Printable Fall Leaves Wreath {free printable}

Today you can find me over at I Heart Naptime sharing how to make this uber fun and simple (and PRINTABLE) wreath!

I’ll see you over there! Have a happy weekend.

Halloween Cupcake and Candy Cup Wraps and a Halloween Round-up!

Today is the day I am over at eighteen25 for their annual Spooktacular September.


You can head over and grab the free printables to make these:

They are so fun and easy to make..don’t miss grabbing them!

For those here for the first time, WELCOME!  I wanted to do a quick roundup of past Halloween projects here at Kiki and Company. Go ahead and take a look and come back for LOTS more Halloween this season!

Free Halloween Countdown House //  Free Halloween Lunchbox Laughs  //  Halloween Countdown Pack // Printable Halloween Pack

Halloween Onesies and T-shirts // Pumpkin Poop //Halloween Bark  //  Countdown to Halloween

A Witch’s Broom // Halloween Treat Buckets // Halloween Tree  //  Halloween Treat Jars  // Free “BOO” print

Summer Sewing Cards {free printable}

 I LOVE summer, but I also love to have lots of activities for my kids to do to keep them busy. My 6 year old has been begging me to teach him how to sew and my 4 year old loves to do whatever activity I am doing, so I thought this would be a perfect time to teach each of them to sew and get comfortable with a needle in their hand, and thus designed some sweet summer sewing cards that will do just the trick!


These sewing cards are super easy to put together and get them sewing in no time!

To put the cards together you will need:

-THESE downloads.

-self laminating sheets

-hole punch

-yarn

-plastic kids needle, a dull ended big needle (I found mine at Wal-Mart) or tape

1-Print out the downloads and cut them out around the black outside line

2-Using your self laminating sheets, laminate the cards. You can even do this at any print shop for super cheap.

3- Cut out laminated cards. Hole punch every inch or so in the white areas all around the designs.

4-Cut yarn and tie a knot at the bottom of each card.

5-You can either thread the yarn in a needle and get them going, or if you don’t have one around, tape the end of the yarn and it is ready to go!

Sit with them and let them go at it. Teach them how to do some different stitches..or simply let them go at it.


It took my daughter a few minutes to get the hang of it, but she was determined…and did amazing!

It took her a good 20 minutes to get it done. She really enjoyed herself…

and I think was pretty darn proud of herself.

So go ahead and go grab these sweet little cards HERE…

and enjoy summer break with your kids!

What are YOU going to teach your kids this summer?

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