If there’s one thing that’s captured my kids’ attentions during the 2010 FIFA World Cup, it’s the stadium horns, or vuvuzelas. I mean it’s difficult not to notice them, but they seem extra exciting to my children. It’s not surprising really that something that’s pretty much as tall as they are and makes a huge noise is going to appeal to them.
I’ve been a fan of the papercut artwork of Famille Summerbelle, this Parisian-based husband and wife team for awhile now. They came on my radar with their intricate and whimsical papercut city maps like Paris, London and New York. Their latest accomplishment is even more impressive… a WORLD MAP!
Celebrate the Fourth of July with this simple bunting made with starfruit prints. This sweet tropical fruit can simply be cut in half and used for printing, making a quick and easy kids’ project. Then the kids can eat the other half! We made our prints into a festive bunting, but you could adorn napkins, […]