indoor catch

up in my neck of the woods, winter means a lot of time spent indoors. like 6 months of time spent indoors. I find myself searching for clever ways to beat the winter blues and cabin fever with my babes, so I am happy to be adding this to my list of rainy day activities. Easy enough my three-year old can help me make it. Tuck away anything remotely fragile and we’ll be ready to go.

I saw similar gloves at the local big box store  for 2-for-a-$1 this week, but I’m betting I’ve got a few old mismatched gloves in my winter gear bin that would work perfectly (recycling!).  I do know for certain that there are some plastic golf balls in our garage (practice balls that have, ahem, never been used), so all I need is some adhesive velcro.  Easy enough, right? This might even be something to entertain the younger set Thanksgiving weekend at Grandma’s house.

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Kimberly day, making a home where the buffalo roam. By night, pretty much the same thing, punctuated by the occasional fantasies of sunny beaches, italian movies and sparkling lemonade.


  1. jen :

    what a cute idea — the ones that are in the stores always fall apart on us so this will be fun to try – just saw these little gloves at the dollar store yesterday so i'll have to make a trip back there — great stocking stuffer idea too. thanks!

  2. Petit Elefant :

    That is a really fabulous idea for a homemade gift! This would be really hot with the elementary school set, gift giving to each other. BRILLIANT.

  3. Leane :

    Wonderful idea! Thanks.


    *Best wishes*