(Jan. 18, 2014) After Christmas was done we decided to keep one of the small trees out and decorate it according to he different holidays or seasons going on. Our first holiday after Christmas is Valentine’s Day! Our second craft for our tree is a garland, I wanted something simple Nico could pretty [...]
In yesterday’s post we shared our Valentine’s Day cornstarch clay decorations, but we also did something else with those. You may have noticed in one of the pics Nico was cutting a smaller heart in the middle of a big one? Those were clearly too small to hang but I didn’t want [...]
(Jan. 4 & Jan. 10, 2014) After Christmas was done we decided to keep one of the small trees out and decorate it according to the different holidays or seasons going on. Our first holiday after Christmas is Valentine’s Day! Our first craft for our tree had to be what I saw on [...]
This year we are joining a new series from Dayna at Lemon Lime Adventures, where several blogs bring you their adventures and special twists on a sensory dough every month. So come back every month to see what we do with our sensory monthly dough.
The first dough we are sharing [...]
(Jan. 1-2, 2014) So I was reading posts in my group of blogging moms and one was mentioning the post of another about a family word of the year and how amazing it was, I was curious so I asked for the link. I read the post and fell in love with the [...]
From our family to yours: Joyeux Happy Noël! (has Nico originally put it)
(Nov. 3 to Nov. 16, 2013) Saw something similar online a while back, just a pic nothing else, I liked the idea but wanted to change several things and this is what we ended up with
First we painted the handle red for Santa’s hat, then the metal part and [...]
We are excited to be part of a great new blog hop named “Christmas in Different Lands”, hosted by Multicultural Kid Blogs
Quebec is the oldest province of Canada and one with many traditions, a lot of them different from the rest of Canada as well.
(Nov 5, 2013) Nico was making a tree downstairs at my mother’s and he wanted to put the star on top, but the only one she had was very blah, so she sent him up to glitterize it! It took literally 5 minutes to do.
We painted mod podge (you could [...]
As you probably have noticed, I don’t usually review things on the blog. But this one was too good to pass, although you might notice after reading this post that I am not very good at reviewing things. I was offered a free digital copy of “Christmas Crafts for Kids” by Beth [...]