My husband and I have become adamant on starting a garden this year. Where we live the natural soil is so full of rocks and boulders that planting directly into the ground would take months of hard prep work and thousands of dollars. So, we’ve been doing research on other ways we can start a garden and grow our own vegetables. The plan is to have enough fruits, vegetables and roots that we should spend significantly less on our grocery bill! And for a family of ten people groceries are a big chunk of our monthly budget!
Part of our new family schedule includes a time set aside specifically for crafting. If the kids aren’t in the mood for a craft, they can opt to color or read instead, but most days they are very ready to get creative! Yesterday I decided to introduce a new medium to the kids that they hadn’t used yet-watercolors! I was surprised it had taken us so long to use them!
Fairies and princesses are two of my Little Monster’s favorite things so when I saw this craft idea I had to see if she would be interested in it (for those who are unaware, Little Monster is my four year … Continue reading