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Moving into a new house is a stressful experience at the best of times, add kids into the mix and it is a whole different ball game. There are a number of things you need to consider in order to get your new home safe and ready for the little ones. Here are some quick tips to make your house a safe haven:

 

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If you’re a homeowner looking to reinvent your living space but don’t think you have the resources to get it done, you’ll be pleased to know that you’re wrong. Interior revivals are the easiest thing in the world - and offer a universe of possibilities in the unlikeliest places. So whether you’re moving house and wondering how to save on new furniture and accessories, or you’ve got a home begging for an interior shake-up, upcycling is the way forward.

Moving house can be a very expensive and time consuming process. Here are some crafty ways to announce to your friends and family that you have moved house.

 

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1. Show them exactly where you have moved to with a map themed card

Please feel free to make use of our newly designed 'Moving checklist' this covers all the little things the stress of moving may have pushed to the bottom of your brain. Click the image below to download the pdf or find it on the bottom of our homepage.

 

To go along with our Printable packing labels we thought that it might be a good idea to design some custom colour coded room by room packing tape, after all you will need these boxes to close.

Preparing to move into a new home can be a very stressful and chaotic period of your life. Packing up your belongings is a very time consuming and tiresome process, which is why we have created these handy labels to stick on your packing boxes. They will hopefully make the unpacking process a bit easier for you as they have been colour coded by room and you are able to add the contents of the boxes on it too!

Explaining the decision to move house to your children can be a challenging task. These days, though, you’re nearly as likely to be justifying your choice to your 25 year old as to your toddler.

Moving is often a stressful time for everyone involved, and when you’re moving with children you’ll have to consider that it can be a lonely time as well. It can be difficult for a child to feel at home in a new environment without the familiar faces of their friends around and breaking into new social groups and relationships can be an intimidating prospect.

Before the move it is a good idea for both you and your children to pack 'survival bags'. Ask your children to decide which three items they would take on a desert island and pack these in a bag. This is not only a fun way to involve your child in the packing process but also provides a sense of security as depending on their age they will choose their favourite things. Make sure your children have toys, which can be easily accessed to keep them entertained.

entertaining kids during removals

Not everyone can afford a babysitter to watch the kids whilst moving house, so why not try some of these tips to keep the kids happy and busy during a very hectic period:

Before the big day:

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