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!
I am LOVING this tutorial from Craftstylish. Learning to make a quilt has been on my list for quite some time but I find all of the cutting involved to be quite intimidating. This seems like the perfect first quilt for someone, or a great quick quilt for those last minute baby showers. Go check […]
Oh, for the love of all things sweet and colorful…these cakes look absolutely dreamy with their vivid blobs of color and fresh-out-of-the-oven-warmth! Can you feel it? Omnomicon shares her recipe along with instructions on making this beauty.
Have you ever met a more likable-looking robot? Check out Revoluzzza and read about the steps she took to make this adorable guy.Â Then make a bunch in all different shapes and sizes and have a tea party!
Spring will be here before you know it and those sidewalks will be begging for some attention. Follow Se7ens instructions on how to make sidewalk chalk and get those kiddies outside! (via One Pretty Thing)
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Plus, check out Sew Liberated’s free apron pattern. With a bit of stretch around the neck and a Velcro closure, this has got to be the most kid-friendly apron out there!
Love this super clever idea from Super Healthy Kids. She took the old masking-tape-line-balance-beam to a whole new level by making an entire playground from blue painter’s tape. Complete with balance beam, hopscotch, and long jump, the activity area is can quickly be put out of site by covering with an area rug. Awesome! (thanks, […]
These Montessori-inspired dressing frames are crazy expensive to buy outright (example). Julie at Havin’ Fun Yet shows us how she made her own using thrifted frames and a few tools.
I’ve been seeing a TON of memory/matching games popping up all over the blogosphere. The great thing about these games is how customizable they are. I grabbed the ones from my bookmarks and searched for a few more to bring you these: Bottle caps memory game fromÂ Crafty Beats Juice cap memory game from Row […]