Advertisements December is almost here! That means that Christmas is around the corner too! That’s why today I am sharing here a new “elf on the shelf” printable! So we have started to decorate (we like to start Christmas decorations … Continue reading →
Today I am going to share a reindeer printable! I am so happy I have started to draw again. I use to love drawings and stopped while studying my degree, then a few years ago my sister talked to me about these pencils, an easy way to start some watercolor practice.
I made some regular drawings for the girls crafts but never found a moment to try watercolors. And last month I finally bought the right paper and tried the pencils.
It’s actually not that hard,even if I need to improve my skills,and it’s really satisfying!
After a few tries,that I will be slowly sharing, I tried to recreate a watercolor reindeer, Rudolph style And gave it to my girls to play some #facethefoliage with red maple leaves.
That’s why I am sharing here the reindeer printable, so you can print it at home and maybe your kids will also love to glue some leaves to create the antlers!
That’s a similar activity than the one I shared a few months ago, that you can find here .
You just need to download the template (scroll down),print it and use some leaves to add the antlers. Some kids just like to draw the antlers by themselves. And you can even try watercolor pencils, coloring and then adding some water with a brush,they usually love it!
Advertisements Are you ready for a Halloween table? You already know that we have been crafting with our Halloween templates,but we also had fun with food too Here you’ll find some simple ideas to create a spooky table,they are easy, … Continue reading →
The countdown to Halloween started! So if you need Halloween craft ideas you’ll love today’s free printable!
Download them for free clicking in the link (scroll down) and the fun part is that you can use them for different activities. With these templates we made: muppets, sun catchers, coloring pages,mosaic Halloween characters (using seeds),and also a window decoration using chalk makers
Advertisements Butternut squash is one of my favorites and that recipe is really easy, perfect for when you don’t have much time,and during rainy days too! A few years ago I started to buy more butternut squash, they are so … Continue reading →
Kawasaki disease: after three hospitals, lots of perfusions,one lumbar ponction and different treatments we finally know the reason why our oldest girl was struggling with high fever and low blood pressure the last days. Her condition was getting worse so the doctors finally thought about Kawasaki disease (at first they thought it was meningitis,that’s why the lumbar ponction), started the right treatment (intravenous inmunoglobulin and aspirin) Her condition improved so we could came back home yesterday. She’s slowly recovering from everything and we’ll have different appointments to check her heart again,but I wanted to share these templates (swipe for English/french and Spanish) to share in case that helps someone else. I heard about Kawasaki disease but had no idea how impressive symptoms might be and about this coronary risk,so I guess that raising awareness is never a bad idea
That painting was on one of the rooms we had,when we arrived at the emergency room of Toulouse (by helicopter,no parents allowed ) Thanks to all those who sent DMS to check and thought about us,if you know me a bit you probably know that I don’t usually need insta breaks,here’s my happy place and I really enjoy this space and I will probably start sharing again my usual content because that’s how I reset and think about happy things Some info: “Kawasaki disease (KD), also known as Kawasaki syndrome, is a severe illness characterized by inflammation of blood vessels throughout the body that primarily affects young children and infants. Kawasaki disease is the leading cause of acquired heart disease in children. Although about 80 percent of patients are under five years of age, older children and teenagers can also get KD, but this is uncommon. KD is not contagious.
It is estimated that more than 4,200 children are diagnosed with Kawasaki Disease in the U.S. each year. The cause of KD is unknown, although an agent, like a virus,is suspected.There is no specific test for KD; doctors make a clinical diagnosis based on a collection of symptoms and physical findings” http://www.kdfoundation.org Thanks to all the health professionals that helped us last week