My daughter is 5 years old and she loves to pick on her own the hair accessories so it matches with what she wears. Sometimes it is so fun to watch her deciding:) Recently she told me she had nothing special to wear for Valentine’s Day, and she wanted something with a heart (of course!). So I did a cute red heart for her headband, check it out, it is so easy!
We’ve been living in Canada for the last 3 years and our whole family is so far away, we only see them once a year, usually during summer school holidays. So when I have recently stumbled upon a cute personalized photo Christmas ornaments pattern it gave me an excellent idea!
This year I have decided to make a special Advent Calendar with my daughter. I was looking for some inspiration and I have found tons of great ideas that I wanted to share with you.
Here is my collection of really inspiring, DIY advent calendars for kids that you can easily make with your little ones! Have a look and get inspired:)
As a child I used to make rowanberry necklaces at the end of summer holidays and in the beginning of the school year. My school was 10min walking distance from my house and I always walked through a park where there were a lot of rowan trees giving beautiful red berries. When I told my daughter that she could make ‘things’ from these beautiful red rowan berries, she couldn’t wait to start her own project!
For a while now, I have been thinking about building my own lightbox, but I never took the time to do so. Moreover, I prefer to use the natural light as much as possible. But now, the gorgeous summer light is over, autumn is here and winter is approaching. So, my natural window light will become more and more difficult to catch. As I don’t have a lot of space to store the lightbox, I decided to make it foldable. It worked out pretty well!