kid-friendly crafts

Crafting with Kids

I love when my kids ask me, What are we making today, mom?, as if we make something together everyday. Although they do see me working away at something most days, I’m actually not that great at planning crafts with my kids. I’ve bookmarked tons of kids craft ideas on my computer, but unless I […]

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Spring Greening Recap

The Spring Greening Series wrapped up yesterday with a look at what motivates us to live a greener life. I’m definitely excited to continue making changes in our home and I hope you’ve been inspired, too! Thanks to all of you for reading along and for all of your great feedback in the comments–you really […]

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12 Green Kids Crafts

Our favorite craft supply source in our home is by far the recycling bin! Not only does it save us money from buying materials, but it gives our recyclables a second life! Check out some of my favorite projects you can find online: 1. Recyled Bottle Cap and Plastic Lid Frog by Creative Jewish Mom […]

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Friday Favorites: Let Me Count the Ways

1. the long thread  2. manmade diy  3. aesthetic burst  4. prudent baby 1. Handmade Paper Valentines I love Ellen’s photo tutorial of how to make cookie-cutter handmade paper hearts. I’ve always wanted to try my hand at making paper but it always seemed too complicated. Here she breaks it down into 9 simple steps.  […]

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Paper Helicopters

We’ve been stuck inside with below freezing temperatures for the past couple of days, and although I know many of you are probably far worse off than we are here in San Antonio, the kids were still getting a little stir crazy being cooped up. So we made a few of these…which kept them occupied […]

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