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Put memories/stories that happen throughout the year in the jar and read them on New Years Eve...clever!
So sweet & simple. Just trace out each family member's hand, then stack them for an interesting and original family portrait :) So cute!! This would be cute to as a child grows up too!
Start on January 1st with an empty jar. Throughout the year write the good things that happened to you on little pieces of paper. On December 31st, open the jar and read all the amazing things that happened to you that year.
I am SO in love with this Family Tree Shadow Box~ find a branch, family photos, use paper punch to make gift tags and hang with string or twine.
Post-it reasons you love them, adorbs
First comes love, then comes marriage....This modern, subway art style piece uses important dates in your family. The top 2 dates represent the couples' birthdays, the middle is a wedding date, and the latter dates represent the birthdays of your children. A wonderful addition to any home.
Movie night snack necklaces....let the kids make their own before the movie
A great way to turn your Bar Bat Mitzvah invitation into a keepsake.
Groundhog day pancakes... Use a donut hole for head, Cherrios for ears, use white icing and mini chocolate chips for eyes, mini red M nose.
Cool games that require nothing more than people and your brains! Perfect for any time you are stuck waiting with kids!
So sweet---"A mother kept items from her sons pockets for years and presented the lost treasures as a wedding gift. this is one of the coolest things! So cute for all you moms of boys! I am going to do this. It makes me cry just thinking of presenting these in a few years." @Carley Powell Powell Turkmani...something to keep in mind for 'someday'.....!!! ;) Love this idea! mom ideas, gifts for son, mother of boys, mothers gifts, gifts ideas for son wedding, son pocket, lost treasur, all things boy, mom of boys
A mother kept items from her sons pockets for years and presented the lost treasures as a wedding gift. This is such a neat idea!