If you are stuck for inspiration for Dad’s Day this Sunday, we have tracked down these free printables for you. The kids (and you!) are sure to have fun completing them and we just know they will make his day! Enjoy.
How divine are these free printable reward charts to help your little ones track of their stars? Just had to share them with you.
You’ll find more whimsical printables for various occasions, including some beautiful Christmas gift tags, on this quirky and oh-so-fabulous site Arian Armstrong.
Hope you find them helpful! x
The Festival of Seven has begun.
Our biggest little guy turns the BIG 7 tomorrow so we celebrated with a little Slot Car Party with a couple of his buddies on the weekend.
After a last minute call out for advice on how to best make a road on a cake, I ‘borrowed’ some black fondant from a friend and got to work on it. OK, I know it’s no masterpiece and I think it’s safe to say the road looked more like the half fixed tarmac that Lightning McQueen cobbled together to get out of Radiator Springs in the first movie, rather than a smooth as silk race track.
Nevertheless, my gorgeous 6 year old was terribly impressed and grateful. He also now knows how to make “grass” from shredded coconut and green food colouring – a fundamental life skill.
I’m a serious pinterest addict so of course that was the first place I headed to find further inspiration. I came across these fab free printables from vinnie pearce blog (sooo love a free printable) and used them for labelling food and drinks.
All in all this party was a big hit with the little fellas, was relatively stress free for mama and didn’t cost a fortune. Everyone’s a winner.
Which one do you need today?
If you are a regular coffee drinker who loves getting your 10th cup free, I’m betting you will love these terribly fabulous DIY Printable Chore Cards by My Sweet Swirls on Etsy (http://www.etsy.com/shop/mysweetswirls).
Do your chores, get a punch (so to speak). Get 12 punches, get a surprise (which might be a big bubble bath, a book, favourite dinner, a toy – whatever ‘currency’ works for your kid).
They also have them for toddlers who stay in bed at bedtime or naptime! Now THAT’s good thinkin’ … I’ve just purchased some for my boys so stay tuned for an update.
NOTE: This is not a sponsored post (none of mine are!) – just sharing fab stuff I have found.