Last week we started a new mini blog series (that’s what I’m going to call it) called Get Creative With Your Recycle Bin. Check out last week’s post here where we made jelly using an old plastic egg carton. This week is all about tins. We go through so many tins in our house. Tinned tomatoes, chick… Continue reading Get Creative With Your Recycle Bin-Week 2-Tins
We have been taking every opportunity this Summer to get outside and go exploring all the wonderful things there are to see right on our door step here in Co Wicklow and beyond. This is part of a mini series call ‘Free Places to Visit with Kids’ that we will be continuing as the weeks go… Continue reading Adventures in Kilmacurragh, and it’s Free!!!
A couple of weeks ago I did a post on how to make Puffy Paint. There are loads of different ways to make Puffy Paint. The last one we did we used Paint and Shaving foam. It’s puffy but it’s not as puffy as this one I’m about to show you. This is my favourite way… Continue reading Puffy Paint Craft For Kids- Part 2
A few months ago we went to Brittas Bay beach in Co Wicklow and collected lots of driftwood. You would be amazed at how much we found. I gave the kids a bag each so they could have their own little stash of wood. I didn’t know yet what we were going to make with it but… Continue reading Driftwood Painting Activity for Children
The weeks are flying by, I cannot believe I am almost half way there. The weather has been shite but I’m refusing to put away the Summer sandals. Sunday was lashing rain, it was like the middle of Winter, I even put the heat on! It’s almost August people!!! What’s going on! Size of The… Continue reading 19 Weeks Bump Update-Mango
Edible Glitter is so easy to make and you only need two ingredients. We love glitter in our house and now you can make your own and even better…eat it!!! When I told the kids we were going to make edible glitter, I don’t think I’ve ever seen them so excited before. They were still in… Continue reading How To Make Edible Glitter
It always seems to surprise me the amount of recycling that piles up in our house on a weekly basis. Empty toilet rolls, cereal boxes, milk cartons, egg cartons..the list goes on. We keep a separate recycling bin in the kitchen, hidden away behind the door as it’s normally overflowing. I always set aside anything from the recycling bin… Continue reading Get Creative With Your Recycle Bin-Week 1 Jelly