Sugar Aunts: DIY Kid Friendly Projects

DIY Kid Friendly Projects

We're back for Share It Saturday after a mini blogging break over Christmas and New Year's.  We had a fabulous two weeks with family, friends, and lots of fun.  The little break was much needed.  We're glad to be back and excited about all that the new year has in store for us!  We're beginning it with a fantastic Share It Saturday line-up of featured bloggers this week!  It is always so much fun to look through the links each week and pick out a few of our favorites.  This week's picks feature DIY Kid-Friendly Projects.  We love a great DIY project for the home or for creative play with the kids so this was a fun post to put together.  A busy mom needs a simple project and these great DIY's are just that!  The links below will share tutorials on easy recipes, activities, and even gifts that are sure to satisfy the creative need in a busy mom! 

DIY Kid Friendly Projects for Busy Moms

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DIY Kid-Friendly Projects for the Busy Mom


SO want to try these Toddler Made Cheese Crackers from Craftulate!

The perfect home d├ęcor kid craft and project...DIY Mod Podge and Solstice Lanterns from Crafting Connections.

An easy DIY activity to keep the kids occupied with indoor play is this Cardboard Box Miniature Golf Course from Reading Confetti.

Ok, so this Candy Cane Hot Cocoa from We Made That sounds completely fabulous for when mom needs a little break!

Have a light table? I love these DIY Color Blocks from And Next Comes L! Life with Moore Babies made them too: DIY Color Window Blocks and they would be perfect for some sensory and learning fun with the kids.

Snowed in? Make a few of these easy No Sew Sock Puppets from Happy Hooligans.

Christmas Chex Mix from My Joy Filled Life sounds like a great DIY treat after a busy morning of play time.

Thinking ahead to Valentine's Day? These DIY Heart Shaped Tea Bags from A Pearl and Her Pilot would be a great project to create with the kids.

A few of our favorite DIY projects for busy moms:



 



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6 comments :

  1. Thanks so much for featuring our Candy Cane Hot Cocoa! I grabbed a button and linked up again this week!

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    1. Thanks for linking up Tracey! I CAN not wait to make that hot cocoa! Have a great weekend :)

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  2. Thanks for hosting and featuring our DIY Color Blocks!

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  3. Thanks so much for featuring our Solstice Lanterns :) We've been on a bit of a break as well over the holidays - we hope yours was as restorative and restful as ours. Happy New Year!

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  4. Thank you for the feature! We are staying inside today, so this list will come in handy!

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