It's summer time, so let's scream for some Icecreams .. It is sometimes so difficult to think of activities when we are on a house arrest due to summers. This is a very simple, easy and quick Felt Craft for Kids. Required: Colorful Felt Sheets Glue / Glue Gun Scissors Marker Ruler Popsicles/ Icecream sticks... Continue Reading →
Hello Moms! Here is a Guest Post by an awesome DIY Mom Abidha Basheer of Insightful Grace. She is presenting a super easy craft activity to do with toddlers and kids. You should not miss it and it is a must try as it is- mess free, improves motor skills, great scope of creativity. Keep... Continue Reading →
When I started making felt book, or foam shapes, clay-doh crafts, I had not even thought of Blogging or showcasing my work... as I didn't even think (honestly) that it was even close to all those talented DIY moms' work out there on Pinterest and Instagram. But when I thought of sharing it on my... Continue Reading →
Magic Milk Coloring is Simple science experiment that we can do with toddlers and young kids too, with material easily available at home. It can be called a Kitchen Experiment, as we will use kitchen items for our science experiment. It is a super fun activity to see color fireworks in milk. Perfect activity for... Continue Reading →
Balloons are loved by almost every kid and bring joy and smiles on face in any age group. Balloons are perfect for DIY Home Decor and fun learning with kids. If you have read my earlier posts, you would know how I involve my toddler in every thing I do these days and try to... Continue Reading →
Kid loves Dinosaurs and so does his friends, so throw a Dino themed birthday party. FREE Printables included.
Since my boy is totally into dinosaur, I also love and enjoy creating Dinosaur arts and crafts, and drafting fun activities for dinos. Here is a list of some of the interesting fun easy activities.
I have been trying my hands on crafts and easy DIY stuffs to utilize the "ME TIME" after the baby. So tried my hands on "No-Sew" Felt Quiet Book (read Pages). The focus or aim in making these felt pages was to introduce some concepts and refine fine and motor skills of my toddler.
It’s truly said that baby makes you learn new things, and one who has never sat idle is more forced to try hands on new things. And I used to utilize my “me time” with an infant in DIY easy projects of home décor. Sharing some super easy and low cost ideas here. Cereal... Continue Reading →