I'm trying to get better about actually completing projects that I've pinned on Pinterest.
I came across a fun LEGO marble maze on Pinterest earlier this week (pinned from Detroit Mommies). I knew immediately that this project would have to be added to the kids summer fun list. I showed it to them and they immediately set to work, each armed with a pile of LEGO and a square green LEGO board.
Can you guess who made the board above? Yes, even LEGO marble mazes need flowers and pretty things on them.
I would say that Angry Birds are almost on an equal par with LEGO these days. Although the twins still love their LEGO playlists, read their LEGO books and play with their LEGO a lot, they also love to play Angry Birds games on their cell phones (which were our old phones).
We haven't bought them any Angry Birds toys, and I don't know that I intend to, so the kids got creative recently and made their own game. I had no input in this, none of it was my idea, and I wasn't allowed to help. I simply took a few photos when I saw what they were doing.
So, if you head on over to The Blogger Connection I'm sharing the Angry Bird craft project and game, which involved a lot of paper rolls ... which could also explain why there have been so many blocked up toilets of late.
There's not much snow in these parts. Unless you count the little patch of snow at Legoland for the kids to play in. That doesn't mean that we can't learn about snowflakes and create fun snowflake crafts.
Miss M and I have been cleaning and organizing my office. She's my little helper when it comes to cleaning and organizing, she loves it. I don't know where she gets it from because I really dislike cleaning, but love things to look organized and in their place. I think she just loves to spend time in my office because it's also my craft room which means there are shelves and shelves full of crafty goodness.
So here's a post I wrote recently for Rusty and Rosy with fun button crafts and activities for kids. Most of these are holiday related, there's even last minute button place cards kids can make for tomorrow's Thanksgiving Day celebrations.