Fabric tape craft projects

Fabric tape crafts: Bracelet and cake bunting

Okay, I am going to admit that I am a craft hoarder – if I see a deal on craft items, I am going to stock up on it, baby! Even for new craft items that I think I will use one day but don’t actually have a project in mind for. Fabric tape is one of those items; it came out years ago (washi tape version too!), and I fell in >> Continue reading

Felt Playland For Hours of Imaginary Play!

Winter break arrived and I was scrambling to find activities to keep the kids from going stir crazy! One thing I was able to depend on though is this felt playland I made for them a few summers ago when we went on our first family cruise. It was one of those projects I had wanted to make for the kids for a long time after seeing some amazing felt >> Continue reading

Indoor Fairy Garden

One Mother’s Day my husband gave me a gorgeous azalea potted plant. It had the most pretty tiny pink flowers on it. Unfortunately I have a bit of a black thumb and the plant did not survive. But I held onto it with the hopes of using it as part of a fairy house. We had built a little house the year before to put outdoors, but I forgot to >> Continue reading

Caramel Apple Kit With Toppings!

Apple picking is one of those must do fall activities! Last year our families went picking together and I created these caramel apple toppings kits for the kids to enjoy. The kits include caramel apple dip and various toppings – chocolate chips, toffee bits, peanuts and of course sprinkles! My scalloped paper puncher was the perfect size to add a label to the tops of the topping containers. Everything fit >> Continue reading

Daily Learning Board

Anticipating a daily barrage of “What are we doing today mommy?” over the summer months I created this daily board for the kids. It started out as a board to show them what activities they would be doing and where they may be going that day. As I was drawing out the concept I thought adding date/time and weather sections would be a fun interactive way to get them thinking about >> Continue reading