We are continuing with our reduced-chocolate (not chocolate-free!) Easter preparations. Our family has our own little tradition of giving non-chocolate gifts at Easter for a number of years now, and I'm always interested in new ways to celebrate and give without over indulging in sweets. I found some gorgeous inspiration on Pinterest for bath treats… Continue reading Easter gift DIY: cocoa bath salts with milk bath
I've searched the web for Easter activities from some of Australia's best parenting bloggers. Enjoy! Homemade Easter eggs with Coconut Caramel Filling from Little Peeps Eats. Gorgeous bunny bags for gifts, via Mumlyfe. Delicious apple and cinnamon hot cross buns over at Kidgredients. Gorgeous Easter bonnet inspo plus nineteen other activities from around the web… Continue reading Easter Craft round-up!
Little kids love surprises! Witness their delight as they discover the unexpected inside inexpensive plastic Easter eggs, and create a painting as a result. You'll need: an empty egg carton (to keep eggs upright) packet of 12 coloured plastic eggs, $2 from discount variety shop (make sure your eggs don't have holes in them,… Continue reading Easter Egg paint sensory splatter activity
This is a lovely craft activity which is doing the rounds on Pinterest at the moment. Will and I decided to give it a whirl. We collected the paint colour cards at our local Bunnings. This is a great, low-cost craft activity and the finished product is a lovely way to decorate your home for… Continue reading Paint sample Easter garland craft
Here's a craft idea for your littlest bunny to have a crack at (sorry, couldn't help myself). You'll need : two disposable paper dinner plates, some coloured paint, some white paint, a stapler craft glue A4 sheet of white card and a photo of your baby's face, large enough to fit in the centre (flat) panel… Continue reading Paper plate Easter bunny craft