B-Inspired Mama {Guest Post} Delightful December and Tasteful Tuesday Party

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 Hello! And welcome to another amazing guest post in my Delightful December series and Tasteful Tuesday party! I am so glad you decided to stop by and take a look around. Before you link up to the party make sure to look at this adorable kids craft from B-Inspired Mama!
ALSO… Wednesday the SmileBooks giveaway opens!!! Three Prizes (worth over $500!!!) are up for  grabs so come back and check it out then!

Hey, Naptime Mamas! I’m stopping over today from B-Inspired Mama to share a super simple kids’ Christmas craft with you all. With a little prep during “naptime,” this kids ornament is simple enough for even toddlers and preschoolers. Kids Simple Snowflake Ornament Craft from B-InspiredMama.com at Naptime CreationsWhen I saw these clear glass Christmas ornaments over at Happy Hooligans, I knew that they would be perfect for my daughter’s preschool class. But her school, like many others, doesn’t celebrate Christmas. So I adjusted it a bit to make it a Snowflake Ornament perfect to hang in a window through the entire winter season. Here’s what I did…

Simple Snowflake Kids Ornament

Supplies:

Kids Snowflake Ornament Preschool Project from B-InspiredMama.com at Naptime Creations Prep (for an entire Preschool class):

  1. Tie a silver ribbon onto the silver hanger of each ornament.
  2. Remove silver hangers from ornaments and set aside.
  3. Write children’s names and the year on each ornament with the paint pen.
  4. Stamp snowflakes on white paper and punch out with circle punch.
  5. Prepare a plastic baggie for each child filled with a handful of sequins, pom poms, pipe cleaner pieces, snowflake circles, etc.

Steps (for the kids):

  1. Give each child their plastic ornament and a baggie of “goodies.”
  2. Have the children drop and push the little decorations into their ornaments.
  3. Put a silver hanger with ribbon onto each ornament. DONE! (Easy-peasy, right?!)

Kids Snowflake Ornament Craft from B-InspiredMama.com at Naptime Creations Since I am on the design team for PSA Essentials, I used their Fancy Flakes stamps to make some snowflakes to go inside. You can learn more about PSA Essentials Peel & Stick Stamps by following PSA Essentials on Facebook. And I’d love for you to visit met at B-Inspired Mama for more simple kids crafts and creative parenting ideas. Now go make up some snowflake ornament kits for your kids’ preschool class and you’ll be mom of the year. Or just have your little ones make some to decorate your home; you’re always their mom of the year!

And now for some of the amazing things YOU all are making, baking and creating these days.
Maple Nut Chocolate Candies {mom on timeout}
Gluten Free Mini Apple Pies {poor and gluten free}
Spinach Salad with Cranberry Vinaigrette {the spinach spot}
Sesame Asparagus Quiche {half baked harvest}
Festive Hors D’oeuvers {the chirping moms}
 I had SUCH a hard time choosing features this week…. wahaaa you are all amazing!
Poinsettia Pillow {taste of august}
Gingerbread Cookie Gift Tags {the alchemist}
Advent Calendar Star {wesens art}
DIY Crystal Snowflakes {adventures of a DIY mom }
Holiday Ice Lanterns {oh my creative}
Now its time to party my friends!! Can’t wait to see what you are creating during this festive and joyous season!
remember to stop back on Wed. to enter the super awesome photo book giveaway…
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Looking forward to seeing you around the blog…. don’t be a stranger!
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Emily is a stay at home mom to two crazy boys {which she adores} and one amazing husband. She loves to sew, but also dabbles in crafting and recipes. Her faith, friends and family keep her going and motivated. Come along for the ride!

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Comments

  1. Thank you so much for your party!! Have a great week!

  2. Beautiful ornament!
    Thank you for the party.

  3. Thanks for featuring my Sesame Crusted Quiche! So glad you like it and thanks for another great party!

  4. Thanks so much for hosting another wonderful link party! I love the blue and white snowflake ornaments – simple, but so pretty!

  5. Katie Drane says:

    Thanks for hosting, Emily! Looking forward to guest posting on Thursday:)

    Katie
    http://www.funhomethings.com

  6. Susan @ Oh My! Creative says:

    Thanks so much for the feature! I will add you to my list of link parties!

  7. Hi Emily, thanks for the great tutorial and thanks too for the party!!!
    Have a wonderful week!
    Hugs from Portugal,

    Ana Love Craft
    http://www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

  8. The Alchemist says:

    Hi Emily, Thank you so much for featuring my Gingerbread Cookie Tags! I totally appreciate it!

    The snowflake ornaments look like a great project for kids!

    Thanks so much for the party!

    Melissa @ The Alchemist

  9. I am happy to be linking here this week, thanks so much for this wonderful party. Happy Tuesday!{Hugs}
    alderberryhill@nl.rogers.com

  10. Monsterscircus says:

    Very lovely snowflake tutorial, looks so great. Thank you for hosting and have a beautiful day!

  11. Thank you for the party!

  12. Thank you so much for featuring my Maple Nut Chocolate Candies! Have a great week!

  13. Hi Emily, thanks so much for featuring my GF Mini Apple Pies amongst all these other great posts!! This week I’ve shared a recipe for super quick caramel corn, and a DIY for making felt gift bags. Thanks for hosting :)

  14. Joan Hayes says:

    Love the ornaments, so easy and gorgeous! Thanks for hosting, hope you’re having a great week.

  15. Jovana {TasteofAugust} says:

    Thanks so much for featuring my poinsettia pillows! And as always, thanks for hosting another great party!

  16. thanks for hosting! i love this time of year:)

  17. Lorraine @ Cookin For the Seven Dwarfs says:

    Thanks for hosting!

  18. Wesens-Art says:

    Thanks for featuring my Advent Calendar Star and thanks for hosting!
    Hugs from Germany!

  19. Just letting you know that I added this snowflake ornament tutorial to my Snowflake Unit Study: http://www.zujava.com/snowflake-study . Thanks for the idea!

  20. CJ @ Morsels of Life says:

    Thanks for hosting! The snowflake ornament looks like fun, and the asparagus sesame quiche def looks like some tasty eats. :)

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