Have you taken the kids to see Zootopia yet?
If you haven't, it's a must-see. We were invited to a media screening of it last week and Marisol and Flynn absolutely loved the movie, but they especially loved Flash, the sloth.
Before heading to the movie theater this weekend, download these free printable worksheets, coloring pages, and activities for the kids to do.
The Nightmare Before Christmas has to be one of my favorite Christmas movies. But then again, I just love Tim Burton movies.
Whether you love Jack Skellington, or Disney, are headed to the Disney parks this holiday season, or sitting at home watching movies, then head across to MyPrintly where I'm sharing how to make these fun Jack Skellington Mickey Mouse Ears.
You don't need to be crafty at all to make them. I had the pleasure of helping about 80 women make them during the recent HP MyPrintly Retreat.
And, they make great last-minute stocking stuffers too.
Disclosure: This blog post has been sponsored by Fox Home Entertainment. #FoxChristmas
‘Tis the Season to connect with the ones closest to you. Movie nights are a great opportunity to build memories and traditions that everyone will look forward to, year after year. Enjoy one of your favorite #FoxChristmas movies by the light of the tree and the warmth of your loved ones.
One of my favorite holiday movies is Miracle on 34th Street. But the original. I love old movies. Absolutely, love them. I've been watching old movies since I was in high school. There's nothing better than curling up in front of a fire, with blankets and lots of pillows (and kids) to snuggle with, and watch old movies. The classics. Introducing them to a warm-hearted movie and sharing treasured moments together. My daughter recently decided that every weekend we will have a movie night. She loves those moments together.
If you believe in the magic of Christmas, and Santa, and all the heartwarming trimmings of the holiday season, then plan a few Fox Christmas movie nights with your kids by heading over to iTunes now.
So before curling up with your loved ones in front of your favorite holiday movies whip up a few fun cushions to cuddle up with too. These literally take just minutes, and it makes for a fun holiday activity to do with the kids too. The possibilities are endless; with hot glue, festive wordings like 'I believe', fabric ornaments, fabric scraps, paint, glitter, and whatever else you have on hand, you can create an assortment of these to mix and match.
These cushions are super easy to make and you need very few supplies. What's even better is I re-purposed old Christmas cushions to make these. Every year I put the same cushions on the sofa that have giant bows and bling on them, I noticed when I pulled them out of the Christmas box the other day that they were plain on one side and decided it would be fun to give them a different look, that way I could mix and match, or change things up each year by flipping them over.
Disclosure: I’m sharing our fun Goldfish holiday travel treats as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars #GoldfishCrowd
We're getting into the spirit of the holiday season around here. For most this means traveling to visit family and friends. I don't think we'll be doing that this year. Although I would love to head home to Australia for the holidays I think next year will be the year for that.
I'm hoping for a road trip or two though.
To send our friends off on their holiday vacations though they'll be receiving these:
Aren't they adorable? And who doesn't love Goldfish® crackers?
What you need:
I know, Christmas has been and gone and we are all gearing up for the new year, but I went offline for most of the week to spend quality time with the kids and just enjoy the holiday season.
The weekend before Christmas I set up a fun holiday craft project for all the kids to do together ... of course the boys ended up not being interested at all, for them this meant they could play video games without interruption, but the girls had a great time.
Note: I had each of the girls make their own dough, so the ingredients listed below are per child.