I made these last year for Ty’s class and was excited to make them this year for Jake’s class.
“I Spy” Can You Find? Cards:
Super easy. All you need is a white piece of paper, pen, and collection of your kiddo’s red toys:
Write “Can You Find?” on the piece of paper. Lay out a few of the goods to be found:
Arrange all the toys:
Simple as that. I had the photos processed at Costco in wallet size. For less than $5 you get this:
For big bit’s class, pirate valentine’s (free printable) with a heart eraser (Target Dollar Spot):
Little heart erasers from the Dollar Spot at Target + free printable (HERE)
= fun, easy class valentine treats for the boys’ classes:
Super simple solution to make all the photo cards we received this Christmas into a keepsake booklet. Just punch holes, add binder rings, voila – done. I added a piece of thin cardboard to the back and a clear plastic page for the front for stability.
Last year I consolidated cards into a 12 x 12 scrapbook page but ended up losing a lot of actual card/photo. I love that the booklet keeps them all intact and doesn’t take up much space.
Simple embellishment for title/cover:
It will go in our Christmas memory box with a few other goodies:
|Remaining section of $1 scrap peg board + piece of burlap + clothes pins + various pieces of scrapbook paper = fun advent calendar|
|The result of a fun Girls Night In crafty night and a morning of crafting with the boys…I couldn’t decide which one to use, so we’ll use them both.|
|It makes me smile to see the boys’ handy work displayed. I am excited to put ornaments ON our tree for the first time in four years. No little toddler hands to pick them off. An ornament a day until Christmas…|
A combination of salt dough ornaments and the handmade clay ornaments…
|Scraps and leftovers from various projects this weekend + small paper plates|
|Cut out the center of paper plates (I used three to make sure they would be sturdy enough to hold the wreath shape). Use a glue gun to place a small strip of glue, adhere yarn, and start wrapping. And wrapping. And wrapping.|
|Keep wrapping yarn until you have gone all the way around and covered the entire plate surface. Place a small strip of glue on the back with glue gun to adhere the final piece of yarn.|
|Adhere leftover felt flowers. Super easy, super cheap wreath ornament. Or gift tag (you can punch out a tag using card stock and glue to the flowers). Or photo frame. Or place card setting for Christmas dinner. So many possibilities…|