If you’ve been following our blog for a while then you’d know we love to get crafty! Lockdown has also given us a lot more time to tackle a number of projects.
From developing fine motor skills to supporting self-esteem, getting crafty has serious perks for children so I’m all for it.
PNA stationers recently shared some great points as to the benefits of crafting which I am sharing below. PNA have also come up with various crafts for kids to do at home with their parents/carers, and to make it easy a quick scan of the QR Code attached to the activity will pull up the shopping list/requirements for the projects. It couldn’t be easier!
I love a reading up on home decor and discovering new trends and DIY tips. I especially enjoy seeing how little changes and updates make a huge difference to a space and how it can literally make an impact in your life.
A little corner in our kitchen became such a waste of space up until recently. Kurt began working from the little table when lockdown first started and I started storing some of my candle making supplies in containers under the table. It literally became an eye-sore!