Looking for some cute craft ideas for the kids? Whether you’re throwing a whole “harvest craft party” or just looking for a Saturday afternoon activity, these fall craft ideas are perfect for celebrating the autumn season!
Spiders, spiders everywhere, it’s a Spooktacular Halloween party submitted by Giggles Galore! This classic black and orange Halloween party features creepy crawly (but super cute) printables from Swish Designs.
With Halloween on the horizon, I thought it would be fun to share a sample recipe from my latest book CANDY MAKING FOR KIDS! It’s really fun to eat candy, right? But try making the candy, spending time in the kitchen with your kids, and truly making a memory out of the “sweet” treats!
Cocktails are a must for celebrating independence day. Slice strawberries, blueberries, and pineapples (in star shapes) for your cocktail pitcher! Serve up individual drinks in mason jars with printed straws for a festive touch. Or try a childhood favorite – cocktail style – with sno cones!
Today I’m sharing a little red, white and blue inspiration for your next 4th of July celebration. When I think about July 4th I’m drawn to the idea of old fashioned celebrations, parades, sparklers and of course pie!
Who is ready for some red, white, + blue inspiration? I love this Declaration of Independence Party from Jennifer of Double The Fun Parties! The theme is educational for kids while still festive and fun for all.