My boys are true BOYS. They love shooting their airsoft guns, nerf guns and even slingshots. My oldest son decided he wanted to make his own slingshot. Needless to say, after he made the first one, he begged for me to take him to Walmart to pick up more Gatorade bottles so he could make more for friends. Check out this fun craft for older boys! I don’t typically find crafts that my boys actually enjoy but they LOVE this! All you need is an empty Gatorade bottle, a balloon, a small piece of sandpaper and a small saw! Continue reading →
Giving a child a chance to show dad love and appreciation on Father’s Day will help grow the bond between father and child. Sure, you can buy something from the store or even let your child pick out a special gift but we all know that a small handmade gift is something your child will take true pride in. So, this year, instead of ONLY buying a gift, let your child add to Dad’s gift by making something extra special. Here are some DIY Father’s Day Gift Ideas!
Points to Keep in Mind While Selecting a Quilt Kit
A quilt is a combination of different layers filled with cotton or fibre. They are usually thicker and heavier than blankets and used to stay warm in winters. Over and above this basic use of quilts it is also used as decoration, bedding, Armor, etc. Traditionally quilts were made with the traditional way of cutting the pieces in required sizes and then sewing them together. But now, people don’t have that much of time to spare especially the working women. Thus, quilting kits were made available, to help those who want to make their own quilts and as the quilt design is pre-cut and have instructions to follow in quilt kit, it makes a favourable choice for women.
Photo frames are parts of every home. You can even see them as part of the décor in coffee shops or hair salons. They make everything personal, warm and welcoming, building an instant trust between you and space.
The Most Precious Gifts Are Handmade Ones That Took Time and Labor
When I got married, my grandmother made my husband and I a beautiful, white afghan. The fact that SHE made it made it extra special to me. I have always been super protective of that blanket. We use it about every day… and we just celebrated our 16th wedding anniversary. Handmade blankets just have something special about them (and seem to last longer than other blankets).