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Cute Ideas!


Cute Ideas!

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So creative ♥

May the force be with you valentine for boys using a glow stick.

pegged message

Plushy Pokémon

I would probably wreck if I saw this. @Kristin Miller

If Dr. Seuss wrote Star Wars.

THIS IS AMAZING

Backyard sign of places you've traveled to. Slowly build as you go places. I really want to do this! Very cool idea!

Backyard sign of places you've traveled to. Slowly build as you go places. I really want to do this! Very cool idea!

Baby shower party favor. Reveal "He" or "She!"

"The Best of Times"--clocks stopped at the times on which your children were born. Love this

groom's "cake" :)

Bahaha! This is the kind of bachelorette game I am OK with. [Everyone attending should bring a pair of (BRAND NEW) panties that ‘represents’ them or would somehow remind the bride of them. For example, someone who loves cats can bring a Hello, Kitty! thong. Then, you lay out all the panties and the bride must guess which panties belong to each guest. If she’s wrong, she has to take a drink. If she’s right, the guest drinks. The bride gets to keep all the underwear as a souvenir. ]

Another cool idea... guest book with the pictures from the photo booth and notes from the guests.

PVC piping - awesome idea! would look better with paint or scrapbook paper modge podged

Apple art

Case for iPhone with built-in storage space for money/credit cards/ID...clever

wedding party photo.

wedding party photo.

I kind of love this- Personalize thrift store glasses. Spell out a name w/ stickers. Tape off top and bottom. Dab acrylic paint lightly over the stickers and untaped area. Apply 2 coats. Unpeel and you're done!

Matching flowers and heels ♥

Built in dog house under the stairs!

Use hair spray and glitter to make tooth fairy money. Such a good idea! One day I will do this for my kids

"Stay in bed until you see the sun!" Parents set the clock to display a cheerful smiley sun at progressively later times of morning, training the child to get up only once they “see the sun”.