#papermood : (via kokokoKIDS:) ok guys when I saw this I thought wow how clever using vegetables as stamps and that endive ‘bottom’ looks like a rose. If you’re visiting the blog it’s all in Russian but don’t despair it’s also in English well some bits of it. Just fire up an internet translator, just google it for one. Enjoy the rest of the page because it’s inspiring on how you can use some shapes to create fun stuff for kids.
Happy Tuesday! I hope everyone is having a wonderful week!
Today I have a little kids craft for you that I made with my 3-year-old daughter, Abbey. She loves bringing in “gifts” to her classmates at pre-school and we take every opportunity to do so! For Valentine’s Day, Abbey wanted to paint…
Hi everyone! New layout for the blog if you haven’t noticed. ;) I needed a little more white space and simplicity. This will work for me for now… haha.
I have one card to share with you today using Studio Calico’s April card kit, Bluegrass Farm. »
I love this bird punch by Martha Stewart….
Sigmund Freud– probably the most misunderstood doctor in the history of psychology.
To start off:
No, Freud didn’t just go around telling people they had unconscious desires to have sexual intercourse with their parents. (Oedipus complex, anyone?)
No, Freud was not crazy and he did not prescribe cocaine to all of his patients as a quick fix.
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