- Stickers – which I put on bit of card to stand up as a little display
- table cover – I just folded this to the size I wanted
- Shot glasses – these were shaped perfectly to the adult ones to look like mini tumbler glasses
- paper plates
- Bunny lights
- Easter confetti
- Easter bunting
With all the wet weather we have had, we were getting bored not getting to the park, so we decided to bring the park to us. Well not really an entire park but the swing. I saw this on pinterest and thought it was a great idea.
All that was needed was a chin-up/pushup bar, about £5 , and a swing, about £7, both available from many shops including amazon and eBay
Took only seconds to put up and April loved it. Even better that it is a physical thing to do than sitting watching tv .
Rainy days with a toddler can be tough. So planning was needed. We have a bread machine which sits idle 90% of the time so today was its day lol.
Ingredients in first thing and turned on and after a couple of hours it, gorgeous smelling bread dough. Half was given to the little toots to play with and the other momma made bread with for lunch. April played with it for hours, allowed me to make and set the bread and even bake them and clean up while she still played. After she was finished we had gorgeous fresh and healthy bread for lunch with a movie . Perfect
Cheap and makes lunch at the same time.
My first post for Home Creative Home. Not going to lie its my fourth try at a blog but I think I have got the correct outlet for what I am looking for. This is a scrapbook of my life, creative outlet and memory keeper all in one. The one thing I am not good at is grammar. Please be kind if viewing.
Hopefully you will find some things you can use . xxx