A sandpit is a great way to get children to play outside on warm summer days, allowing them to dig, sift and build. Encouraging the kids to play and interact with sand can unleash a world of imagination, while keeping them amused for hours - it’s also very easy to build and can be done in an afternoon. With some sleepers, sand and basic tools from Wickes, plus this helpful step-by-step guide, you can create a fun back garden space for your little ones. Now all you need is a bucket and spade!
Jasmine double exposure! Almost done editing some paintings (Disney ones too) right now, once I'm done will put them up on society6 as prints and on RedBubble, where you can buy mugs, notebooks, stickers with my art on it! Yay - Next is PeterPan, but it won't be a double exposure..! #princessjasmine #aladdin #disney
Cardboard fort I created for my sons 1st birthday party. It was a full on success. The kids played in it and cried when they had to leave. I only paid for the duct tape. All the boxes I got from Lowes free. And my son and I enjoyed pitting it together together. :). Happy building