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Adorable Bunny Hat for Your Eggs

You won’t need to prepare anything for this cute idea. Just print it out, cut out the hats and add them to the dippy eggs before you crack them open. So cute. Fun for an Easter morning breakfast. Materials Egg Bunny Hat Printable Egg cup Dippy Egg (tips here on how to cook it) Non-toxic […]

Cheese & Ham Macaroni Bake

Hi everyone! Today I am sharing an easy family meal that has been a hit with many people, especially children. If you don’t like creamy pastas, then perhaps you would prefer this as a side dish to accompany a chicken dinner. It is also perfect to make ahead and have in the fridge until dinner […]

Easter Craft: Paper Easter Egg Basket

  Here’s a sweet paper Easter egg basket tutorial from Families Magazine. You will need • Paper (the more colourful and bright the better!) • Scissors • Glue/sticky tape What to do Cut out eight egg shapes of equal size. Use your first egg shape as a template for the other shapes. Draw free hand or […]

Miniature baby sculptures that will make your heart sing

A block of polymer clay, tiny dental tools and plenty of imagination is all that Mina Cerrachio needs to create one-of-a-kind miniature baby sculptures. Beautifully intricate and life like, these sculptures bring joy to collectors, comfort to grieving families and remind us all of the miracle of new life. Cath Johnsen caught up with the talented Mina […]

Backyard Easter Hunt

Brought to you by Nuffnang and BIG W I often work with BIG W surrounding significant holiday events because I like the outlook of their campaigns: it’s about facilitating special moments and how you want them to work for your family. I know I can go in store and find pretty much everything I need […]

Feed the Bunny Game

This bunny box game is a fun game for parties and Easter and is made with simple materials. Materials 1 Large box brown paper masking tape glue stick scissors craft knife (adult use only) black permanent marker lead pencil white & black paper red & pink poster paper Older kids could achieve this, but there are […]

Autumn Essentials List

My husband and I were just saying today how packing up our family into 6 suitcases and moving to New Zealand for a year has been the best thing for us (you can read more about it here). Having much less stuff has forced me think very much in terms of essentials. I’m not only talking […]

Rainbow Leaves Tradition

This has become a traditional thing for the kids and I to do as the leaves begin to change, early in Autumn. It always amazes me, even when I think there’s not much colour in the leaves, how many colours we find! Just take a look!  It’s such a simple, grounding and beautiful activity to do. Head […]

Peppa Pig Easter Craft & Activities

Peppa Pig is a huge favourite with kids, and if you’re looking for some easy Easter craft and activities for the school holiday period, here are some printables for you: Bunting Easter hat Easter card Colouring in sheets Simply click on the picture for the printable you want to download. 1. Peppa Pig Bunting 2. […]

Famous Painting Colouring Pages

I searched around the net to find the best famous painting colouring pages.  I set this up as an after school activity one day. I simply printed out the colouring pages, did a collage of corresponding famous paintings and cut them out.  I found a heap of great ones over at Super Coloring here and I picked […]

Corn Fritters

Ingredients 1 ½ cups of sweet corn kernels (fresh corn is so yummy – need about 2 ears, but I often use frozen corn in this recipe) 1 onion, finely diced 1 tablespoon coriander, chopped ¼ cup plain flour Salt & pepper, to taste 1 egg, beaten Vegetable/canola oil, for frying Note: If I’m making these for the […]

Nest Cupcakes

I’m not flash with cake decorating. Let’s just say this: I make the cake part of the birthday cakes in this family, but my husband usually does the decorating because he’s far more precise and patient than I am.  But this is simple and easy! Fun for Easter, baby showers or birthdays. This is a […]

Plastic Egg Faces

Plastic Easter eggs are such useful things. They are great for Easter Egg Hunts (reuse them every year), glow in the dark Easter game and craft. One idea is to make cute egg faces. Wool, googly eyes and a permanent marker does the trick. Or just draw with permanent marker. More Easter Craft Ideas

Bunny Miniature Terrarium (Non-Chocolate Easter Idea)

If your looking for a jar full of cuteness this Easter, keep reading as I show you how to create the tiniest  Bunny Miniature Terrarium ever made (well by me anyway!). Full disclosure, before starting this project, you need to be patient and handy with a pair of tweezers. It is  fiddly because it’s so small. […]

Beautiful Mother’s Day Gift: Your Child’s Handwriting on a Necklace

I’ve been a fan of Uberkate since 2010 when I first discovered Kate Sutton’s work. Kate’s designs foster a deep sense of emotion because it’s all about carrying the ones you love close to you. Over the years, I’ve following Uberkate closely and there’s something new I wanted to share with you. It’s called Your Script, and essentially, Kate […]

Fun Play Jar

I’m working on an article (for another website) about chocolate-free (or minimising chocolate) Easter ideas and one is to make a fun play jar. Take anywhere! These are easy to put together and cost about $20. These are great for: Birthday Parties – make smaller ones for party favours or do up one as a […]

Printable Road/Garden Play Mats

This is a great idea for travel or those times when kids have to wait somewhere with you…and you want to bring something little for them to play with. Print out a paper play mat, grab a small toy and put it all in a zip lock bag or pencil case. Throw it in your bag […]

Frozen Blueberry & Yoghurt Kebabs

Well, this was a hit with my kids! They gobbled them up for afternoon tea. It’s a slightly different take on Frozen Yoghurt Bites I’ve made before.  Kebab Sticks Blueberries Thick yoghurt – any flavour (Greek Style consistency works best) Baking paper Large container Large plate The good thing is you can make a batch […]

Adorable Acorn People

We collected acorns (and a macadamia nut) on our walk home from school.  How cute are these little people?  We glued them to cardboard and they are sitting proudly on a shelf. All you need is: Craft glue Acorns Googly eyes permanent marker My son worked out that if you put a leaf under the […]

Disney Characters in Regular Clothes

Pauline (who blogs over at Punziella) is a Disney-lover in her 20’s, and she draws very cool stuff. Like these popular Disney characters in regular clothes. I asked Pauline about her love for Disney, her favourite chapter to draw and where she finds her inspiration. Great inspiration for budding artists.   Why do you love Disney […]

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