This painted rocks tic tac toe game is perfect for your Thanksgiving kids’ table. I painted rocks to look like turkeys and pumpkins just for a fun game that will keep the kids entertained. You can make your own version with a few supplies. Get the kids involved in the painting as well. They will love helping to create this fun fall themed game board. This post is sponsored by DecoArt however all projects and opinions are my own.
Need Halloween candy ideas? Want to make this year extra special? Try turning your candy into these adorable witch legs. Your trick or treaters will love this cute treat and you will love just how easy they are to make. This is a part of Cricut Halloween Craft Lightning week. All week we are sharing 15 minute Halloween crafts that can be made with your Cricut. No Cricut? No problem! You can actually enter to win one later in this post. You can also see the crafts from today’s blog partners for this series at the bottom of this post. Missed some of the fun? Catch up with the craft ideas from day 1 here.
You can make some outdoor yard games for your lawn and enjoy what is left of summer with your family. For me, nothing screams summer like the smell of a freshly mowed lawn. Get out there and enjoy it with this game idea. I am going to show you how to make a reversible checkers and tic tac toe board below but I am sure you can come up with more fun ideas for hanging out on the lawn. I am also sure that you want to maintain a healthy lawn that is perfect for playing games like these so this post is sponsored by Grass Seed USA. All projects and opinions are my own however.[Read more…]
I have a fun fall bucket list for you today that you can print for free. Like it or not, fall will be here before we know it. Get the most out of the season by printing our list and checking off the items as you go. Jump in some leaves, visit a haunted house, and so much more. Don’t let time slip away! Download our list and pop it on your refrigerator to capture all of the magic of the season.
Pool noodle games are great for inexpensive summer fun. We had a ton of fun creating an obstacle course with dollar store pool noodles. You can set this up in your own yard in just minutes then have a competition to see who can kick the ball through the course. These are also great for soccer practice!
This sandbox with lid is so quick and easy to make and add to your backyard. It is a really inexpensive alternative to a traditional sandbox. Who doesn’t love that? This is perfect for getting the kids outside this summer to play! Grab your supplies and make your own today!
You can make a bug jar that glows in the dark in just minutes. This quick and easy craft idea is perfect for those summer nights and catching lightning bugs. It is mason jar week around here and I am joining with some of my friends to bring you summer jar ideas all week. If you have missed any of the projects, be sure to see the posts from day 1, day 2, and day 3. You will also want to scroll to the bottom of this post to see the projects from today!
Need some summer craft ideas to keep the kids busy this summer? We have them for you! I thought I would go ahead and round up a list for you now. My kids only have a week left of school so now is the time to start planning some activities to keep them busy! Get your supplies now so you will not be left with hearing “I’m bored” all summer long.
Slime for kids is a hot new trend. Everyone seems to want to play with fun slimes made from household ingredients. I had this idea for ocean slime for summer and thought I would share the recipe here. However I have seen some articles online where slime with Borax in it is burning some kids. I tried a BUNCH of recipes without the ingredient and finally landed on the one below. Hopefully you will find it helpful and can make a batch with your kids this summer!
Summer is almost here and this kite craft makes a great activity while the kids are out of school. You probably have everything on hand that you need to make these as well. That is my kind of summer activity! So read on to learn how to make a kite with a paper plate.