Bottle Cap Stamps

Here’s a fun and easy way to add custom stamps to your child’s art supplies! Go check out Mel’s Own Place for a tutorial on making these stamps using bottle caps!

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DIY Wooden Name Blocks

I love this set of personalized name blocks from Melissa at Chasing Cheerios!. These would make a great gift for any child, especially those just learning to spell their name. What a fun way to practice putting the letters in the right order! Older kids could take it a step further by rearranging the letters [...]

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Birthday Counting Cards

I’m loving this idea that Chez Beeper Bebe came up with for her 6 year-old’s birthday. Each card has a number and with it comes a gift in that number (e.g. 4 quarters for the number “4”). What a great way to make birthday gift-giving even more fun! Click here to read about the rest [...]

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Toddler Name Game

My two-year-old has been obsessed with learning how to spell her name for a while now. But, with 9 letters in all, she has quite a task in front of her. I think this fun game from Instructables user otterhop.com might be just what we need to help make it stick. Check it out here.

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Monogrammed Napkins

I know many people have fond memories of napkin notes slipped into their lunches by a loving Mom or Dad. Magpie Musing shows that you can still create special lunch-time memories without going through tons of paper napkins every day. Click here for the details of her monogrammed napkins.  (via parent hacks)

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Personalized Felt Cuffs

5 Orange Potatoes shares a great way to let your kids wear their artwork! Click over to see how she made these awesome felt bracelets and adorned them with images that her daughters created.

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Name Slate

You can find a ton of fabulous ideas for young writers at The Write Start, including how to make a name slate for your child to practice writing his or her name! Check it out here!

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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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Flickr Inspiration > Make a Tooth Fairy Pillow

1. Feathered Friend Toothie Pillow, 2. Tooth Fairy pillow, 3. tooth fairy pillow, 4. tooth officer, 5. tooth beary backside, 6. tooth pillow, 7. Tooth Fairy Pillow- open pocket, 8. tooth fairy pillow for diego – front, 9. tooth fairy pillow, 10. Blue Tooth Fairy Pillow, 11. Tooth Buddy Tooth Pillows, 12. Custom Ordered ToothFairy [...]

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Crayon Initial Plaques

I really like these personalized display pieces (as seen on Tip Junkie). Here they’re used for teacher gifts, but I think they’d be equally at home in a child’s bedroom or playroom. Link (Thanks Julie!)

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