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!
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 to see how many words they can spell using the letters in their name, and the younger ones could simply enjoy stacking and playing with the colorful blocks! Go to Chasing Cheerios for the how-to!
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 of the gifts and to download the template!
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)