Entries in craft (193)
In case you love to celebrate St. Patrick's Day or maybe just want an excuse to craft and have some fun this week (St. Patrick's Day is Saturday March 17 this year). Here is some fun inspiration I've found!
as well as a perfect edible rainbow
An awesome easy printable over at One Charming Party
A cute lunch from Lisa Storms
A Paper Plate Pot for gold at Free Preschool Crafts
and I really love this "I'm Lucky Because" craft also from Lisa Storms
Don't forget that tonight (Monday March 12th at 11:59 PST) is the last chance to enter the Happy Family Movement Indoor Adventure Guide giveaway!
First of all I was so inspired by this post by the Solars with The Happy Family Movement that I had to share Ned the iPhone monster (you put your phone/gadget into his mouth for uninterrupted family time).
Check out this post for the how to and all 5 steps for choosing your kids over your phone over at The Happy Family Movement blog.
Well now I get to give one away!
Once again pretty easy just leave a comment below (make sure to leave me your email address) and the Solars will email you the Indoor Winter Adventure Guide pdf!
I LOVE this video of them having a blast with it (and I may need to talk them into driving into Phoenix to do a video for us!)
Leave a comment by 11:59pm PST on 3/12/12 to be entered. 1 comment per family please
Under the Sycamore is a blog I frequent and as soon as she posted her son's beaver party I begged (ok I asked nicely) if I could feature it here. A dam building, playing outside party perfect for the boys.
I love the dam building activity! We may have to do that just because.
Check out her blog for more fun inspiration not only from this party but everyday life as well! Thanks Ashley!
If you're reading this on your blog reader be sure to click on over to see the new and improved All for the Boys. If you're already here what do you think?
I had my super talented friend Jenn from Ambrosia Creative create our new header and sharing logo.
I'm working on organizing some of your favorite categories and hopefully make it easier for you to come back and find what it is you're looking for!
On another note I found out on Friday that someone had nominated All for the Boys for a "Homie" award from Apartment Therapy
We didn't make it into the finals but were SO honored that one of you nominated us. So thank you to whoever did!
So I don't leave you without some inspiration - here is a super cool kaleidoscope wheel Jenn from Ambrosia Creative (since we're talking about her) made with her boys!
Check out the full post for the how to!
First a quick update - my camera is broken :( It's in the shop so let's all keep our fingers crossed for a quick, not so expensive repair! Also, I'm working on spiffing up the blog and let me tell you I CANNOT wait to show you all. The first peeks I've seen are amazing!
Let's get on to some Dr. Suess shall we?! Tomorrow (March 2nd) is the day our schools celebrate his birthday. I thought it would be fun to share some Dr. Suess inspiration today!
Some of my favorite quotes
How about some Dr. Seuss parties or snacks?!
This party is so perfect from Hostess with the Mostess (lots more over there)
Simple snack from my favorite book by Muffin Tin Mom
Green Eggs and Ham from The Girl Who Ate Everything
a cute packed lunch over at How Does She?
and some crafts!
Lorax Trees from craftjr
One Fish fishing from Heck Fridays
Don't forget your Ooblek! from wired.com
You could go see the Lorax with a matching mustache - from Babble
Or dress up from Dana MADE it
couple of cute ideas from Meet the Dubiens
First off the winner(s) of the CraftProjectIdeas boy craft giveaway!
The Rubber Band Launcher goes to
#42 Jen who said: "So fun! Would LOVE one of these!"
Jen I need your email address! Please email me so I can get your mailing address!
and the Catapult goes to
#26 Kristen who said: "We'd love to win - my boys would go crazy over either boy toy! Thank you!"
Kristen I'll be emailing you for your info. Congrats ladies! Have fun!
I thought I'd share another fun toddler/younger kid activity today since many of you enjoyed the new ideas last week!
Made by Joel shows how to make these fun toddler "stilts"
You can make them with coffee cans for the bigger kids!
Make and hide some Dinosaur eggs or treasure rocks for them to discover what's inside from Play Create Explore
and these Wacky Sacks from Somewhat Simple look like fun!
The boys asked to do this again the other day so I thought I'd share some pictures of when we first did this last year. All you need are mini marshmallows and toothpicks. Then you create away!