Looking for a cutesy way to celebrate the start of the festive season? Check out these adorable (and budget-friendly!) kiddy Christmas wreath projects, which can be used as homemade Christmas cards–or simply wintery day boredom busters!
Collecting minifigures is addictive no matter how old you are; the sheer variety makes the curating game especially challenging–but there may be some one-of-a-kind models that only you will have to have: minifigs made to look like your kids–or yourself, if you don’t find the idea of a 3cm plastic doppelgänger terrifying.
It stands to reason that a neurosurgeon and associate professor dad would sire a creative thinking six-year-old. But it turns out that mum’s the one possessing the most impressive out-of-the-box skills–or is that in the box…?
There are some core skills every parent must assimilate and commit to memory for the pure purpose of survival–how to treat a scald, how to negotiate with a toddler gone mad with power…and how to do a princess braid in your daughter’s hair. Two of those can be achieved via some simple instructions; for the one, here’s the tutorial to win your little girl’s heart forever–or at least as long as Disney fairytales have a monopoly on childhood (you’re probably safe forever).
Christmas is nigh upon us (yes, really!), so if you want to get a head-start on kitschy—but oh-so cute—keepsakes for loved ones, or simply need some inspiration to fill in the gaps during long days with littlies, this salt dough handprint craft will do the job brilliantly.