I've been making cards with some felted wool left over from the girls' Valentine's kitties. I love how quick and easy it is to make whatever sweet thing that pops into my head.
During our scavenger hunt on St. Patrick's day, I couldn't help but think that there was a better way. The hunt was written in small text with about 30 things to find. While the girls had fun, they couldn't fully participate.
As we were running around hunting, I thought of a better way with pictures instead of words and stickers instead of 3 year olds trying to cross off little lines of text...
I drew 9 simple nature finds and laminated the pictures on card stock. Next, I stuck 9 dot stickers to the laminate so the girls could document their finds.
You can download my scavenger hunt here.
Labels: Do Good
Today was one of those perfect days when I re-lived my childhood through my girls. We spent the morning making a fariy house - complete with beds and a play area.
We made the house by finding the perfect spot under the tree. We transplanted moss, flowers and pinecones for the floor and walls. We made a little path out of small stones.
To make the beds we used a hot glue gun to attach 4 sticks (cut the same length) to the bottom of a piece of wood. Of course, we needed two beds. Petals and a large leaf were put on the beds for pillows and blankets.
Even I live in hope that a couple of little faries will move in. Golly, these tree-hugging girls of mine are swell.