I love this game and so do the kiddies. We get everyone to play it with us when they come round too. It’s a quick fire round game where you have to guess what is on your head band. Clues in the name of the game (Hedbanz)… It’s really quick paced, fun and gets the children to think creatively about how they might ask questions.
I thought it was about time I started sharing some of my tips on how I keep organised with my work and my hobbies. Both at work and at home, I use Trello – it can used in a browser or on an app. I have it on my iPhone, iPad and work computer using the browser. It is so easy to use and updates in real time, so you can flip between devices quickly.
I love Spring time, it is my favourite season of them all and I probably said that about Autumn too. I love the colours, the sunnier weather, the breathe of fresh air and the feeling of cleanliness. Everything just seems clean, the Spring clean must just get under my skin and inspires me. Not only do I love Spring, but I love stationery. What better way to combine some of my favourite things. Katie Leamon cards have put a huge smile on my face today as they are just the most beautiful cards and notecards.
How many greeting cards have made their way through your closet throughout your life time? And how many of them have you have actually re-opened at some point? Let’s be honest, you are never going to go back and read them. Still, there is something that keeps you from throwing these cute little pieces of memory away. There is surely more to them then just paper, they are designed to be kept. This up-cycle project will allow you to give a new purpose to your old greeting cards, while having a great time with your kids! What you need A selection of old greeting cards 6 toilet paper roll insides (or 2 kitchen roll insides) 2 sheets of paper A4 A bowl Cardboard Scissors Stapler Ruler Pencil/pen Tape Glue Cardboard Paper tissue 1. Castle walls Pick four cards of the same size and staple them together, as shown in the picture below. 2. Battlements: Draw the castle top features with a pencil. I personally decided to make the battlements 3.5 cm wide and 2.5 cm long, but feel free to adjust the measures to your taste. Once you’ve done this, cut along the outline you’ve drawn. […]
Clinton Cards have some wonderful Easter goodies in stock at the moment and we were sent some of the products to review, just in time for the Easter weekend. We were sent a cute little Easter basket, with a lovely yellow bag, 2 different types of Easter cards, some Lindt bunnies, a cute little Easter cake and some of those tiny little chicks that make you say “ahh”. Clintons are encouraging crafts with the kids this Easter and getting them to embrace their creative side, unfortunately with Noah being quite young he doesn’t quite understand the stick and glue, colouring and making just yet – but it was great to see that there are fab products out there as next year we will definitely be at the forefront of the Clintons queue and everyone will be getting Noah made products for Easter – just a warning to the family! The cards vary from £1 up and come in a lot of different styles for all types of people, from the more religious cards to the fun character cards like Boofle: how we all love Boofle? The Boofle Easter giftbag at £2.50 is perfect for hiding those special chocolate treats! Get […]