Fill plastic Easter Eggs and give a chocolate free present this Easter. An Easter egg hunt printable, a puzzle or even make glow in the dark eggs.
I made this chocolate house using gingerbread moulds. Put the pieces together with melted chocolate and decorate with sweets. Super easy but always gets an amazing response when given as a gift. The perfect gift for any chocolate lover!
Making your own chalk is surprisingly easy and lots of fun. Pick up some cheap novelty ice cube trays or chocolate moulds to make fun shapes – look out for Christmas, Easter or Halloween trays to make seasonal themed chalks. Try packaging your chalk in a smart box to make an impressive homemade gift or birthday party favour.
Some of the best presents are made by little hands and given with sloppy kisses. Handmade presents can be made by kids of all ages – here are some great ideas to show Mum how special and loved she is this Mother’s Day.
Mothers’ Day is important and special and a fantastic opportunity to show the wonderful mum in your life just how much you love and appreciate her. So what exactly do mums want on Mothers’ Day?
I love the lead up to Easter – there are so many cute craft ideas out there and none of the rush and stress that comes at Christmas time. Here are some ideas to give as Easter gifts (without the calories and allergy friendly!), art for the kids to create, and some ideas for the adults too.
Q&A: Am thinking of a stocking on the end of the bed for DD this Christmas, I don’t want food (ie chocolate) in it but also don’t want to spend too much on stocking fillers because she has an abundance of presents for under the tree already, the idea was that if she woke up before it’s time to ‘get up’ the stocking stuff would keep her in bed Just wondering what people pop in their kids’ stockings?
Q&A: With Father’s Day fast approaching we want to know what you’re plans are:
1. Ideas for gifts for a new dad
2. Ideas for dads with numerous children
3. If you have more than one child do each child buy/make something for dad or is it done collectively?
4. Does dad get breakfast in bed? If so do the kids get to make it?