Grab your scissors, grab your glue! We have 20 fabulous and simple Disney inspired crafts for you to make. If your kids adore Disney movies like mine do, they’re going to love these. We have a huge selection of Disney Inspired crafts today from Frozen, Planes, Nemo and more!
I am a total sucker for garlands. I love decorating for the season or a special celebration. If they are printable and free well that is even better. They are such an inexpensive and effective way to spruce up or decorate your home.
Are you a good gift giver? I am training my boys to be great gift givers, but father’s Day is always a challenge. We have the cards sorted for you with these fab free print and colour in Father’s Day cards. However, we do find Father’s Day quite a challenge especially as MadDad wants for nothing really. If he needs something then he tends to buy it!
Buttons make a great craft material and these 20 adorable button crafts for kids are a great way of recycling them. There is something magical about Buttons. I remember spending hours when I was young with my Mum’s button tin. I used to sort them and play with them and just love looking at them, wondering where they had come from. Lots of them wee her mums before her.
I love watercolour glue resist and we have joined in with a fantastic tea of kid and art bloggers to bring you an amazing resource. The complete under the sea watercolour glue resists Roundup. Yes, Ocean Watercolour Glue Resist Art Ideas many with free printables to make it even easier.
My boys are just fascinated with all things to do with the Sea. They love nothing better than visiting aquariums and these fab octopus colouring pages for kids were inspired by our families love of the sea. I have left them super simple, so they are perfect for children to use as templates or to embellish as they chose. Plus keep an eye out for a fab art project using them.
If you know me then you know that I love turning the ordinary into something a little special and as a family, we love movie nights, so when Universal Pictures Home Entertainment asked me to create a post celebrating the DVD release of SING I was so excited. We decided to make movie night a little bit special with these fab printable SING movie popcorn boxes perfect for enjoying SING this half term. This post is in partnership with Universal Pictures
We love anything handmade here in the Mad House. I think that there is nothing better than a kid made gift or a homemade card. Kids love getting involved and being creative and as a parent, there is nothing better than receiving something made by your child and Father’s Day is no exception. So get a little create with these fabulous, but achievable handmade Father’s Day Gift Ideas
This simple toilet roll microphone is in partnership with Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. We are so excited for the release of the SING on Blu-ray and DVD on 22nd May, we have been getting prepared by making our own toilet roll microphone so we can sing along.
Have your kids joined the fidget spinner or fidget toy craze yet? If they have then they will love this post with great DIY fidget spinners for you to make. I have long had a love for fidget toys, especially as Mini is on the spectrum and they are really great at helping keep him calm and also help hm concentrate better. So I have no issue with the new craze for all things fidget. In fact, we have found them a sanity saver in the Mad House.
This craft was born out of necessity as I couldn’t find the little Bluetooth speaker we have for our phones. So instead we went low tech and created a DIY phone amplifier and stand from a toilet roll and a couple of paper cups.
Craft sticks, popsicle sticks, lollipop sticks, tongue depressors. Whatever you call them they are a fabulous, versatile and inexpensive craft and art material. There are so many things you can do with them and to inspire you we have a super round up of craft stick crafts and activities.
here really is nothing I like better than a homemade Mother’s Day card, but as my boys are getting older they are less likely to get out the glue and just make me a card, so I have teamed up with the talented LeslieAnn to bring you two delightful free printable Mother’s Day cards to colour.
It really feels as though Spring might have sprung here and this plastic bottle wind spiral mobile is perfect for hanging out in the garden and watching spin as the wind catches it. I love that it is a cross between process art and a craft and it is a great activity for preschoolers through to tweens.
We love working with craft sticks, lollipop sticks or popsicle sticks (whatever name they go by). They are a fab craft material and so versatile. This craft stick wall hanging is a super fun collaborative art project or perfect for making over a period of time.
This Blow art paper plate lion is so much fun to make and if great for a large group of children and so easy to do. Plus how doesn’t like blowing paint to see where it goes. Originally we were going to make our lions on paper, but then Mini had the great idea of using paper plates and they worked even better. As they have a slight upturned edge the children really have to blow hard to get the paint to the edges if they start in the centre and if the start at the edge they learn that the paint will blow to the centre much easier, so it more »
Can you feel Spring in the air yet? I think I can and I have started thinking about Spring crafts for kids and we have a fabulous selection of crafts that kids will love here. I love Spring, the garden is filled with vibrant colour after a long, cold winter and the days are getting longer fast. I LOVE spring because it means more outdoor time, butterflies, birds, bugs, flowers and spring showers.
These thoughtful last–minute Mother’s Day gift ideas don’t feel last–minute at all, in fact, these are fabulous gifts that any Mum would be delighted to receive.
I have to admit, I am a sucker for rainbow crafts and activities. I am not a muted palate girl at all and the colours of the rainbow really do sing out to me. So I have gathered together some of my favourite rainbow crafts and activities for kids of all ages to share with you.
I never really appreciated my Mum or understood the significance of Mother’s Day until I was a mother myself. It isn’t about spending lots of money, in fact, I would rather nothing be spent. It is about being appreciated. Which is why I adore these free Mother’s Day printables.