Happy Back to School! Kids in our area are starting back at school, and others are following close behind. Each year, kids fill out “About Me” paperwork, create fun back-to-school signs for their first and last days of school. We
A sweet friend at church has been battling cancer. I had this gut feeling that he enjoyed coloring, and it’s a great way to relieve stress, so I decided to make some encouraging flower and Bible verse coloring pages. I
Growing up, I remember my grandpa had two adorable basset hounds, Bart and Tipsy. Perhaps it’s because of them, but I just love basset hounds, so I decided they would be focus of my dog coloring page for adults.
Kids never run out of energy. They are always learning and exploring and getting into things. We parents, on the other hand, often need time to rest and recover or just get things done around the house without constant interruptions.
As a child of the 90’s, I’ll always have a special love for shrink paper. Growing up, I would always create neat designs to shrink into keychains and color them in. Never, however, have I seen shrink paper that would
The boys recently had Crazy Hair Day for AWANA. It was so much fun (pictures below) that we decided to add an art project to go with it. This Crazy Hair Day Art Project for Kids is entirely kid-made and
I’m not always a cat person, but when I am, it’s all about those kittens. I mean, seriously. Who can resist an adorable little kitten, all squishy and soft?! This month’s cat coloring page for adults was something I struggled
Everyone knows the moon is made of cheese, right? Well, maybe it’s not really made of cheese, but it sure is fun to imagine and that was the inspiration for this “The Hungry Moon” printable placemat for kids, perfect for