Learn How to Make Super Fun Air Dry Clay for Your Kids
Summertime is awesome because it makes my job as a mom easier. My kids keep themselves entertained running around outside (I just need to be ready with the mop to clean up in the mudroom).
diy : handprint keychain
I’m such a sucker for little kid handprints—unless they’re on my windows. But, let’s face it, those Plaster-of-Paris prints become dusty fossils in a drawer somewhere and I have y…
DIY: Una estantería con tapas de cajas empapeladas | DecoPeques
Nos encanta reciclar y nos encantan las cosas minis. En nuestro estudio tenemos una estantería hecha con cajas de vino con la trasera empapelada y cada vez que nos visita alguien, nos pregunta donde las compramos! Por supuesto son hand made total! Esto por un lado. Y por otro, os cuento que nunca sabíamos que hacer con las […]
Edible Marshmallow Play Dough
This marshmallow play dough has to be the EASIEST play dough recipe I've ever made. And the best part is that it's completely safe to eat! It tastes sweet, but it doesn't taste amazing or anything, so the kids (probably) won't gobble it all up on you - or at least mine didn't. They can squish it, roll it and stretch it, and have a little bit of fun taste testing it while they play! It kind of tastes like fondant icing. (I couldn't help myself from having a bit of a taste test too!) Now that…
Kids Squeeze Ball
DIY Kids Squeeze Ball - Stress ball, squishy ball whatever you'd like to call it. This toy keeps kids busy for hours and they are simple to make!
DIY: Sidewalk Chalk "Pops" - Project Nursery
Give your budding graffiti artist the finest gear this spring with these DIY Sidewalk Chalk Pops. Your toddler will doodle for days with these homemade craft supplies. Have your kiddo take note that while these chalk pops may look like delicious lollipops, they’re made for sketching, not snacking.