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Posts tagged ‘Kids craft’

Onesie Wall Decor

Yes, I’m one of those people. Unless it’s stained, has holes in it, or I just didn’t like it, I have pretty much every piece of baby clothing that my boys ever wore in overstuffed bins under every bed in our house. Despite my initial horror (and, funny enough, my husband’s too) of taking scissors to a gorgeous onesie, I figured sentimental pieces are best suited to hanging on a wall vs. sitting in a bin under the bed.  So this is what I came up with.

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Paper Jack-o’-lanterns | Halloween Craft

My family is obsessed with Halloween. We spend the month of September thinking of all the ways we are going to decorate, come October 1. These paper jack-o-lanterns are a fun and easy way to decorate and keep the kids busy for an hour or so!

By: Dana Caldwell Read more

Vintage Teacup Bird Feeder with Bird Suet

The never-ending winter might be hard on us, but it is even harder on our feathered friends. Let’s spoil them with some home-made Bird Suet poured in an old flower covered teacup that screams “don’t worry it’s almost spring”! This is a super easy and fun craft to do with your child and teaches them the wonderful lessons of giving a helping hand to the other creatures we share this planet with.

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Littlest Pet Shop | Birthday Invitations

My daughter has, over the past year, eased herself out of princesses and into horses, Littlest Pet Shop and Lego. This year’s birthday theme was to be Littlest Pet Shop. Having looked at what was available to purchase, the DIY’er in me decided I could do better. Starting with the invitations, I brainstormed what these could be and settled on dog bone-shaped cookies.

Submitted by: Janet Read more