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Reindeer Footprint Art Christmas Keepsake on Canvas

reindeer footprint art

Two years ago the kids and I crafted a few Christmas keepsake art projects and those keepsakes have been my absolute favorite holiday decorations to unpack each Christmas since! The first were our handprint Christmas trees, and the other, which I never shared here on the blog before, were our Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Footprint […]

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Snow & Ice Activities for Kids

Snow & Ice activities

Tuesday Tots is a weekly link-up sharing posts for kids 5 and under co-hosted by In Lieu of Preschool (me), Rainy Day Mum, Growing a Jeweled Rose, and Learn with Play at Home.  Be sure to follow our Tuesday Tots Pinterest board! There were tons of great posts shared on Tuesday Tots last week!  Some of my favorites involved SNOW & ICE activities for […]

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Winter Activities for Kids

winter activities for kids

Tuesday Tots is a weekly link-up sharing posts for kids 5 and under co-hosted by In Lieu of Preschool (me), Rainy Day Mum, Growing a Jeweled Rose, and Learn with Play at Home.  Be sure to follow our Tuesday Tots Pinterest board!  Welcome to the first Tuesday Tots of 2013!! There were lots of great winter activities for kids shared on Tuesday Tots at […]

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Christmas Bubble Art & DIY Wrapping Paper

Christmas bubbles art

Remember the Christmas Bubbles we showed you the other day?  Well, we did even more with them than we first shared!!  After we had our fun blowing red and green bubbles all over our tabletop, then we had even more fun making Christmas Bubble Art… …which we later turned into wrapping paper for birthday and […]

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A Christmas Tree Suncatcher

Do you remember our Suncatcher Bats from Halloween?  I searched for a piece of recycled plastic to use for making those but couldn’t find anything on hand that would work, and I ended up improvising with plastic sheets run through the laminator.  They turned out darling!  Well…as darling as bats can be that is!This past […]

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