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Super cute girls room! Good tip...print out the font you want and place wax paper over it. Trace letters with puffy paint, let dry, then use mod podge to secure letters to canvas, etc. Brilliant. - Casual Crafter

Holy smokes. This may be the best crafting tip of the month. print out the font you want and place wax paper over it. Trace letters with puffy paint, let dry, then use mod podge to secure letters to canvas, etc. Brilliant. - Casual Crafter

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This is so cute! Simple Variation on Pigtails

Thanksgiving Banner - add a leaf every day in November

elf on the shelf

High Tops

overall tutu

100 Clean Family Movies ~ Perfect for Family Movie Night!

DIY hoola hoop fort. Could be a reading tent, or a secret hideaway, or a sleeping nook

67 Books Every Parent Should Read to Their Kids Before Age 10. Fabulous list.

Do this with firsts (baseball gloves, ballet shoes, etc.) Love it!

'When I count my blessings I count you Twice" Stainless Steel Bracelet...for my Kars

The BEST, NEW Elementary & Middle Grade (& YA) Books for Fall 2012

Princess Inspired Aprons

1 Peter 3:3-4. Every girl should read this. Perfect to frame for a little girl's bedroom.

This could work for middle school too, right? Mommy & Me First Day of School/Kindergarten Bracelet with printable Poem -- cute idea before school starts.

do this with first dance recital costumes and first baseball uniform. You could do this much cuter with a shadow box

Website with all of the Lego directions! Yay!

If only more people took time to do this for their children!!! "What I love is that each morning, Charlotte and Amelia rush to their envelopes to see what we've written. The notes are sometimes a simple observation of a charitable act or a quick drawing to make them laugh. I love that Charles and I force ourselves to take a minute each evening to think about why we love our children. It's my version of Oprah's gratitude journal.

Make one for each child and then add hanging folders that say "Pre-K through 12th grade" save things that come home during each school year (report cards, drawings, certificates, good grades, etc.) Love this idea

pink, bows, uggs ♥

no joke. this is EXACTLY how i envision a little girl's room if i ever have a daughter. i've had my eye on that ikea canopy for a while. ADORABLE!