Utilise your fabric scraps and sewing supplies in these ides for fabric and yarn activities for kids from last weeks Family Frugal Linky.
Reading though last week’s posts on the Family Frugal Linky, has left me feeling inspired to dig out my felt squares and left over yarn in my sewing suppiles to create these cute projects and activities with my kids.
- Turn felt into this imaginative pretend play sandwich activity from Syncopatedmama
- Make these adorable Fairy Hair Braids from Little Worlds Big Adventures
- This fork weaving activity from Hands on:as we Grow is ideal to keep the kids busy whilst you prepare dinner.
- And I couldn’t resist a mention for our own Scrap Art Minions
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I am afraid that we haven’t been very frugal this week, as we have been away on a family mini break to Legoland Windsor. It certainly isn’t a cheap place to visist with the kids, but it was welll worth the splurge. My kids are all lego mad and at ages 7, 5 and 3 they were at the perfect age to enjoy this very special treat. We will be getting back to basics again though over the next few weeks of our summer holidays to make up for it. I am really looking forward to getting stuck into some more junk art projects with them and you might see our lego sneaking into a few of our activities as I’ve come back fromour trip feeling inspired.
I’m sure my co-hosts have done a much better job as being frugal this week, so why not head over and see what they have been upto as well:
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