Family Craft Time
This post is sponsored by Quaker Canada, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.
We’ve had some not so nice weather for the past couple of weeks. It’s been snowing and pouring rain, so we have been opting for fun indoor activities. We were so glad to have this incredible box of crafts and Quaker Chewy Mermaid Confetti Chip bars delivered on our doorstep on a day that it was pouring rain outside.
The kiddos helped unpack the box and we got started with exploring all the items inside. My little guy opted to decorate the awesome little treasure chest while my little girl opted for the headband making activity.
My kiddos both started working on their special creations. They used paint, glitter, pearl stickers, little gems, seashells, and mermaid tape. They worked forever putting the special items onto the headbands and treasure chest.
The kiddos had so much fun using their imaginations to create their special art pieces. My little girl put all sorts of gems and seashells on her headband. She worked tirelessly placing each gem in a special spot. Meanwhile, my little guy went to town painting the whole treasure chest. Once he filled the treasure chest, he went on to put little seashells and gems all over.
Our little fun art project would not be complete without these yummy, Quaker Chewy Mermaid Confetti Granola Bars as they created their little art pieces. The Quaker Chewy Mermaid Confetti Granola Bars are packed with multi-coloured chocolatey confetti ships and drizzled with blue glaze. And the best part: the granola bars are wholesome - packed with 9 grams of whole grain oats per bar, with no artificial flavours or colours, and made with 100% Canadian oats.
We highly recommend these delicious bars for an easy, on-the-go snack or a great option for lunch boxes. Not only are the bars delicious, but they are also so pretty! As my little girl says, “Oh so beautiful”!
What are some of your favourite snacks for the kiddos? If you try out these delicious bars, I’d love to hear your thoughts.
Thank you so much to Quaker Canada for sponsoring this post.