I was chosen to be a tester for a new wool painting course hosted by Dani Ives of Be Good Natured. She does beautifully realistic pet portraits with wool and her ability to teach what she knows is just as impressive. I mostly signed up to be a tester because my daughter wanted to try it and […]
My oldest little and I were inspired by this tutorial to break out our pastels and have a go painting a tree in the wind today. From there we tried painting a pumpkin in under a minute (mine kind of looks like a tomato) and then we did a fall tree. It was such fun to […]
The kids and I gathered some acorn tops from our yard a few days back. We ended up making these necklaces using some jingle bells, yarn, and a hot glue gun. They were a lot of fun to create. One thing I recommend is making sure the ball inside the bell makes it to the […]
My middle little had a math assignment that involved counting apple seeds. It was a great opportunity to make some mini apple pies. That’s just what we did yesterday. Everyone helped and it was fun.
Wanna give it a try? Here’s what I used: -1 Yard ofNylon Netting -Self Healing Cutting Mat 36″ long -Rotary Cutter -Clear Cutting Ruler 18″ long -Size N Crochet Hook -Basic understanding of Crochet