❄️⛸⛸✨ Those elves have only gone and built an ice rink in the garden! Not sure what Elf & Safety were thinking. 🤔
We spent some time really appreciating the colours of the trees in the garden as next year we won’t be here to see them. We planted this tree when we moved into the house 20 years ago and it was only around 6 inches tall. We used a torch and magnifying glass to look at the leaves.
Today we went out to collect autumn leaves so we could fill the trampoline up and jump. bounce, kick and throw leaves to our hearts were content…
The natural resources that Mother Nature has to offer are ideal for any budding artist wanting to create an organic masterpiece. Best of all the materials are free! Whether you are in your own backyard, collecting leaves and blossom blowing in the street or beachcombing the sea shore, you are never short things to find.
So many families have a trampoline in the garden and it sits there unused when the kids go to bed. Here’s a quick way to transform your garden trampoline for parents to relax together and have a trampoline date night.
You have to love a trampoline for bounce bounce BOUNCING!! But here are some alternative ways to enjoy your trampoline. These could be great birthday ideas too!
Who doesn’t love bubbly foam! It’s great fun. After seeing how fun it was to fill a small sponge with bubbles in the bath we decided to try it on a larger scale with an old cot mattress… and the results were fabulous!