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Corin had so much fun with the t-shirt rug, that I have no doubt she will love this. Great Christmas present idea!

Hula hoop DIY - Make a rug from recycled tees or yarn leftovers

@deb rouse schwedhelm rouse schwedhelm rouse schwedhelm Schmidt if you feel like making something for Vann. that he will LOVE within the next year....(I am estimating, as we both know the length of loves of 3 year olds are intangible) He LOVES Shrek!!!

Shrek Baby Beanie

For mothers day I will have the kids make five different flowers one for each finger. and i want them to write something that they love most abotu there mom. and on the back i want as class to help make a poem together specifically for their moms

Mother's Day Crafts for Kids - Page 2 of 2 - Princess Pinky Girl

How FUN FUN FUN is this recycled craft from one of our favourite site Krokotak? Such a clever and fun use of an old plastic bottle and Kindersurprise capsule (I am sure you can find something else to make the…

DIY Plastic Bottle Game - Fun Crafts Kids

Fox scarf knit pattern Free. Mona, is something you think you could make? I have the pattern.

Ravelry: Fox Scarf pattern by Satu Dolk and Ossi Laine

Part of what makes this is the slightly different colour on the back of the fabric. (via Mrs. french *)

Make these cute see through origami ghost boxes - DIY wax paper and folding tutorial with templates

Any color would be neat. This would be easy to make if you had a dummy. Seems like something the girls would put on the wall

@Mimi B. Hanna - I bet you could make something like this! The print they offer for $20 is only 7x10 - I think at least 8.5x11 but even bigger would be nice. I like the all-black design

Oh Deer, Oh My Art Print by Madelyne Joan Templeton | Society6

Dotted Tumblers: This DIY gift is so easy to make, but looks like something you can buy in a store. Photo: Sarah Lipoff

100+ of the Best DIY Gifts Ever

Make your own color blocks for about $3! This is brilliant. Dollar store, here I come!

Recycling becomes hipster upcycling when you used a lightly crushed tin can to plant some spring bulbs in. Make sure to paint the cans a fun, fresh, spring color. ( With recycled paint of course!)

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