for all of your posts which encourage families to recycle, upcycle, save money
and time in a positive and fun way! Thanks to everyone who linked up last
week. I really enjoyed reading through your posts. I particularly enjoyed:
|Family frugal linky featured posts|
painting is such a fun activity for little ones and uses very simple
through the narrow gate. So simple to create but looks so effective and is a
great way to add colour to a room in your home.
is drawing to a close and signs of spring are beginning to appear. Here are 10 Creative Ideas for Outdoor Play from Mommy Loves Trees.
We began the week with a bit of a de-clutter of the kids wardrobes. They are
growing out of their clothes fast, so we went through and sorted them into
piles to pass onto friends, to take the charity shop and those to be thrown
into the clothes recycling bin. We then headed out to buy some bigger ones after a
trip to the cinema to see “Shaun the Sheep Movie”. Have you seen it? It was
great fun and perfect for my 5 and 7 year old sons.
as well. We made some Bubble wrap Salt Dough Shamrocks and we all worked
together on a collaborative rainbow collage, which also provided the back drop
for a lovely play the boys wrote and performed for us called “The Magic
have been up this week as well:
Peakle Pie – Creative Ideas for Inspiring Minds – Sharing creative activities for the under 7’s.
Raising Wild Ones – A Family Lifestyle Blog – Kids crafts and activities, travelling and exploring new places and photography are the focus of Raising Wild Ones.
Nemcsok Farms – A Family Run Farm – Full of hints and tips, recipes and ideas on how to use the things around you to create a better, more natural lifestyle.
Our Daily Craft – Crafting with and for kids, creativity for moms and other busy people and helping you create the life you always wanted.
Sunny Day Family – Navigating Life, Home, Family and Food with a sunny outlook.
week and picking my favourites out to FEATURE on next weeks linky and share
over my social media channels over the course of the week. I’m particularly
looking forward to seeing your frugal crafts made from recyclable materials, up
cycling projects and good ideas for frugal family desserts and puddings.
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