Last weeks Family Frugal Linky was awash with colourful ideas for frugal crafts and activities. Here are some of my favourites:
A Little Pinch of Perfect show you how to save money by making you own clay to use in a colourful Clay ornament kids craft
This cheap and simple set up activity is sure to keep the kids amused for ages Coloured Water Transfer
from Hands on:as we Grow
Have you had a go at making Clean Mud yet? Study at Home Mama shows you how to turn it into a Clean Garden Mud
activity for kids.
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We had great fun at the weekend celebrating Bella’s 3rd birthday. The home-made cake though didn’t quite turn out as planned. I wanted to make a Teddy Bear Cake, but unfortunately my two attempts at making a basic sponge cake failed miserably (they both sunk in the middle). I have probably made hundreds of sponge cakes in the past that have all risen beautifully, so I am still at a loss as to know what I did wrong. Not wanting to waste the cakes, I had to improvise! The party had a Teddy Bear Picnic theme, so i used the edges of the cakes and turned them into a selection of mini cakes rather than one big one. The kids thought this was great and they’ll never know that this was never the original plan! Have you had any cooking disasters this week?
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