December 5th — Winter Crafting

 I am lucky to know many talented people who inspire. So many have been doing very impressive crafting such as making by hand waldorf dolls, wooden play houses, quilts, and so much more. I on the other hand need to stick to simply things with my little ones for the moment.

   This is what they have been up to:

   I will add that this project did not work out, not because of the tutorial however but I believe because we used yarn and not string, and the glue might have been diluted, and because we deflated the balloons slowly rather than popping them and finally it might have been because we had little hands wanting to do it themselves. We will try again though. If you want to try this craft project, you can find it in the following link. Best of luck!

 We love glitter but please remember it can get into eyes, we have been lucky all these years but we know of others who will not have glitter in the house because of that danger. 

Balloon and string ornaments

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  1. Veronica Lee says:

    Hi! I’m a new follower of your lovely blog. Just wonder why my avatar isn’t showing on your GFC widget!?? Grrrr! I hate Blogger!

  2. A little crunchy - Kimberly says:

    Thank you for stopping by Veronica, GFC is a bit glitchy I have noticed, thus I love when people leave comments so I can be sure to see them and visit them back!

  3. Aww. That’s sweet. I love that you have little helping hands. I’m a new follower.

  4. Aw, children crafts are so fun! I actually did this (without my sweet little one’s help) to make christmas ornaments! I used regular string, and the first one I did turned out really well, but the next batch I’m pretty sure was messed up because I diluted the glue too much. I bet their next ones will be perfect!