We decided to acknowledge some of the special people in our children’s lives who have helped them grow and learn by giving them plants, decorative flower pots, and signed flags that say “Thank you for helping me to grow!” This fun craft makes a perfect gift for Mother’s Day or even a teacher for Teacher Appreciation Week.
Easter is quickly approaching and seeing all of the Easter egg dying kits while shopping at the grocery store brings me back to my childhood. While dying real eggs can be fun, I’ve always had a hard time destroying something that looks so beautiful. I prefer the idea of making Easter eggs that last. I also love Easter egg decorating ideas that my 6-year-old and I can enjoy together. And let’s be honest, kids always come up with the most creative ideas.
While I love crafting with my son at our kitchen table, it was important for me to make a creative space for him that’s all his own now that he’s getting older. I had three goals in mind when creating his space, which I’ll share with you below to help you create your own craft space.