Archives for July 2013
Life-size portraits, such a simple and fun activity for kids during the holidays, indoors with paper and paint on rainy days and outdoor with chalk on yummy dry days. Our "Gigantic Molly" is now hanging in a doorway, straight opposite the front door... Little Miss wants her friends to think it's her when they come visit xx
If you’ve got kids you’ll know oh too well that half the bubble mix always ends up in the grass!! so the most cost effective (and rewarding) option is to make your own bubble solution and you’ll never run out. Read on for the ingredients and recipe for making homemade bubble mixture with glycerine, giggles guaranteed. Free download for Bubble Mix Gift Tag - perfect gift for fun loving kids on playdates and birthdays
This weekend was so so special I just had to write about it.... Helen of CurlyBirds, who I have mentioned many time on the blog before has been a blogging friend for nearly three years now. We became friends, virtual friends, vowing to meet 'some' day and get our girls together for a playdate. We finally met at the weekend and it was 'stellar' as Helen puts it :)
Another simple papier mache craft for kids by mollymoo - if you'd like some froggy mischief in your house too here's a simple step by step photo tutorial on how to make these cute Papier Mache Frogs. ribbit!!
A quick round-up of ideas for free and fun summer activities for kids to enjoy in your own back yard... water balloon tag, shadow play, water slide, DIY periscope, chalk dress up dolls and DIY tents and teepees - DIY Garden Games for sun filled days
Our live-in fairies, Willow and Chime, have been busy again this week writing reassuring little notes to Molly – she was upset thinking they might have moved out while she was on holidays. Their latest ickle note was waiting by the fairy doors for sleeping Molly to find yesterday morning (my knuckles hurt from writing [&hellip
I'm delighted that my beautiful friend Helen Bird of CurlyBirds is guest posting on MollyMoo - with a photographic craft tutorial on how to make sweet felted Tooth Fairy Pouches. And if you head over to Helen's blog, you will find a new MollyMoo craft and tutorial too!