Vancouver’s largest indie craft fair, Got Craft?, springs back for their 17th event at the Maritime Labour Centre on Saturday and Sunday, May 2 and 3, 2015. I am super excited to be attending this one, having peeked through the vendor list and spying a few of my personal favorites; including craft’ed (bookmarks, magnets, cards), quirky paper co. and EllaMinnoPea (check out Noah’s story below!).
Easter is upon us (like really REALLY upon us… snuck up on me this year!) and with it comes a ton of new ideas to keep your kids busy during those wet spring days. Here is a roundup of 12 of our fave Easter crafts from around the web that can be enjoyed by kids of all ages. Many can be adapted to be fun crafts all year round!
For our family, Easter is a time to spend with family. We typically don’t go crazy over most holidays, but Easter is one of the exceptions. We do an Easter egg hunt and have an Easter gift as well as have a big family dinner. Here are 10 simple Easter treats and eats we’ve found on the web that anyone can make that hopefully won’t spoil Easter dinner.
I can hardly believe that my baby is 10. Sure, it just happened. But the signs my girl is growing up have been coming for awhile. She is finding her own style, caring more about her appearance, and is asking about *gasp* cosmetics. We struggle (her dad maybe a little more) with this desire to enhance her appearance. We also want to make sure that what she puts on her face
St. Patrick’s Day is almost here so what do all of us non-super creative moms out there do? We start hunting around on Pinterest for ways to keep the kids busy. Well this year we have done the work for you. Here’s a roundup of 7 St. Patrick’s Day activities and 7 St. Patrick’s Day treats that you can make with your wee ones that won’t put much of a
As I searched through Pinterest to find crafts to do with my 4 year old, I came across a post for a Leprechaun Gold search. The search was done using coloured shaving cream. I’m all for messy play but I found that I was not wanting to waste money a can of shaving cream for 15 minutes of play. Remembering playing with corn starch goo in science class (as well