Thursday, April 26, 2018
Friday, April 20, 2018
The new animated family-friendly feature The Boxcar Children Surprise Island, will be playing in 700 select U.S. movie theaters on May 8 as part of a special after-school event in partnership between Fathom Events, Shout! Kids, and Legacy Classics. The film is based on one of the books from the series by Gertrude Chandler Warner celebrating its 75th Anniversary. Children ages 3 to 13 will enjoy this movie.
Sunday, April 8, 2018
Our children have been part of Toronto Athletic Camps (TAC) over the past three years, and they love returning to TAC summer camp! This is where they learned many of their sports skills, and gained a love for robotics. It is an active camp with caring staff, and an environment focused on building skills in a fun way that children want to be part of! It is the premier sports and educational academy, specializing in self-image and self-confidence building sports programs for ages 3.5 to 16 in Toronto and the GTA.
Tuesday, April 3, 2018
My children spend some of their summer vacation being part of summer camps. This is a great way to be active, build skills, and make fun memories growing up. This summer they are excited to attend STEM camp!
Sunday, March 25, 2018
When purchasing women's clothes, it is always nicer if we can make it according to the way we want! We can get this want fulfilled by purchasing custom clothes online at eShakti from the comfort of our home. There is an array of beautifully designed dresses, pants, skirts, and blouses we can choose from on their site.
Saturday, March 24, 2018
We wanted to a customize and make our own DIY wooden stool with a soft cushion top that can be used as an extra seating, a table, or a footstool. The colours we used are inspired by our love for Moroccan and Bohemian designs and colours. We feel this gives the punch of colour we want to make the interior of our home feel brighter even during the long winter seasons!
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
I have been working on a crazy patchwork surface to use it as the cover for a DIY stool we are working on. For this patchwork surface, I used the Crazy Patchwork method that uses random shapes of cloth attached together. Crazy patchwork is a lot of fun to do, as we do not have to cut each material using a pattern or measurement.
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
I thoroughly enjoyed doing this wall display on an old glass picture frame. Prior to starting the project, I cleaned the glass with rubbing alcohol. Once the surface air dried, I drew a Mandala themed design using a black DecoArt Glass paint marker.