Lovely Lighting for your Little One’s Lair

The importance of lighting when decorating your children’s bedrooms and playrooms is often forgotten, after the

wall colour, duvet cover, sheets, curtians and art is chosen, lighting is often left to a plain lamp or lamp cover in

order to be un obtrusive to the rest of the rooms look.


But there are some great pieces that will not only add to your kids rooms visually, but also add to its already unique


Pink Pigeon Wall Light £59.00

Pink Pigeon Wall Light £59.00

Bramble Toadstool Nightlight £45.00

Bramble Toadstool Nightlight £45.00

KICO Fiore Children’s Purple Pendant Light, £41.40

KICO Fiore Children’s Purple Pendant Light, £41.40

Rocket Ceiling Light, £50.00

Rocket Ceiling Light, £50.00

Autumn Wreath Project



Now that Halloween has passed and the decorations have been put away, the exterior of the house is

probably looking a little bare.


So before you grab the Christmas lights and put them up too early, why not try this autumn wreath project

with the kids!


It is quick, simple and  easy enough for kids of all ages, plus, it  looks great!



What You Will Need:

  • Fall coloured artificial leaves (or real ones)
  • Paper Plate (or two to increase base strength)
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Ribbon or Fabric
  • Paint/ Glitter Glue
  • Markers and Crayons
  • Tissue Paper
  • Construction Paper


What to Do:

1. Cut the centre out of a paper plate to make a wreath shape.

2. Punch a hole in one side and thread a piece of string or ribbon through it and tie it to make the loop to hang.

3. Paint and decorate the artificial leaves and cut out shapes of your choice from the tissue paper and construction paper

4. Glue the leaves and other shapes to your wreath base until it is covered completely.

5. Tie a piece of ribbon into a bow and glue it onto your wreath.

Monday Melt


This is a quick and tasty meal idea that the kids can get involved with by grating the cheese, helping mix the tuna

or placing the tuna on the bread. Serve with soup or salad.


What You Will Need:

1 can tuna

1/3 cup chopped celery

1/4 cup low fat mayonnaise


Grated Cheese



What To Do:

  1. Preheat broiler.
  2. Combine tuna, celery, and mayonnaise
  3. Season with salt and pepper.
  4. Lightly toast the bread
  5. Place tuna mixture on open face pieces of bread and top with tomato and  cheese
  6. Place in the broiler until the cheese is melted

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