Previous pinner said: Made this last weekend. Used a twin sheet ( that I found for 2.24 clearance) folded long ways. Sewed 5 sections to the size of pillowcases and slipped the pillows in. I left each pillow compartment end open so the pillows can be removed and we can wash the cover. Kids love it on the family room floor!
Previous pinner said: Used a twin sheet ( that I found for $2.24 clearance) folded long ways. Sewed 5 sections to the size of pillowcases and slipped the pillows in. I left each 'pillow compartment' end open so the pillows can be removed and we can wash the cover. Kids love it on the family room floor! I am SO making these!.
Great idea | Scan children's artwork, adjust size, print, and then frame a miniature collection
10. Best idea ever. This momma saved her son\s artwork, photographed it, turned it black and white, increased the size, and traced it onto a plain white duvet cover.
Make these super cute, super easy Seatbelt Pillows before your summer road trip. No more neck strained car seat sleeping!
I just recently learned that Sherwin-Williams has RGB values of each of their paint colors listed on their web site. Sooooo...how about creating a poor girl's color chart by punching out shapes from the paint samples and mounting on canvas as pictured. Go one step further by artfully writing the SW# and color values underneath each shape. Decorative AND informative.
Letter crayons: Melted crayons poured into silicone alphabet trays. Would make awesome party favors for each child!!!
How to make a mini bow and arrows set. GENIUS. I will annoy so many people with this!
Remember....4 cups flour, 1 cup salt, 1 1/2 cups water Knead for 15 minutes roll out 1/4 inch thick Bake at 300 for 40-45 minutes Make sure to poke hole for hanging before baking!
Instead of saving all your kids art work in piles or boxes, scan them and make a coffee table book. This will be something they will treasure for decades to come.
How to grow your child a living den or playhouse from willow or other plants. awesomeness
Great Kool-Aid Playdough Recipe from The 36th Avenue! Looks so bright and fun, can't wait to make this with my little man!