I love fostering creativity in my son in as many ways as possible and I get excited when I find innovative and creative toys for him – like these Chalkboard Toys. Your little ones can create their own designs on these fun educational toys finished with Chalkboard. Each toy comes complete with chalk so they can write messages on them, draw pictures on them or use them as room décor. I keep imagining all the creative ways my son would decorate his own toys – I am pretty sure he would draw a soccer ball, a robot, a heart and his name of course. What fun images would your little ones create? A butterfly? A flower? A cat? A dinosaur? A fox? A monster? The possibilities are endless!
A simple timber slab tree this year! No mess, no fuss! We draped a white ball garland, decorated with little animal figurines, poms and fairy lights…voila! Our gifts looking pretty under the tree are wrapped in simple Kraft paper with pastel donut cutouts I printed from OhHappyDay.com and finished in vintage ribbon. Sweet combo!
Wishing you all a merry sweet Christmas and the best New Year!
We celebrated Halloween with a little tea party at home during the week. Halloween is not really celebrated in Australia…a few trick or treaters and skeletons here and there but not like America! We thought we would have a little tea party of our own with a few treats including some Lindt ghosts, pumpkin and milk cookies. I set up the kids table and our lovely Rabman Mini Willa print, hung some paper pompoms and masks, a few boo stickers and bats and the kids thought it was amazing! Kingston dressed as a Panda and Sage as a cat looked totally adorable! We sipped Milky’s out of glass jars with little cat stickers and enjoyed some sugary treats and laughed at each other in masks! This is about as scary as I like it!
Happy Halloween everyone! May you not eat your weight in sugar!