We’ve just returned from a week-long vacation to Florida, and while the rest of the world is defining big aspirations for the year ahead, I’m setting a goal to crawl out from under a massive pile of laundry before returning to work on Monday.
We are huge fans of the home furniture store, Room and Board. In fact, we recently replaced the light in our kitchen area with a Nelson Bubble Lamp from Room and Board. Last week I found out that they’re hosting a Pinterest room design competition. To enter, you pin a photo of an area in your home that you’d like to update with Room and Board home accessories and then pin items from their collection that you would select to design your new space. The winners receive $1000 gift certificates. Here’s the board I started this week. Wish me luck!
We make lots of collages at our house – mostly out of stickers, paper scraps and magazine cutouts. While creating collages is usually about the process itself – exploring shapes, colors, textures and developing fine motor skills – today’s collage activity gave our glueing and sticking a greater purpose: making placemats.
I started out by cutting tree, butterfly, flower and leave shapes and creating a “starter placemat” with grass and a tree. I let Jason and Jenna select shapes and attach them to their placemat. After the glue dried, I used clear contact paper to cover both sides.