Planning a party for kids is exciting and something to look forward to; however, at times it can quickly become a big production and put a lot of stress on moms and dads. Today we want to help you with a couple quick ideas on how to put on a beautiful and enjoyable rainbow birthday party for kids (and hopefully a little more stress free).
Kids love to create decorations that help celebrate the holidays. These darling paper tube firecrackers craft make great decorations to put in a tub of popcorn
This simple Fall craft is perfect for the family who wants a no-fuss activity that everyone can participate in.
Our daughter is in a constant mode of creating. She loves to knit and sew and seems to be in an endless loop of sketching, planning, and making fabric store shopping lists. She has several projects in various stages going on at once — all of which creates a lot of fantastic creative mess. Using Color-Pop and Pocket Pal notebooks as creative journals have been such a great way for my daughter to focus her energy and work through her creative process. I could see any kiddo using them for whatever creative projects they’ve got in the works: LEGO designs, story writing, nature sketching. Journals are an excellent tool for kids’ imaginations!
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.