Spring has got to be my favourite time of year.
The weather is starting to get a bit warmer. The flowers and trees are starting to blossom and the evenings are getting lighter. I’m lucky enough to live in the beautiful English countryside. Every spring we take long walks with the kids to see the new lambs in the fields.
My daughter’s school celebrate spring and Easter with cake sales, Easter fair’s and their annual Easter bonnet parade where all the children create their own bonnets and win prizes for the best designs. This year, the lovely people at Asda sent us some of their Easter craft sets to create Chloe’s bonnet. They have a huge collection including bunnies, chicks, butterflies and lots more.
Chloe was very excited when she saw all the bits we had to create her bonnet this year and we quickly got to work with her design. We used PVA glue to stick on the decorations and we tied the ribbons through the holes in the bonnet to go under her chin. We then used the tissue paper to create daffodils.
Chloe was very proud of her design and she can’t wait to show it off at school next week!
I highly recommend checking out Asda’s full range of Easter crafts in store and online HERE.