I do lots of thrifty crafting with my kids and I am so excited to share some of our best thrifty craft ideas with you We love to get outside into the fresh air, get a bit mucky and create. We love to use natural and free materials and adore the idea of recycling rather than adding to landfill. L
et me show you 5 projects we have completed using just totally natural materials
Gorgeous stick projects
Making herb planter markers
We also adore making rainbow salads from the fresh lettuce we pick from our garden
Keeping kids busy and entertained really does not need to cost very much at all and it is wonderful for them to have an unplugged childhood, use their imagination and get outside. long live thrifty creativity!
As always, we’d love you to join in with us by sharing what frugal and thrifty things you’ve been up to this week – whether it’s an Instagram picture (#5frugalthings), a blog post or even a video. Just add your link to the linky at the bottom of this post.
You don’t have to share five things you’ve done, anything thrifty or frugal that you’ve been doing is perfect.
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