Creative Book Coverings

My kids aren’t quite covering their school books yet, but these great ideas can be used for school books, notebooks, journals, and more! Chalkboard paint covered notebook from Warm Hot Chocolate: Felt book cover with pocket: Fabric book cover from 33stitches: Cheeky printable book cover from The Words on Paper. Paper book cover with pocket [...]

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DIY I Spy Book

Brassy Apple made this I Spy Book as part of her self-hosted “creativity for the car” summer craft challenge. It’s such a simple idea, but one that the kids will love!  You can see how she made it, plus check out what others have made for the car, right here!

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Quiet Book Inspiration

Quiet books are a great way to keep the kids entertained when you need a few minutes of, well, quiet! I can think of several occasions when one of these books would have come in handy! Here are just a few of the pages found at Naptime Journal Creations. Click here to see more of [...]

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Personalized First Word Book

I LOVE Party Perfect’s version of a child’s first word book. The simple photography paired with the Scrabble tile words is just perfect! She had her book printed and bound, but a more affordable option could be to have your photos printed at a photo lab (or on a home photo printer) and use a [...]

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Ink Blot Shirts

These shirts look like so much fun to make! Make them for your kids, or with your kids…either way they’re sure to be a hit! This Vintage Chica has the details.

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How To Make A Blank Book

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Playful Learning used a twig to add a natural element to the blank books she made. Such a lovely book just waiting for little hands to add their own personalities to it. Click here for the tutorial!

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popsicle stick game for the little ones

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Ramblings of a Crazy Woman shows how she made this perfectly simple activity using popsicle sticks and a binder. Great for letters, shapes, and whatever else a child’s imagination can come up with! Plus, having the supplies in the binder makes for a handy-dandy take-along activity.

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little golden books on display

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Kristena’s eye for pretty can be seen in everything she touches, including this reuse of Little Golden Books. I’m planning on borrowing this idea for my girls’ room and I already have the pictures picked out! For older kids, who might be a smidge pickier about what gets hung on their walls, consider using the [...]

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