Sugar Aunts: Share It Saturday #12 and Our Week-In-Review

Share It Saturday #12 and Our Week-In-Review

 
Share It Saturday
Happy weekend, friends!
 
Before we get to the fun stuff, we wanted to share a bit about our week...
 
Big Sister has been decorating the house as we prepare for Easter:
 
 
 We've been playing with these little cuties. A LOT. 
Post to come soon. 
 

 
I made a batch of these Baby Chick sugar cookies.
 

 
Our Most popular post of the week was our Rainbow Round-Up.  If you missed this post, you can check it out here.
 
 

We join the gals at Golden Grasses and Teach Beside Me as co-hosts in our weekly link up party...
 
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Our chose to feature painting projects for kids this week on Share It Saturday. 

These bloggers have some awesome ideas and are overflowing with creativity.  Check these blogs out, my friends. 

 

Mama to 4 Blessings created a bug themed watercolor and print art.  This looks like fun for all ages.
Buggy and Buddy was inspired by a trip to the museum to make their own Henri Matisse type of artwork. They even made their own painted paper!
Making Boys Men made their own molds and used Plaster of Paris to create sculptures.  These look like they were so much fun to paint!
The Sweeter Side of Mommyhood shares several of the current painting projects going on with her students.  My daughter especially loved the picture of the birch tree paintings: "Woooow, that's pretty!"
Buggy and Buddy also shares the giant spring flower wall art.  These pretty flowers really brighten up a room :)
Night Owl Crawler shows us a super cute handprint birthday card.  Wouldn't this be perfect for gifting to the Grandparents, Aunts/Uncles, cousins...??? I love this!


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Do you have a great play/creative learning idea that you would like to share?  We would love to see it!  Here are the "rules" for the party:
  • Share any educational ideas, crafts, projects, recipes, etc. (Please no giveaways)
  • Visit the co-hosts and say hello (follow along too!)
  • Link up your posts and include a link back to this blog if you are participating.
 
  
 
 
 



2 comments :

  1. Thanks for hosting! Can't wait to read more about your Easter preparations. :)

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