The cherry blossoms are out in Edinburgh. One of my favourite times of year - the city looks so pretty!
It reminded me of a craft tutorial I once share on my old blog almost ten years ago, for crafting
If you have a tub of hama beads kicking around the house, then we have the perfect last minute Easter craft to share with you today. My boys both love hama beads - or "Bügelperlen" (ironing beads) as we call
With the Lunar New Year coming up, we decided to craft some paper lanterns to decorate our house with.
They're really easy to make, but a little bit more advanced that the really basic ones you might have seen, as
It's the last day of Christmas today, so we are prepping for Epiphany tomorrow - or Three Kings Day, as we call it in Germany ('Dreikönigstag'). As I have mentioned before, in many parts of Germany, children dress up as
Today I have a cute DIY to share with you, for building your very own kids book shelf, which I think fits really well with Autumn as it's apple picking season, but would suitable all year round. We actually built
We have a vase with branches on the dresser in our hall, that I like to decorate for the different seasons. At Easter we had little eggs hanging in it, and over the summer our clothes peg dragon flies that
Following on from last week’s giant bubble science session, we made some small bubble wands too which are really fun and easy for kids to make themselves, and also make cute gifts. You could write out a bubble recipe to
In Germany, we have a lovely tradition for starting school - kids get a large, cardboard cone called a "Schultüte", filled with school supplies, little gifts and treats. When my youngest started school last year, he wanted to share this
Welcome to Week 5 of our free virtual summer camp. Today we are going to be making cars out of recycled toilet rolls. You could also use other cardboard tubes, such as from kitchen paper towels, and cut them to