Who would have thought that when Lindsay put a paper bag on her head originally four BlogHers ago she would have inspired a creative movement amongst CheeseburgHers and Hims? We’re lucky in that we get to pick ten of you guys. You did us proud.
My son just loves to draw. And I love to keep his hands busy particularly if we’re out to a meal where waiting even just a normal amount of time can seem an eternity for a busy boy like mine. Luckily, a friend gifted us with Doodles at Lunch a book filled with 36 tear-out placemats with step-by-step instructions on creating awesome doodles.
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.
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, […]