Apparently we are now living inside a grade 1 classroom!

December 9, 2009 at 9:11 pm 6 comments

We have been quite busy each day creating wonderful works of art. Possibly a few too many as my husband has declared we are now living inside a grade 1 classroom. However what is Christmas without a few beautiful works of art made by your own children?

We have made snowmen pancakes (a bit healthier than bickies), star and hand wreaths, stockings, plum puddings, snowmen, Christmas trees (painted, stickered and rolled) reindeers with hand and foot prints, stars, snowflakes and 6 rainbow reindeers. With another 2 weeks until Christmas I’m sure we will be needing a rest from the craft box come January.

Tomorrow afternoon we have invited our friends with kids over to make some wonderful things to decorate their homes with too. I can’t wait. It should be fun seeing lots of little kids creating Christmas treasures together.

The photos below show most of the creations, if you want some directions just let me know but most are pretty straight forward.

Entering the Playroom under snowflakes and stars

Our Feature Wall - Christmas Time!

The Window

Pumpkin and Sultana Snowmen Pancakes

Stars on Paper Plate Wreath

Traced Hands on Christmas Paper Wreath

Rainbow Reindeers

Hands and Footprint Reindeer

Painted Christmas Tree

Stickered Folded Christmas Tree

Painted Twirled Paper Plate Christmas Trees

Paper Plate Cotton Wool Pompom Snowmen

Christmas Puddings

Snow flakes and Stars

Stocking Full of Toys

Next post I will put up the family room.  It is very pretty. 

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  • 1. Bianca  |  December 9, 2009 at 10:50 pm

    You are amazing Nicole. What a wonderfully dedicated mother you are!!! All I have done is given Kylah a styrofoam ball, sequins and pins and watched her painstakingly cover the ball in sequins (it took her about 4 hours), plus a few Christmas colouring ins. You are making me feel like a bad mum!!!! You have inspired me to try a bit harder!!! Out with the regular curriculum, in with the Christmas craft!!!

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  • 2. Rizoleey  |  December 10, 2009 at 6:21 am

    Sequins balls are beautiful Bianca and colourins are fun. I will be putting more ideas up soon.

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  • 3. Jillian  |  December 10, 2009 at 2:06 pm

    Wow Nicole. It all looks amazing! You have a wonderful looking playroom. Enjoy this time because once they are at school it is harder to fit in these fun Christmas activities.

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  • 4. Rizoleey  |  December 10, 2009 at 7:43 pm

    Thanks Jillian. I love doing these things with my kids. We spend hours in the playroom and outside so my husband and I decided to give up the big holidays for a couple of years and spend our holiday money on setting up the house for the kids. Im so glad we did, a week or two on the coast or a year of playing fun. It was a pretty easy decision.

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  • 5. Kelly Burstow  |  December 14, 2009 at 10:32 pm

    So cute! I think having your house surrounded with children’s artwork is very special.

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  • 6. Paula  |  December 17, 2009 at 5:05 pm

    I’ve popped over from SquiggleMum’s blog and my house is turning into a Prep classroom! I love the craft and artwork at your house. Great stuff!

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Nicole Carr


Rizoleey = Riley + Zoe
I loved writing a diary for both of my children during their first year, I also made them a wonderful scrapbook of photos. Since my son turned 1 I needed a new avenue to express my creativity - Blogging combines my love of scrapbooking, kids activities, photography and writing.
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