could be used for… So here it is – a round-up of my…
These easy scented candles in a teacup make great gifts (especially vintage ones from the thrift store)! Here’s a full step-by-step tutorial.
Yes, I know baking isn’t generally considered a craft, but I would argue that my definition could apply to either: a fun process of combining materials in order to create something wonderful. Wouldn’t you agree..?
A simple pop-up birthday card (would also be wonderful for a get well, thank you or Mothers’ day card). Great way to use up scrappy bits of wrapping paper!
This speech bubble photo gift for Daddy is a great gift for any loved one (little or no artistic skill required)! A fantastic way to display all those cute photos you have of your kids with their Daddy.
I have to admit, I was a little sceptical of painting rocks as a craft, but Pickle really enjoyed it and actually so did I (it’s very calming)! I tried to get Chops involved too, but he was far more keen on sucking paint off the brush than using it to paint with… *this post…