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November 28, 2020

About Paging Fun Mums

Jenni (left) & Louise (right) from Paging Fun MumsHello! Thanks for visiting us! We are Louise & Jenni!

You know those mothers who spend way too much time on their kids Easter bonnet? The ones who keep a ‘rainy day’ stash of glue sticks and pipe cleaners right next to the egg cartons they hoard like nobody’s business? Well, that’s us!

We are two craft-loving, play dough-making mums who want our kids to look back on their childhood years and say “wow, we had fun!” Plus, we are addicted to craft. There’s also that.

In 2013, we launched our blog, Paging Fun Mums. And, what began as a way for us to document the craft activities we do with our children, has evolved into a fun, dynamic space for mothers and parents alike.

Today, Paging Fun Mums has a strong (and growing) audience, subscription base and social media fan base. More than just a large following, we’ve created a community of mothers who have joined (shared, liked and pinned) us on our crafty adventures. After all, kids learn through play and what better way to learn than with super fun craft activities, right?

We aim for our kids to look back on their childhood and think “man we had fun!” So channel your inner crafter, photographer, cook, artist, decorator and designer and join us on the journey to being the funnest Mummy you can be!

Any questions or ideas? Please contact us.

Our PO address is:
PO BOX 5673 Maroochydore BC QLD 4558

Have a Fun Day!

66 thoughts on “About Paging Fun Mums

  1. Louise and Jenni, I just love this!! I live in Sequoia National Forest in California and have the same mission for my daughter: to look back and say “I HAD FUN!!” It is wonderful that you have each other so close. I live in such a remote part of the mountains that there aren’t really other people to live close to. I would love to have a best friend right across the dirt-4-wheelin’-forest-service road that I live on 🙂
    I would love for you to check out my blog of homeschooling kid’s projects if you have the time or interest. Take good care!
    Cheers, Karen

    1. Hi Karen, thank you for your comments! It sounds like you live in a beautiful part of the world! It also sounds like you are a super Fun Mum! We’ll pop over to check out your blog! Thanks again
      Jen & Lou

    1. Hi Nicole,

      Sorry! We are updating our website at the moment & in the process of having that button working. If you go to our home page and scroll down past our ‘popular posts’ you will notice a ‘Follow Blog via Email’ section. Pop your email address in there & we will send you all of our crafts, activities, recipes & more! When we set up our Newsletter (over the coming weeks) you can pop back and subscribe to that too : ) Welcome aboard! Jenni & Louise x x

  2. I saw your playdough recipe &decided to make it, very soft, was wondering if you need to keep it in the fridge like the other playdough, thanks:)

  3. You are inspirational! Your kids are very lucky to have mothers as yourselves! Please keep passing on your wonderful ideas. Thank you. 🙂

    1. Hi Crystal, could you please share the link to the pin? We have a few different pins out there so we can’t find the one that is wrong? Thank you so much.
      Louise x


  5. So glad I found your site! I’m always looking for simple fun stuff to make with my kids and at our homeschool group! I think we’ll be trying the Cloud dough and bouncy balls soon! Thanks for the inspiration! Blessings, Elizabeth

  6. I love your site! It’s very interesting , I just can’t wait to try the foam paint and cloud dough with my kids. Thank you, Tamara

  7. Hi!
    I just want to thank you for taking the time to post the recipes and for taking the time to find the perfect one!
    I am a 12 year old, and i love looking on your page for fun crafts to do with my friends!
    Thanks so much,
    Juliann 🙂

    1. Hi Jiliann,

      We are so pleased you enjoy the ideas and recipes we share! Thank you so much for taking the time to say thank you!!
      Louise xx

  8. Love your ideas. I used to be a fun mom who made lots of playdough, craft projects and science fair projects with my kids. Now I’m a fun grandmother who can’t wait for my grandson to get old enough to play with. (He’s only 3 weeks old now.) I’ll be watching for new ideas.

  9. You have such wonderful and simply adorable projects. Could you please add me to your friend list because I want to get all your ideas so I can do them with my grandchildren for keepsakes.

