Keeping my baby safe is the most important thing I can do. I never realized that even clothing can be harmful to a baby’s skin. With Cutie Bees, I never have to worry about the safety or cuteness of my baby. Cutie Bees is a company dedicated to creating safe, eco-friendly, beautiful, and affordable organic baby clothing. They use only 100% GOTS certified organic cotton. I love this since many of the regular cotton made clothes can cause redness, itchiness, or rashes on baby skin. They can also contain harmful chemicals which are associated with dermatitis, asthma, and cancer. With Cutie Bees, their clothes are always free of harmful chemicals.
Besides being organic, Cutie Bees clothes are absolutely adorable! I had the opportunity to review their Pink Lemonade Organic Bodysuit and Pants set. When I first opened it my mouthed dropped in awe of how adorable it was! The bright yellow complimented the bright pink perfectly. The pink stripe across the tummy with the pink bow was a perfect addiction to the bodysuit. The neck was stetchy enough to easily slip over even larger heads. The matching stretchy pants had cute little yellow ruffles around the bottoms of the legs, making it a perfect match to the bodysuit. The only thing I wish it had was some matching yellow ruffles on the butt. I loved how soft the outfit was; it almost felt like silk. This is a very high quality baby outfit. I was very impressed.
Cutie Bees offers clothes for boys, girls, and even neutral items. They have everything from pants and dresses to jumpsuits and onesies. They even have giftsets already made up that would be perfect for any baby shower. I would highly recommend Cutie Bees. Not only are their clothes adorable, organic, soft, and machine washable, they are very affordable. Check out their website, you won’t be disappointed!
In honor of Earth Day, Cutie Bees is currently running a sale. With the code EARTH22, shoppers receive 22% off and free shipping (valid through May 15).
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Ta-da….Goat Milk Soap curing for 4 weeks. We are going to melt it down again and put it in molds tomorrow to sell at two events this weekend!
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CraftProjectIdeas.com is dedicated to kids’ arts and crafts projects for preschool children through tweens. The website offers step-by-step instructions to inspire kids with arts and crafts. The products shown on the site are all available in the Kids’ Crafts aisle at popular retailers. CraftProjectIdeas.com has a “How To” section featuring basic techniques, a featured material for each month, rainy day projects, seasonal projects, and even a teacher’s corner. There’s also a “Products” section, which shows an array of different materials and craft kits, a “Videos” section showing clear concise directions and what the end project should look like, and a “Store Locator” where you can find a store that carries the products. My favorite feature of the site is the Project Finder search engine. Just choose the age, season, theme, and materials and it will find a project you can make!
I received a wonderful selection of products from them including the following:
- Glow in the Dark Alphabet Beads
- Metallic Pony Beads
- Large Bling Acrylic Jewels
- Shimmer Poms
- Neon Glitter Shakers
- Craft Buttons
- Multi-Size Suction Cups
- Mini Wooden Clothespins
- Skinny Sticks
I decided to help my toddler make some Valentines for his grandparents with some of the supplies. I had some red and purple foam sheets on hand so we used those as our base. I also had pink foam stickers that he enjoyed sticking on. To add some more sparkle he stuck on a few Large Bling Acrylic Jewels. They were super easy to remove from the sheet, and they stuck on easily to the foam. Then I had him pick out the letters to his name, “R, O, C, K, Y” from the Glow in the Dark Alphabet Beads and we glued them on each valentine. The beads were nice and flat and glued on easily. Finally we used the Neon Glitter Shakers to finish the valentines. I wished the glitter would have come out a little better than it did. You had to hold it at a certain angle for enough to shake out. Overall, we had a blast making them and the grandparents LOVED them!
We also decided to make some picture frames for some birthdays that are coming up. I had my son color the Skinny Sticks with markers and then we glued them into triangles and squares. Then we glued Craft Buttons onto each corner. I loved how flat the buttons were; it made them very easy to glue on. To finish off the triangle picture frame we glued on Shimmer Poms to the Craft Buttons. These took a little effort to stay glued on, but with enough glue they finally stuck. All we need to do is add a picture to the back, and they will be perfect!
All of the products I received were of excellent quality. The colors are so vibrant and the pieces are very child friendly to use. My favorite part? Most of the bags are resealable so you when you are all done with a project you can seal the bag without losing any extra pieces! I am so excited to make even more projects with my son. He loves doing arts and crafts and doing projects teaches him so many skills. The sky is the limit with all of the inspiration from CraftProjectIdeas.com!
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If you are looking for ideas for Valentine’s Day crafts for kids, Pinterest had tons of ideas. Just search “Kid’s Valentine’s Day Crafts” or “Valentine’s Day Crafts for Kids” and you will glean more than you’ll ever know what to do with!
Here are some of my personal favorites:
1. Paper is something we have plenty of and our children would love to make pretty things as shown below.
2. I love butterflies and so do my children. This craft looks super easy and I love the heart-shaped wings!
3. This heart shaped figure sure is cute.
4. Homemade Valentine’s Day cards. I love how they used the hands of a child to make this homemade card.
5. Chocolate Play Dough. My son has been asking to make homemade play dough and I have been avoiding it because you know what happens when the play dough is taken out. It gets embedded into everything from hands, nails and hair to the carpeting. Ugh. But maybe I could surprise him with this chocolate play dough.
It’s hard just to stop at five. There were so many to choose from. I chose ones that are easy and we had the materials for as it saves on an extra trip to the store.
What are your favorite Valentine’s Day crafts for kids? Leave a link to it in your comment.
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