Saturday, November 19, 2011

Preparing for Eco-Friendly Adventures in Babysitting

My husband and I have babysat his twin nieces a couple times. They are mover and shakers! They like to run around and play with everything! Today, I am mentally and physically preparing for tonight because I know we will need to keep them busy. Here are some eco-friendly craft ideas:

Seashell Angels and Snowmen 
Gift to Grandma at Christmas
Shells collected during our beach trip



Paint pine cones and string together to hang on doorknobs
Pine cones collected in our neighbor's yard (make sure you ask first!)
My favorite is the one in the middle

Pinecone Swag

Tutorial and pictures to come! I am off to clean shells!

>> What eco-friendly crafts have you done with your kids?
 


7 comments:

Collette Osuna said...

What a cut eblog...I just found you!! Cant wait for the tutorials..co nice to meet you:)

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Sunray Gardens said...

New follower from your blog hop.
Cher Sunray Gardens

Ohio Outdoors said...

New follower from your hop.
Craig Ohio Outdoors

Small Footprints said...

What beautiful ideas! I've been thinking about what I'd like to do with my front door and ... you've just given me the best idea. I think your door decorations are so pretty ... simply elegant! Thank you! :-)

All Natural Katie said...

Small Footprints - I was very excited about the S in the middle with pine cones on each side! I need to recreate this!!!

Redheaded Daybook said...

Hopping around from ElizaKPrints!
Pinecones are my favorite holiday decoration to play with :)
Stop by and share some love when you get a moment :)

All Natural Katie said...

Eliza K - thanks for stopping by! I love pine cones even more since I can get them for free right outside :)

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