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paint a flip-top case from Hobby Lobby, glue on LEGO base, store LEGOs inside...take it on the road! Love this idea!!!

Free Lego Patterns (plus a fun idea for a travel lego box)

Traveling with Legos is a bit difficult, saw a few Lego travel boxes on here but nothing that I thought could work for us... Found these boxes at Joanne's for $5 (with coupon they were $3) Used spray paint, existing Lego large squares, a good plastic/wood glue, scrapbook letters and glue to help letters stay. There you have it two travel Lego boxes with different colors and names to avoid any disputes! They can built it right on their laps!

Swoop (mini) bag & playmat for travelling with Lego. Yes please !!!

While working on a Lego project, use a chips-n-dip platter from dollar store to organize Legos by color, to make moving off the kitchen table easier, and to keep them from getting lost in the rug!

Cool idea for kids toy storage - fabric bags that you can hang on hooks. How many tigers can I fit in each one?

Lego storage- Kerry we need to make this for the kiddos ;) in the den Haley and Hunter and each have a side

DIY Funny Lego Stamps Decor On Your Kid’s Clothes | Kidsomania

While I could never see my daughter sitting still long enough (or keeping her hands off her face) these are totally rockin face painting ideas for kids or even us big kids.

Gluten Free - Dairy Free - No Added Sugar - Healthy Pancake *1 large banana * 2 eggs *2 Tbsp peanut butter (optional) *1/8 tsp baking powder (makes them fluffier; optional) *1 Tbsp chocolate chunks (optional)

6 cups water, 1 cup corn syrup, 2 cups regular strength Joy dish soap - industrial strength, un-poppable.

Gluten Free Vanilla & Toasted Coconut Bars. Toast 2 cups shredded, unsweetened coconut at 350 degrees, stirring every few minutes until golden colored. Set aside. To make the base: Add to the food processor: 1/2 cup melted coconut cream concentrate (from Tropical Traditions), NOTE: coconut butter might also work. 1/2 cup soft pitted medjool dates, 1/4 cup almond butter, 1/4 cup water, 2 teaspoons vanilla extract, 1/4 teaspoon sea salt, 1/8 - 1/4 tsp. vanilla stevia.

A website with tons and tons of packable lunch ideas

Dawn..check this out!! 50 Road Trip Ideas for Kids! Lots of fun things to do to keep them entertained on the long drive. #roadtrip #kids

Orange JELLO slices: just cut your oranges in half, scoop out the fruit, mix up the jello, and pour it into the hollowed halves to set. Once set, slice them up.