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Why process art is important for kids 36

Sometimes it is really easy for us to fix a finished idea in our head when crafting and creating with our kids, especially in this Pinterest age.  I can be be guilty of this too and it was one of the reasons that I stopped doing tutorials when the boys were younger as their idea of the finished product was often not the same as mine.


Useful Tips To Help You Start Your Addiction Recovery Journey

Addictions are one of the worst diseases that adversely affect the quality of someone’s life. There are a lot of different types of addictions that impair the lives of thousands of people all around the world. While some people might be addicted to alcohol and drugs, others might be addicted to their mobile phones. However, some of these addictions like substance abuse can be potentially fatal to the one suffering and immediate steps need to be taken. Most people wish to quit the addiction that they’re enslaved to but the problem is that they don’t know where to start. In this article, we take a look at some of the things more »


Reduce Your Stress Levels with a Smartwatch

When you stop and think about the number of uncertainties we currently face, then it makes sense that most of the world’s population is dealing with a certain level of stress. If you are in this category, then taking action to reduce your stress levels will not only help you live more happily but it will improve your overall health. Take a look at some of the best stress tracking smartwatches on offer right now and make it your mission to reduce the level of pressure you are facing.


Make your own Blow Art Paper Plate Lion

Make your own Blow Art Paper Plate Lion

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 »


Bleeding Tissue Paper Canvas Art 16

We are big fans of bleeding tissue paper art here.  We have even done it in the past and let rain create the art, which was great fun.  This beautiful bleeding tissue paper canvas art was created with confetti circles and is fun process art activity for kids of all ages. Plus you are left with a fab piece of art to display.

Bleeding Tissue Paper Canvas Art

Faux stained glass art for kids 11

I love creating with kids, making art for the sake of enjoyment is a wonderful this and this faux stained glass art for kids is a brilliant process art that can be adapted for kids of all ages. Faux stained glass art for kids My boys are 11 and nearly 10 and at the moment, they are loving anything to do with paint and this process art was no exception.   I can see this being a great activity to do with a group of kids on a larger scale using a huge piece of cardboard and black electricians tape. Materials Carboard – we used a cereal carton Tin foil Clear more »

A fabulous faux stained glass art activity for children. This is a fun and simple process art activity that is great for tweens and teens. With a fab tip for making sure the paint doesn't flake and for keeping clean up simple and easy.

How to make a sourdough starter 4

Inspired by the Hairy Bikers, Mini has decided that he wants to make sourdough bread, which means that we need to make a starter. So We have started the process and at the moment we are on day two and MAria (as Mini named her) is currently sat in the airing cupboard.

Mini never does things by half so we received sourdough starters on line and he decided to use one from the BBC (as they often use this site for recipes at school).

He also decided he need to keep on top of what day it was so used our new A4 flexible magnetic chalkboard from First 4 Magnets, which was only £3.49 (they send it to us free) and stuck it on the fridge so he could see it and tick off after he had done what needed to be done each day.
We would love for you to join us in learning how to make sourdough bread, like Helen at The Crazy Kitchen has. If you do, please let us know by leaving a comment and you can follow our progress over on The Mad House facebook page or Instagram.


25+ Activities for Celebrating the Queens Platinum Jubilee with Kids! 1

An amazing collection of crafts, recipes and activities for celebrating the Queens Platinum Jubilee with Kids with themes based on Union jacks, castles and King and Queens to help celebrate and commemorate our Queen’s historic reign of 70 years.