Organizing Theory & Artistry

Tag: children’s crafts

Pressed Flower Cards for Mother’s Day

Pressed Flower Cards for Mother’s Day

Happy Mother’s Day! While I am away from my own mother and mother-in-law today, I wanted to share with you our attempt to send a bouquet of hugs to them for all the love and support we receive from them on a constant basis. Our […]

Easter Egg Dyeing

Easter Egg Dyeing

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Paintable Easter Egg Cookies for Kids

Paintable Easter Egg Cookies for Kids

For my daughter’s preschool Easter party this year, the teacher needed a volunteer to bring sugar cookies and frosting so the kids could try their hand at decorating. Although this is not my area of expertise, I offered to try to pull something together. First, […]

Valentines with an Organizational Twist

Valentines with an Organizational Twist

This year, my daughter’s preschool class valentines were inspired by my own organizational challenge. We have buckets full of pencils. Some we bought ourselves but a large number were received as gifts for trick-or-treating or other holidays. Pencils are a pretty common gift for children […]

Garden Art: Rock Creatures

Garden Art: Rock Creatures

This month, as I am looking to inject a little personality into my garden, my daughter’s school art project provided some inspiration. Using a well-known material we all have free access to, you can create an endless number of imaginative creatures. The material, of course, […]