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Make your own Christmas Wrapping Paper

Make your own Christmas Wrapping Paper


Make your own Christmas Wrapping Paper - Christmas ideas for kids


As November and December roll around and Christmas gifts are being purchased for family and friends, I always love to add special touches to their gifts that really personalise them. If you have followed us over on Instagram you may remember me sharing this lovely activity in my stories as we've made it.

My children are forever asking to draw so over the course of these months I whip out lengths of brown paper for them to freely decorate at the table. Our family and friends are always so touched to receive the gifts so thoughtfully wrapped and it really is a joy for us to hand them over to show them how much the memories we've made with them mean so much to us. 

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Leaf Confetti Nature Wands

Leaf Confetti Nature Wands




We made some lovely nature confetti wands that I want to share with you today. With cardboard in abundance at the moment I really like to reuse as much of it as possible and it's great to be able to use some of it for crafting with the children. 

I cut out 4 stars using my Cricut machine and after a walk at Dudmaston National Trust recently we collected some leaves and sticks. You may have seen this outing as I shared it over on Instagram. The children enjoyed throwing the leaves around and I got some lovely slow motion videos of them playing. 
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Toniebox Review

Toniebox Review


Toniebox Review

Over the last few months we have had the pleasure of using a Toniebox. I wanted to leave a few months before sharing my review with you so I could see how my children would play and engage with it over the passing weeks. I have 3 children, twins who are 4 and a daughter who is 8. 

It has been such a played with item - by all 3 of them! It has brought about moments of such lovely quality time together. The novelty hasn't worn off and they are drawn to it often.
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