What exactly does this mean? According to Urban Dictionary, “turning over a new leaf” means to start a new life again. I see it as a positive change, one that easily lends itself to new years resolutions. Sometimes it takes a while to get there and other times it takes no time at all. Sometimes […]
Our toddlers love their “Rainy Day Boxes”! We put bits of fabric and paper, glitter glue, markers, stickers, popsicle sticks, pom poms, a glue stick, and paper into boxes and personalized each one with the child’s name. I got the idea from Kira (http://www.hernewleaf.com/) on Pinterest.
Iris Folding originated in the Netherlands. Originally using the inside of envelopes, the paper was used to cut, fold, and place in a pattern. The result is a swirl of colors and patterns. Take notice of the envelopes you receive in the mail. The patterns are amazing! Today there are many paper options–tissue paper, wrapping […]
Although my focus is on paper crafts, I have done other projects as well. I thought I would share a few with you. Matching Game This is a game I made for the children in my class. With this game, they can match colors, shapes, and sort by number. Bridal Ornaments These ornaments were made […]