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Welcome to Tuesday Tots! This week I am featuring some easy Mother’s Day Crafts for kids that were shared in last week’s link-up and from our own archives! Beautiful flowers, personalized gifts with fingerprints and handprints, and fabulous painted flower pots! These crafts are sure to make Mom smile and warm her heart on her […]Continue reading
**This counting practice activity for kids is brought to you by Malia of Playdough to Plato. There’s no surer sign that spring has begun than seeing the bulbs in our front yard sprout. And after this year’s rainy, cold Seattle winter, I decided to celebrate by creating these colorful flower number cards. They were so […]Continue reading
Remember last week when I told you we spent a whole afternoon painting WITH pumpkins? Well I was so excited then to tell you about the Rolling Pumpkin Paint Stamp we invented that I didn’t get into the other fun ways we experimented with paint and pumpkins, but now I’m back to tell you all about them! […]Continue reading
My latest post is up on WRAL’s Go Ask Mom page! “Crafty Mom: Thumbprint Flowers for Mother’s Day.”Check it out here! Easy Thumbprint Flowers for Mother’s Day Here are what our finalized Mother’s Day gifts looked like before being sent out: Be sure to hop over to Go Ask Mom for the full thumbprint flower […]Continue reading
Last week, I read a blog post by Aleacia at Dilly-Dali Art that changed my life. Okay, not really. But I did read a post with the coolest. art. activity. EVER!!! And, it did change my life in that I had to run out to a craft store for paint AND a home improvement store for pots […]Continue reading