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  • Amy Snodgrass

    So cute!!! We'll have to try these with Yummy Earth suckers, naturally. :)

Buy a couple of roller shades from the store, decorate them, install under the kitchen table, and now the kids have a fort during the day :) When company comes over, just roll the shades up and no one will know the difference.

Mother & Child Mini Interview. Would be cute to do every year on your child's birthday. Put it in a binder with a letter to your dear one each year. Give them the binder when they are all grown up. This is soo sweet!

road tape! every little boy I know would love this. stocking stuffers?

Root-Vue Garden Kit. Kids will get an underground view of vegetables as they grow from seed to harvest.

Super Mario Bros. themed coin block lamp, with punchable on-off switch!

One Pinner says, "I took their photos, cut them out and glue onto white paper. Then photo copy onto transparency paper (Kinkos for less than a buck!), then cut out image and roll it up so that it can fit into the top of a soap bottle. Make sure you have clear soap or sanitizer." Oh my goodness...this is so funny!

Cute Things Your Kids Say Memory Jar - write down all the cute/funny things your little one says and save them in a jar (you could label the jars by years). Gift to them when they're older. I LOVE THIS IDEA!!

Put the child's graduation year on a large t-shirt. Take a picture each year with same shirt to watch the kid grow into the shirt.

Top Ten Things Kids Really Want Their Parents To Do With Them - compiled and assessed over 16 yrs. The results are surprisingly achievable!

I have to remember to do this. File folders for K-12 to hold memorable school items and showcase that years school photo.

She said, "My son is in preschool and the adorable art work is pouring in. I know he isn't going to want all these old papers when he is older so I am taking a picture of everything, keeping my very favorites to display at holidays or in a scrapbook and everything else just has to go. I found this amazing idea for displaying his artwork using the photos I have taken."