I must say I have kind of really been loving the warmer winter we've been having here.
Don't get me wrong, I love the snow, but it's nice to not have it so harshly cold with my baby only being 6 months old.
There have been a couple of days where we did get some snow and we didn't really want to venture outside, so my son and I got our crafting on.
I pinned this idea last year, but when I clicked on the picture that's all it was. No website, no instructions, nothing.
It looked simple enough to figure out, so we made our own version.
This was really easy to put together.
We started out with an old box we've had since the move, a knife, and something to color/write with.
First, cut off the box flap.
We only cut off the on in the front.
We then roughly drew some lines using a golf ball to measure and make sure the holes were big enough.
Make the holes different sizes to change up the difficulty.
Then cut out all of the holes.
We wanted to jazz up the front a little, so I had my son color around each hole.
I then let my son choose and write down the points.
Here it is all complete :)
Here is my son after taking the first couple of shots.
Don't you love his jammies?
Yeah, we did this sometime in the afternoon. Sometimes we just stay in jammies all day, it's ok, that's allowed in the wintertime :)