Kids love crafts. Making things helps inspire their imaginations. BHG offers your kids 6 crafts to make as they prepare to go back to school. These easy projects allow your kids to create something unique out of their school supplies without spending lots of money.
When I decorate our Christmas tree each year, I am filled with memories as I hang various ornaments on our tree. The pin & white knit stocking made by a co-worker for The Child on her first Christmas. The bicycle ornament I gave Mr. D. when we were first married. The ornament the church gave me when I was a toddler. And especially, the wax filled ornaments my great-grandparents brought with them from Germany.
As beautiful as those ornaments are, the ones I love the most are the handmade ornaments from friends & made by The Child as she was growing up. Do you have handmade ornaments on your tree? If not, it’s time to add some! If you do, you can always make room for more!
Country Living shares their selection of 31 easy to make ornaments. Many can be made with & by your kids. Prepare them for your tree this year. Then, enjoy the memories they stir up each year as you decorate your tree!
What is your favorite ornament on your Christmas tree? Tell us about it! Share the history & why it means so much to you!
Get into the Holiday spirit with these Christmas crafts for kids. Oh, I know it’s still a bit early but Thanksgiving falls late again this year, leaving us less time to prepare for Christmas. Also, you must begin early if you are making any Christmas gifts. these crafts can be made by you FOR kids or by kids themselves to give as gifts to family & friends. From BHG
How often do we complain about having to do ALL the work for Thanksgiving? Thanksgiving is a FAMILY event & I believe the entire family should help prepare for it. Mr. D & The Child help me shop for our celebration. Then on Thanksgiving, Mr. D serves my Mimosas after I put all the food on to cook!
You kids can help with Thanksgiving by making these darling crafts that can be used as part of your decorations. I LOVE the turkey place cards above. What a cute idea! Thanks go out to Woman’s Day for these clever ideas!