Origami dates back date to way before our time and is often associated with Japanese culture. Ori meaning “folding”, and kami(gami) meaning “paper” and is an art form that has been taught from parent to child for many generations. As a kid I remember borrowing books from the library on Origami hoping I could learn this interesting craft. If you’ve ever wanted to learn how the art of origami these fun and easy origami crafts will be a perfect place to start.
Today’s DIY Sandbox with Roof Reveal & Bosch Builds Memories Giveaway was brought to you through a partnership with Bosch Power Tools. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
HIP-HIP HOORAY!!! Three cheers for Papa…and the family, our DIY Sandbox with Roof is finally complete.
Today’s Do It Yourself Family Project was brought to you through a partnership with Bosch Power Tools. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Living in a city where summer is a full-time season means we get to enjoy the outdoors year round. We keep a small pool and various outdoor toys for the girls in the backyard. The only thing missing was a sandbox.
The girls love to eat candy – what kid doesn’t. They are still sifting through the goodies they picked up over the last several holidays, and that’s more than enough to last them through the rest of this year. If you are looking for an alternative way to celebrate the upcoming holiday sans sugar-filled snacks, then these non-candy Valentines for kids to make is just what you need! Valentine’s Day doesn’t need to be a candy holiday.
Watching all those home shows where people seem to so easily create beautiful projects out of things they’ve found or re-purposed always make me wish I was crafty. Not that I probably couldn’t figure it out, just don’t know where to start. I’ve seen some beautiful pieces of furniture go from way old school and outdated, to new and hip and chic, simply with a good coat of paint.