Monday, 20 October 2014

Autumn Paper Plate Wreath


I promised you all a quick and easy craft today and here it is.
{A little later than I hoped}

"Autumn Paper Plate Wreath"


This was so fun to do. We had so much fun collecting all the pretty leaves. Trying to find as many colours as possible and learning all about autumn and what happens in the season. I love how you can make an everyday thing into a learning experience for kids.

We had planed to do this with the leaves that we collected but it just wouldn't work for us. I think our leaves might have been too dry. We decided to use some colourful tissue paper ( Tesco for €3) instead and the kids were much happier. Happy kids = Happy Mom.

All you need is:
Leaves/ Tissue paper
Paper plates
Glue 
String


Cut the center of the plate out so it looks like a wreath.
Attach the string to the wreath.
Let your kid go crazy with the glue and stick the leaves/tissue paper onto the wreath.
Let it dry and your done.
Hang you kids awesome wreath on the door or window and admire nature indoors.

Make sure to click the link below for more beautiful paper plate wreaths.

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Make sure to keep the middle of the paper plate. I'll have another craft later in the week that you'll need it for. 

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Friday, 17 October 2014

Favourite Things Friday


Happy Friday Friends!!
It's been awhile. I've been pinning away like crazy and I just to sit down and share some of the amazing things I came across. In other blog news, I'm going to be sharing a cute craft on Monday and all you need are some colourful fall leaves and a paper plate. Can you guess what it is?? Check back Monday to see what it is or follow me on Instagram or Facebook to keep up with all our ramblings. Anywho, Enough chit chat, here are this weeks favourites.
Let me know your favourites in the comments below. Don't be shy! :)







Favourite Laugh

Have an amazing weekend friends.
Spend it with the ones you love.



Monday, 22 September 2014

Autumn/Fall Bucket List {free printable}


Each season I say the same thing and each season I mean it.
This is my favourite season.
They all bring something new and exciting for us to see and do.

Autumn, Fall, Harvest season or whatever you call it in you neck of the woods means lots of collecting in our house.
Conkers, blackberries, colourful leaves, acorns, pine cones.
I love them all.

I also love printables and how could I not make a Autumn/Fall bucket list printable for the fridge so we can tick off all the fun things we're doing.



I can't wait to get started on this list and make some new Autumn memories.

What are your favourite things to do in Autumn?

Don't be shy, leave a comment down below.
I'm always looking for new things to do with the kids.

Thanks for stopping by.



Friday, 25 July 2014

Favourite Things Friday


Happy Friday my lovely readers!
The Sun is shining and it oh so hot. My little man can't handle it it so hot so we've retreated to the coolness of the house for a nap and some blogging.
I hope the sun is shining where ever your reading from and your getting some much needed vit. D.

Here are this weeks favourite pins.

Favourite Pie

Favourite Cake






And that my friends is it for another week. 
Get out and spend some time with your families in the sun.
Don't forget the suncream.

If you like the pins you see here, be sure to follow me on Pinterest for more inspiration.

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

"I'm bored" jar


It's been awhile since I've blogged. We've been busy enjoying the summer holidays and the beautiful weather we've been having. But lately, I've been hearing a lot of the same thing from my daughter. And I'm pretty sure every mom in the world over hears this too at some point. Do you know what I'm talking about?

"Mom, I'm Bored."

This is the most confusing thing to me. My kids have everything they could ever want to keep them entertained for years but they still came in telling me there bored.
So, In an attempt to beat the boredom and stop the nagging and fussing I decided to make a "I'm bored" jar.

It's so easy. All you need is a jar and some paper and I didn't have to try think of all the ideas myself. I found this link on another blog on pinterest and she has some very good ideas. With some of these and some of my own thrown in, I'm sure that we'll never have a problem again with being bored.

Some are chores and some are things that they have to do with a parent.
The rule is that you get to pick one activity. If you don't like it, you get to swap it for something else. Whatever you get the second time, is what you get. 

Do you have any ideas to add to the list?
Be sure and let me know in the comments section so i can add them to my jar.

Thanks for stopping by.

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