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Toddler Week: Hallmark Recordable Artwork Canvas

Toddler Week: Hallmark Recordable Artwork Canvas

Create a Masterpiece they’ll Never Forget Hallmark, the card and gift specialist, has launched an innovative and interactive children’s recordable art activity set that captures your little one’s first pictures and the story behind the art in their very own words, or in Noahs case "with a little help from mummy". You get a set of paints and a really good quality canvas in the box, with the inbuilt special technology to record your little ones voice.VIEW the POST

Upcycle project: Make a princess castle out of your greeting cards

Upcycle project: Make a princess castle out of your greeting cards

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 ...

TOY WEEK: Hallmark

Hallmark were proud to announce a brand new arrival in their family of Interactive “Story Buddy” soft toys and Noah was lucky enough to get a hold of one to review: Abigail the bunny. Abigail’s story is called “Abigail and the Balance Beams” and is about little Abigail who just can’t wait to grow up. We follow her adventure to a very important gymnastics tournament, where she wants to make her mummy extra proud but she soon learns its best to be herself as that is the best that she can be! To use the interactive cuddly toy all you need to do is press her ear to begin, soon enough Abigail comes to life and as you read the story together with your little one, listen out as Abigail chimes in with several different sounds throughout the book. You have to make sure that you read the book with clarity…