My son made this adorable Cottonball Easter Bunny yesterday after making the paper Easter eggs. I cut 2 ears and a bunny face from paper. His favorite part was tearing the cotton balls into pieces and patting them down. I helped him glue the fluffy bunny ears to the face. He placed on googly eyes, . . . . .
My son loves the movie Horton Hears a Who (affiliate link) so I knew for sure that I wanted to do related crafts and a book with my son in honor of Dr Seuss’s birthday earlier this month. I am so pleased with the way everything turned out! We made these mommy and me crafts: Horton Elephant . . . . .
Our 4th Christmas Theme is a Penguin Theme. It’s my son’s favorite animal and even had his 2nd birthday party as a Penguin Winter-Land theme. As usual, we started with a Coloring Page ~ a Santa Penguin. I also made this great Keepsake Christmas Penguin Plate with him using his footprint and fingerprints. Click HERE to . . . . .
Our 2nd Christmas Theme is Reindeer! As usual, I started my son off with a reindeer coloring page which he happily painted. He also learned how to say reindeer! Click HERE if you would like to print this page. We also watched the Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer DVD I got for him last year and . . . . .
My son recently had a birthday party where I hung green crepe paper all over to give a jungle look. I didn’t want to just throw it away, so I found some fun projects to make with him reusing the crepe paper. This is a paper plate octopus that I helped him make. I let . . . . .