Kids Corner

Easter eggs need to be stored in a beautiful basket. These crazy characters are made from balloons that have been wrapped in crochet cotton then covered with PVA. Just like papier-mâché, the glue will take a few days to dry, giving you plenty of time to let your imagination run wild with decorating ideas for your new quirky creations.

What better way to celebrate Easter than with a fun Easter egg hunt? Follow these tips to plan and carry out an exciting Easter tradition.

Brighten your little buddy’s bedroom with a colourful paper wall hanging. Using a sewing machine, join strings of cardboard hearts and hang them from a painted timber batten. Hearts, stars, diamonds or daisies, hung above a bed – who knows, this could lead to all kinds of paper creations!

Trick or treat! Decorate your bedroom with fun Halloween crafts, then grab your mates and get set for a spooky sleepover.

With decorating a kid’s room comes plenty of opportunity to break the rules, introduce playful colours and have loads of fun. Spark your child’s imagination by filling a ceiling with decorated paper lanterns, just like floating planets. The best part? The young’uns can help you make them, so you’ll be done in no time!

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