Make going back to school a little more fun with these great pencil toppers! Pipe cleaner alien toppers from Craft Jr.: Canvas pencil toppers from Momtastic Felt pencil toppers from The Long Thread: Felt woodland pencil toppers from Whimsy Love: Felt babushka doll pencil toppers from One Crafty Mumma Craft foam pencil toppers from Whimsy […]
Seriously, does it get any better? I have an ongoing list of baking recipes that Iâ€™ve been making with my girls. Iâ€™m not sure if weâ€™ll be making these, but they look so yummy I had to share. Go see Gotta Little Space for the recipe!
The Wonder Years shares many Montessori-inspired activities that can be made at home. This lacing board is simple to make and is perfect to help your preschooler practice his lacing skills. Click here to learn how to make one AND how to introduce the activity to your child!
Peixinhos No Sotao shares a simple play mat idea for playing cars. She offers a basic template, so you can keep it simple or jazz it up as you wish! See it here!
Hereâ€™s a fun and easy way to add custom stamps to your childâ€™s art supplies! Go check out Melâ€™s Own Place for a tutorial on making these stamps using bottle caps!
Love this toy dump truck made from recyclables! See Origami Mommy for the details!
I love making skirts for my girls and now I have another to add to my list! Treasures for Tots made this adorable skirt for her little girl and has put together a great tutorial for those interested in making one. Hop on over here to check it out!
This super-fun homemade toy from Julie K in Taiwan is a fabulous way to let your little ones practice screwing the tops on and off of bottles without losing the caps. Perfect for car rides! Check it out here!
One Inch World has discovered that juice tops are sturdy enough to make excellent custom sewing cards for your little crafters! Click here for more!
Â These rag quilt letters from Happy Together are so bright and colorfulâ€¦I think any child would be instantly attracted to them! Click here for the tut!