we headed to the woods for a festive picnic, some cracker hunting, a spot of sprout potting & some whipping up of some reindeer food. See more of our Magical Christmas Traditions and Fun! Here’s how we got on…
We decided to make a yummy edible wreath from chocolate crispy cakes! See more of our Magical Christmas Traditions and Fun! Here’s how we did it…
After arguing, griping, groaning, picking, prodding, sniping & bickering with each other for 24 hours I decided it was about time the kids learnt a few lessons in getting along, teamwork, helping hands & working together. We achieved this with a carpet role tube we had found discarded on the roadside for the bin men to collect. See more of… View Post
We’ve seen a lot of pretty Christmas wreaths around at the moment and decided we wanted to make our own pretty one. We particularly liked the rag roll ones but had no rags to hand so used an alternative….tissue paper! Good old loo roll! See more of our Magical Christmas Traditions and Fun! We used 28 sheets off of a… View Post
Our adventure started off with a Gingerbread house kit that we found after Halloween in Tesco for £1.50 and a large box we had from the delivery of a new kitchen appliance. See more of our Magical Christmas Traditions and Fun! We decorated our gingerbread house during the week and used our box to make a giant gingerbread house.
The kids can’t wait to open their advent calendars, hung on the wall and idolised over for a week before advent and counting down the days til the first window can be torn at…. We decided that we wanted to make the first day of advent a little special and to give the kids a little bit of thinking time… View Post
We made our own Christmas Eve jarmie tops using a packet of (felty type) dishcloths from Poundland and some white t-shirts. We cut out our designs and glued them to the t-shirts using all purpose glue suitable for fabric. We finished with googly eyes and some fur from an old teddy for Santa’s beard. You could use felt from a… View Post