Celebrating St.Patrick’s Day with your children….
Looking for some ideas on celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with the children?
I’m sharing a few of my favourite activities I do with the kids………
1/ Start your St. Patrick’s Day morning off by getting your children to choose their Leprechaun name and try and call each other by it all day!
2/ Top O’ the morning pancakes for a St. Patrick’s Day celebration breakfast on our gold confetti paper plates
*Add green food colouring to your favourite pancake recipe and cook slowly on a very low heat
TIP – cook them earlier and pop them in a glad bag in the freezer ready to pull out early on St. Patrick’s Day!
3/ Print out a St.Patrick’s Day word search or play bingo
4/ Find green snacks like these new delicious peppermint cripsy m&ms in our white cupcake cups (the perfect serving size) + green milk/green smoothie in a mini milk bottle with our shamrock paper straws for the perfect St.Patrick’s Day celebrations snack!
Cuuuuuuuute shamrock paper straws!
5/ Create a fun fruit rainbow platter with cream clouds and a pot of gold chocolate for dessert, the kids will love this!
Plate | Napkins | Mini Milk Bottle | Straw
For more St. Patrick’s Day ideas check out our pinterest board and our range of products we sell
Every year when Easter rolls around I like to think of easy Easter craft ideas and these decorative Easter Eggs were so much fun!
I love any chance to get my craft on but I have a wee habit of leaving it to the last minute, anyone else relate??
When I ordered in these white polystyrene eggs into the shop I couldn’t resist pimping them out
With a bit of spray paint, a vivid, glitter and gold glitter tape the world is your Easter egg oyster
Don’t these pink and gold Easter eggs look super cute nesting on our pink shredded paper in our whitewash crates or in the egg carton I also spray painted
And for all you last minute Easter shoppers we are offering
Sale ends midnight 31st March and is not valid with any other offer, bank deposits must be received two days after order is placed
I love getting my craft on and sadly I just dont make enough time for it!
But when I do, I’m in my happy creative, fulfilled place!
Since our Christmas range is selling so fast and we have already sold out of our Meri Meri Reindeer + Santa Cups I decided to make my own for our Christmas party this Saturday
To start I grabbed some red paper cups, googly eyes, silver sparkly pipe cleaners, silver glitter tape, party straws and my trusty glue gun
Cut up the pipe cleaners into thirds or about 8cm, lie one piece horizontally over the other pipe cleaner lying vertically making a cross, twist around to opposite sides
Trim down the antlers if you need too
Cut the noses out of silver glitter tape or silver glitter card
Glue on the googly eyes with your glue gun or pva
Stick on the noses
Glue the antlers on the side
Serve with a cute red paper straw and waaaa laaa you have the cutest Christmas reindeer cups for the kids!