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Posts tagged ‘Kid’s Toys’

Doll blanket and pillow

My daughter has a little doll bed on her wish list.  I’m holding out until her birthday before buying her any new toys. There are so many toys in our life and in our home we don’t need any coming in “just because.” However, that doesn’t mean I can’t sew a few accessories for it in anticipation of the little bed’s arrival – right?

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Barbie Dollhouse

My 8 year old daughter was “dying” for a Barbie house.  She has had two different ones over the years, but they were not great quality and didn’t last long. I decided to make a sturdy wooden Barbie house that we can keep and hopefully pass on to other kids in our family.

By: Dana Read more

DIY Dollhouse

Here’s a rainy day activity that occupied both my toddler and my 6-year-old. There’s painting, taping and, best of all, playing involved! It’s a simple way to make your own plastics-free dollhouse. And all you need is a cardboard box (full disclosure – we used a wine box. Don’t judge).

By: Jodi

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Get Featured on the Motherboards!

Send your project to:
themoms@themotherboards.com

Share Your Talents! Here’s your chance to show the world how crafty you are. If you have a great idea for a craft, are handy with D.I.Y, or throw an amazing party, post your achievement on themotherboards.ca and share your talents with an audience of eager creative types. Impress your friends! Showcase your skills! Build your published portfolio! And become a part of the motherboards community.

Please send your submission to: the moms@themotherboards.ca and include the photos of your project in your email.

What to submit?

Make sure you submit a photo or multiple photos of your project (keep each image under 2 MB please!) and a brief description. And be sure to include a line or two about yourself. We want to give credit where credit is due! All other information is up to you. You can share a complete step-by-step on how you produced your masterpiece or keep it short and sweet and leave it at a snapshot and a description.

We’d love to hear from you, see your creations and share the DIY love on our site.