A WIN-WIN GIFT THIS MOTHER’S DAY
This Mother’s Day give your kid the gift of creativity, and in return watch them learn, laugh and grow without a screen in front of their eyes.
Here is a list of our Top 5 DIY Activities to indulge your kids in, which then result in great Mother’s Day presents for you to keep for yourself or gift to your mom.
Everyone wants their home to be comfortable and cozy, while for some people that’s clothes lying around everywhere and for some it’s a squeaky-clean house.
One thing that’s usually a constant is cushions. Whether they are buried under a pile of clothes, or perfectly fluffed and positioned on the couch – they are usually always there. Here, we show you how your kids can design and print cushion covers by themselves!
Who doesn’t want to be surrounded by greenery? Experts say having plants in your home is not only pleasing to the eye, but also very good for health. A healthy body more often than not results in a healthy and happy mind.
Nonetheless, it was much easier to grow a garden and maintain plants when we didn’t have responsibilities like work and family. However, with just 7 materials and in 6 easy steps, you can soon fill up your home with plants that you love too!
Imagine going to meet your family (your mom, aunt, grandmom, etc.) and taking a nice candle as a present. Now imagine, if that candle could be handmade by your kids for their grandparents or aunts and uncles.
It adds a sentimental value to an already thoughtful present – and it gives your kids a new creative project to work on every now and then!
All women love jewellery, well most women do. When it’s hand made by a child or a grandchild, it’s that much more special. It doesn’t have to be bling or gold or a diamond, it’s the thought that counts most.
Indulge your child’s creativity with this Special DIY activity and reap the benefits for yourself – or give it to your mother!
Pictures create memories – memories that many a times are irreplaceable. As far as we know it, we’ve used cameras which needed films, followed by digital cameras, then phones, and now numerous different apps on smartphones.
We bring you this DIY activity to share with your kids in a larger attempt to take their eyes and mind off a screen and on to physical science and creativity.
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