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Magnetic Paint and magnets on the cars...such a cool idea for a boy

Upstairs for adults. Downstairs for the kiddos. Such great use of usually wasted space! Brilliant

Outdoor Chalkboard: Get a 4 x 8 plywood sheet and mix a chalkboard-colored outdoor paint with unsanded tile grout: 1. Pour 1 cup of paint into a container. Add 2 tablespoons of unsanded tile grout. Mix with a paint stirrer, carefully breaking up clumps. 2. Apply paint with a roller or a sponge paintbrush to a primed or painted surface. Work in small sections, going over the same spot several times to ensure full, even coverage. Let dry. 3. Smooth area with 150-grit sandpaper, and wipe off

Next winter, if your area is below 32°, go outside and blow "ice bubbles" The kids will never forget it!! That is something I have never tired. On my list for winter.

Such a great gift idea! Make 50 copies of a paper doll on cardstock, save up scraps of fabric, and include scissors and glue sticks! This will be an excellent stocking stuffer.

3-D coloring! Everything drawn on the checkered area will look 3-D when you wear the glasses. So awesome! I want this for me, but I'll probably hold off until the kids are old enough not to scribble on all 50 pages in less than ten minutes.

Meet iGuy - the freestanding foam case for the new iPad, iPad 2 and iPad original. Every bit as protective as he is a blast to use, iGuy is the perfect iPad accessory for kids and grownups alike. He's lightweight, easy to hold, and he can stand on his own two feet, even while holding up your iPad. He may look like he’s all about fun, but his soft, squishy body disguises tough EVA foam protection. iGuy will help you feel more secure as you hand your iPad over to your baby or small child!

Sharpie tie-dying: I have never tie-dyed anything in my life, but coloring on a shirt with markers and then dripping rubbing alcohol on it to spread the colors looks so fun!

Play cabinet from a tv stand!

previous pinner wrote: 1 1/4 cups dirt 1 1/4 cups flour 3/4 cups of salt 1/2 cup if sand mix dry ingredients start adding water slowly until it holds form, form around critters of your choice let dry in the sun and let the kids enjoy discovering whats inside.

Expand An Image - Start Off a Child's Drawing with a Small Magazine Clipping, and Let Them Finish.