I was recently invited to participate in celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Disney Store. I was challenged to recreate a famous movie scene using a prop from the Disney Store. The Disney movies and… More
The weekend we built a water table for Sophie’s gazebo. The gazebo already had a water wall which we made by attaching pipes and bottles to some trellis using cable ties. However, I wanted to make make it more interactive by creating something she could position herself so I decided to make a magnetic water wall. Continue reading “DIY Magnetic Water Wall”
Last weekend, we made Sophie an outdoor easel and so far we have only used chalk pens on it. I decided to buy some Easter foam shapes for Sophie to stick to the easel. We have done this activity before for Valentines Day and Halloween but we stuck the foam shapes onto our patio windows.
The sun has started to shine and I have started on my to-do list for the garden (much to my husband’s dismay!) I’ve wanted to build an acrylic easel for ages so I searched on Pinterest for some inspiration. I came across a blog called ‘Tried and True’ which had a tutorial with FREE PLANS! So I printed them off and convinced my husband to take me to Homebase for supplies. While we were there, we also picked up some extra wood to make a water tray and a catapult! Although everyone (including my husband) thinks that building a catapult for a garden full of stones, with a greenhouse and a house with sky lights is a disaster waiting to happen… so maybe that project won’t actually happen!
Sophie loves the Gruffalo, so we decided to try out the new Gruffalo Spotter trail at the Wyre Forest today. We had read that they advise you to download the Gruffalo Spotter app before you visit as the data signal isn’t great in the forest. So we downloaded it, packed a picnic and headed to the deep dark woods…
Sophie loves to look in the garden for birds so I thought we could make some bird feeders to encourage more birds to visit our garden.