7 Cheap Activities for Toddlers to do Before Summer Ends

   This summer is flying by!  Below are some fun ideas to keep your toddler occupied until fall.  Be sure to follow me on Pinterest for more activities!   1. DIY Scented Play-dough Play-dough is a staple of childhood.  You can spend a fortune over time buying play-dough from the store, or you could just make…

Organizing Activities for Toddlers

Hello world!  It’s been ages since I posted anything on the blog.  Hopefully I will continue to find time in my busy schedule to make this a regular thing. So, I just had a baby.  I also have a 2-year-old. Yep, my life is crazy busy. I’d be lying if I said that taking care…

Felt Food- Pop Tart

This week’s felt food is pop tarts. There are so many different kinds of pop tarts. I chose one with white frosting and sprinkles. You could definitely make smores, blueberry, strawberry, chocolate chip cookie, cherry, etc. All you need for this are tan felt, white felt, and different colors of thread. I choose to use…

Felt Food- Salad

My daughter received a play kitchen for Christmas this year and I have been making felt food for her to play with. Last week I shared noodles with butter, and this week it’s salad. Isn’t this beautiful? Here are the items included in this salad: Dark Lettuce Light lettuce Cucumbers Tomatoes Spinach Romaine Arugula Onions…

Felt Food- Noodles

This week’s felt food is noodles and butter. I used cream-colored felt to make the noodles and yellow felt for the butter. There are three different types of noodles that I used. Bow-tie Pasta For this I cut little squares and cut zigzags on two sides of the squares. After cutting, I scrunched the squares…

Felt Food- Chocolate Chip Cookies

Today’s felt food is chocolate chip cookies. These were made with light brown felt and dark brown felt. I cut the light brown felt (cookie) on into circles using a cup as an outline. Then I cut the dark brown felt (chocolate chips) into tiny circles. First I sewed 5 chocolate chips onto each cookie….

Felt Board DIY

My two year old loves felt. So far I’ve made her felt food and felt dolls. Since she’s shown great interest in those, I thought it might be time for a felt board. I remember my mother creating all kinds of fun felt things for us to play with as children, so after browsing pinterest…

Felt Food- Spaghetti

This week’s felt food is spaghetti with meatballs. Spaghetti Noodles I cut some white yarn to make these noodles. Since I didn’t have any cream yarn, I soaked the white yarn in coffee and let it dry overnight. It came out the perfect shade! Sauce I used red felt and cut it out to look…

Felt Food- Pancakes

This week’s felt food is pancakes with fruit, butter, and whipped cream.   Pancakes For pancakes you need two circles of cream felt and two circles of tan felt. The tan felt should be half an inch smaller than the cream felt. First, you cut the circles. Then you sew the tan circle on top…

Felt Food: Pizza

My daughter just received a play kitchen for Christmas this year, and so I’ve been making felt food for her. This week I am sharing the felt pizza that I made. For this pizza I started out making the crust. I cut a large circle (using a bowl from my kitchen as a guide) of…

Narnia Themed Nursery – Part 6: Mobile

 We will be welcoming a sweet little boy in April of this year, and I’ve been sharing our nursery as we get it ready for this precious baby.  If you are interested in seeing all that we’ve done, take at look at these links below: Part 5: Shelf with Lion, Tree, and Lamp Post Part…