  10. Hi ladies!!
    Love your website.
    I want to make the frozen errupting snow for a party,how far in advance can i make it.
    thank you

    1. Hi Jenny, thanks so much for saying 🙂 You could make the erupting snow (without the vinegar being added) weeks in advance! Happy partying! Jenni x

  11. The Frozen craft collection is super cute, can’t wait to try some of these w/my daughter.. I just followed you on Pinterest and I’m sure will find tons more to do!! Great job ladies!!

  12. Louise and Jenny,

    The team here at HomeroomMom.com is always looking for unique classroom party craft, recipe and decoration ideas for our room parent readers. I am currently working on a Winter Classroom Party Ideas round up and would love to feature your Frozen Snow idea in the article (http://pagingfunmums.com/2014/07/01/how-to-make-homemade-snow/). We’d feature a 1-2 sentence summary, along with your image, and a link over to your full post on your site. We’ll of course reference you as the source.

    If you could let me know by Friday November 21st if you’d like be included in our ideas round up, that would be great. In the meantime, you can visit us at http://www.homeroommom.com, http://www.pinterest.com/homeroommomcom, and http://www.facebook.com/homeroommom.

    Thanks so much!


    Kerri Beauchesne
    Homeroom Mom Editorial Team
    100 Stonewall Blvd. Suite 3 Wrentham, MA 02093
    p: 800-644-3561 x 213
    e: [email protected]

  13. Need help!!! I’m trying to prep “TWO ingredient clay” for a kids Christmas party. My Q: How many kids’ hands (ages 0-5+) can be created with one bag of cornflour???

      1. Hi Daisy, we are so sorry if we haven’t replied to something, but we can’t seem to see anything? Did you leave a comment on our blog, send an email, comment on Facebook etc? Please let us know so we can get back to you as soon as possible. Jenni x

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  15. I am a school nurse in Illinois. I would like to know if I can use items from your website to put in our school newsletter. One I would like to share is the health snack ideas.

  16. Wow love your site. I work at a special school and our therapists are going to go mad for this! So much awesome sensory fun. thank you!!

  17. Hi Louise and Jenni! I’m a freelancer for the website sheknows.com, and I’m writing a piece on amazing science projects for kids. I’d like to feature your leak-proof bag idea and your aqua sand idea, complete with one picture of each and credits/links back to your blog. Please let me know if you’re not OK with this!

  18. Good evening ladies,
    I wanted to share with you my book as it would make a good end of year present for a teacher and I thought that you and your followers may be interested…
    Funny and touching poetry based on the joys of teaching


    Also available on Amazon.com etc

    Please take a look.
    Many thanks
    Leonie Roberts

  19. Hi Ladies. I run a Junior engineering group and we celebrate all things STEAM (science, tech, engineering, art, maths) i am so pleased i found your page! some wonderful ideas and lots of creative goodness! keep up the great work, and i will be sure to follow you. Regards Jade and the E-Struct Junior Engineers 🙂

  20. Just read the New Idea mag whilst getting my hair done and your holiday trip to Singapore, I would love to read more about it as our family are going there later this year. Cheers

    1. Hi Nicole, how exciting! You will love it! I have written a detailed blog about our fantastic trip which will be going live by the end of the week. That will give you plenty of more information! Jen x

  21. Hello,

    I was wondering if you have any sponsored posts options available on pagingfunmums.com

    If yes, can you please get back to me with the prices and the details for the same.

    Do let me know


  22. Hi Jenni and Louise!!
    I tried your homemade play dough recipe for my boys and we loved it!! I have a link to your recipe for others to find and enjoy, too. Love your site and great ideas!!!

  23. Hi Ladies!!! I am currently 16 with my 3rd child on the way, due to me being pregnant I haven’t been able to spoil my kids as much as usual. Your craft ideas have really inspired me to create fun for my little ones. Carlos and Luigi have been the easter bonnets and the egg carton catipillars. It has really bonded us between work and me finishing highschool.

    Loving regards,

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