We enjoyed some Spin Art Painting last year and seeing as its been a good while since we had fun with this painting technique - I thought it was time to get the salad spinner out again and have some colourful fun!!
Today I have learnt something and it may or may not be new information to you too!!
Did you know there was such thing as World Giraffe Day?
I have always had a number lock on my phone since my daughter landed. She was obsessed with reaching out for it and attempting to operate it, and from a young age too! I'm sure many of you can relate to this!
As soon as I set the number lock she lost interest knowing she couldn't get into my phone and I didn't have the worry of her seeing any YouTube content that wasn't suitable or deleting any of my videos and pictures.
Brilliant - I thought!
But actually, this was much more further from brilliant than I could have imagined!
This was a beautiful process art that me and my Preschooler enjoyed doing together and we used our Caterpillar Pom Pom Pegs to transform our Watercolour Paintings into beautiful butterflies!
We have been very lucky so far this year and have had some great hot, sunny weather here in the UK. It's been very welcomed of course! We've already enjoyed lots of days out and I am already starting up a little tan which is a bonus as I have a family wedding around the corner. It will save me attempting to fake tan, which always looks particularly cringy around my elbows, knees and knuckles! I don't think I will ever master it!
Right back to why I am posting today. With the weather being so great and lots of fun family days out - this has meant we have already consumed lots of delicious ice creams and Ice Lollies! This inspired our most recent craft which is perfect for Toddlers and Preschool aged children!
After my Preschooler really taking a liking to the story The Very Hungry Caterpillar we have been doing lots of Caterpillar arts and crafts.
Today I am sharing with you the colourful Pom Pom Caterpillar Pegs she created.