Would they love a cool, customized container for their other treasures?
Don’t panic or get stressed about the overly complicated (or overly girly) boxes you find on Pinterest!
It’s easy to make a custom-decorated treasure box your kids will love. All you need is an empty shoebox, some duct tape and an X-acto knife.
In this article I’ll show you how to create a duct-tape treasure box with your kids that’s perfect for Valentine’s Day and beyond.
Why Make a Treasure Box?
What is it with kids and trinkets? Whether it’s pennies, Pokémon trading cards, notes passed in class, valentine cards, rocks or one of a million other kinds of small objects, kids love to collect things.
What may seem meaningless to you is priceless to them (at least at the moment).
A treasure box is a special way for children to claim “their important stuff” and it’s something fun for you to create together.
Trying to keep holiday spending in check, despite a long list of loved ones?
Wondering what to do with that misguided gift or regrettable impulse purchase?
Dig it out of the closet and get ready to regift! Don’t let the kids have ALL the fun at your holiday gathering. Liven things up for everyone with a good, old-fashioned recycled gift exchange.
In this article I’ll show you how to wrap a great party, open laughter from people of all ages, get rid of the old and leave with something “new.”
Why Have a Recycled Gift Exchange?
Got STUFF? A recycled gift exchange will help you get rid of some unwanted things and have a blast in the process. True, you’ll exchange your items for other stuff, but you may end up with something you like better.
Looking for new ways to cool off in a shallow creek or kids’ fountain?
You and your kids can make a splash in water that’s only knee-deep and have a ball doing it.
In this article, I’ll teach you to play four shallow-water games that will keep you cool when you need to stay relatively dry.
Why Play Shallow Water Games?
Just let them jump in, you say? It’s true, there’s nothing like bombing into a pool, diving under the waves at the beach or launching yourself off a rope swing into a lake.
But sometimes you need to keep the kids clean and dry. Other times the best you’ve got is a couple feet of water to splash around in.