Articles posted by: george loves toast

Watermelon Shark!

Watermelon Shark!

The humble watermelon. I offered to bring a fruit plate to a Christmas celebration this week. I’m not sure if this is what the hosts were expecting, but I decided we’d give our fruit plate a twist and create a watermelon shark sculpture! I’d seen something similar on blogs before and wanted to see how … Read more

PIY School holiday planner

27 Jun, 2013

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PIY School holiday planner

School holidays will be knocking at a lot of doors this afternoon. My children aren’t school age yet, but I still need to plan out my week with a toddler and baby, to spread the activities out taking into account their tastes and ages. To help you plan your school holidays, I’ve created this planner template for … Read more

PIY Owl colouring-in-sheet

19 Jun, 2013

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PIY Owl colouring-in-sheet

Who doesn’t love owls? This little fella is one of our latest illustrations that we have on the go at the moment. We thought he was too cute not to share, so we have created this Print-It-Yourself Owl. Happy colouring in! Here’s how you go about it: Step 1: Download the PDF here Step 2: … Read more

PIY Bunting banner

PIY Bunting banner

Whilst we were eagerly awaited the arrival of Vanessa’s new baby, we created some printable buntings in boy and girl colours, for you to use at home. Here’s how you go about it: Step 1: Download the PDF here Step 2: Print it out on A4 paper Step 3: Cut out out the tringles Step … Read more

Mother’s Day gift wrap set

7 May, 2013

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Mother’s Day gift wrap set

As you may have noticed, there’s a pretty big day coming up for all the Mums (and let’s not forget the Grandmums) out there! Yes, some say it’s commercialism at it’s best, but we at george loves toast know that things can always be given a creative, handmade twist, so I thought today we’d help … Read more

Digging for bones

2 May, 2013

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Digging for bones

The Australian Museum, in Sydney, is a wonderful place for young dino-lovers to learn and explore that amazing time, when dinosaurs once roamed the Earth. It’s an instant jaw dropping experience for little and big kids alike. There is a great play-and-discover area for toddlers, as well as the replica dinosaurs, and bones on display. … Read more

Let’s get creative in Sydney!

25 Apr, 2013

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Let’s get creative in Sydney!

When my Son was about 12 months old, I decided that I would dedicate one day a month to take him on a creative/cultural outing. Once a month doesn’t sound like much, but as you know, time flies with little ones, and before you know it, you’re planning your next outing! Sydney is positively brimming … Read more