Homemade Frontier is equal parts patriotic Canadian and patriotic American. And as such we aim to celebrate each and every holiday regardless of which side of the border it falls on. What we are saying is – more parties! Canada and the United States celebrate their birthday’s in the same week and even have coordinating colour/color schemes. [...]
Here’s a quick project that kids love. They get to play in water and use their hands without needing much fine motor skills. And they end up with colorful little felted beads they can use for just about anything. My daughter pretends they’re money, food, you name it. Or you can use a sharp needle [...]
I know messes. Very well. I also know crafty kids. I’ve learned a few things along the way. If it’s not washable don’t use it. Keep food and crafts at separate tables. Let the kids choose some of the crafts. At the very least let them think they chose a craft. Always have a contingency plan in [...]
Let’s start decorating for the Easter Bunny! He (Or she, is there an official ruling on the sex of the Easter Bunny?) is nearly ready to hippity hoppity down that bunny trail and eggs must be dyed and baskets decorated. We’ve gathered the best Easter crafts and snacks we could find to share with you. Ready, [...]
Felt is one of my favorite fabrics to work with. It doesn’t fray, so you can cut without the need to finish the edges. It feels wonderful to the touch and comes in many pretty colors. I highly recommend getting real wool felt. Polyester or a wool blend will work, but you lose a bit of the magic. We happen to have a limited quantity of 100% wool felt in stock, in case it’s hard to come by in your area.