My children enjoy playing with Play-Doh. My three year old especially likes it. For the past year, he played with Play-Doh while his older brother and sister were in gymnastics class. It has a tendency to dry out, though, depsite carefully putting it away. I had been purchasing Play-Doh on sale. Then I decided to try... Continue Reading →
We added a glue gun to our crafting supplies this summer. My 5 1/2 year old had been commenting that we could really use one. She was right. We've used it quite a bit already. It's one of the best $2.50 investments I've ever made.
Here are a few more pieces of play food I made for Ostara, including half a kiwi, a piece of pumpkin pie, and a couple of waffles:
This Winter, I was making a lot of play food to add to our stash with the plan to put it in my children's Ostara baskets. I do like to plan ahead. While I tend to be able to make patterns and sew most things, yarn crafts hold a romantic fascination for me. Knitting and crocheting... Continue Reading →