Yes, it’s me a-g-a-i-n! I meant what I said, I want to make your life easier and to use whatever I have to help. With Easter as the theme, I’ve rounded up 6 ideas to make: for the baker, the nature lover, the crafter, the recycler, the seamstress and paper creator.
I asked how I can help you and I’m working on meeting your responses and wishes. If I can’t become a health care worker over night, I hope that I can, at the very least, give adults a hand with kids creativity and a little lift in your day. (and welcome kids who find me on your own!) You are the reason I share on willowday. I am truly passionate about lifting creativity in the everyday and sparking imagination in children.
If I know I’ve helped another parent, a caregiver, a friend, a teacher, foster-parents — any one at all — have an easier and better day with the children in their lives to share a moment of connection and creativity with a child, my day is better, too.
Are you one of these or all?
1. The baker
2 The nature lover
3. The crafter
4. The Thrifty, Recyling Crafter
5. The seamstress
6. The office supply maker
Nature | Make Pussywillow Bunnies
Baker | DRAW your OWN CHOCOLATE BUNNIES or with FLOWERS:
Paper Craft | Bunny Pop Up Cards
Recycle | Make Bunnies with Champagne Corks
Crafty | Make Bunny Toppers for Pencils + more
Sew | Sew a BUNNY BASKET | HERE
In our house, I’ve been doing a lot of natural dying, sewing and illustration work. I’m not sure what I’ll be able to document but, I will probably show snippets in my Instagram. (HERE) .
I share a lot there that I’m not always able to share with you here; including morning walks, often along the water in my neighbourhood with hope to help many of you who are quarantined a little escape.
If you are wishing for more willowday ideas and moments, I would love to meet you there in my (almost) daily posts and in my IG stories. However, if my own mom doesn’t really follow along in Instagram, I can hardly expect all of you to, either. I get that. If you want to reach me regarding a piece of art, a project you’ve made with a willowday tutorial or anything willowday, please write me at willowtweet (at) gmail (dot) com or in a comment on Instagram.
PS; DON’T MISS MY LAST POST: Can you guess what we’ve used to dye these eggs | HERE?
- Crafts for kids: Have you download the first gift: 12 fun things to make FOR SLOW DAYS AT HOME? | here
- Drawing: Start with a swan | here (note: I’m working on best format for you to draw with me or formats. If you have a preference or if you do one of these, please don’t be shy to let me know! )