For all the pictures you have and no frames to put them in. So neat!

DIY Wall Picture Collage :: For all the pictures you have and no frames to put them in :: white foam board :: arrange pics in rows :: cover with mod podge

Fill a glove w/beans, pearled barley, etc, give a few pats with it and slip quietly away.  Why didn't I think of this when my kids were babies?!

Fill a glove with beans, pearled barley, rice, etc. Give a few pats and slip quietly away. This was a LIFESAVER when my daughter was an infant. I would nuke mine in the microwave to make it warm and helped soothe her too.

paint an old frame, take out the glass, and glue on a brightly painted letter

Brightly painted frames, cardboard letters and loud scrapbook paper. (or, wooden frames, cardboard letters and muted scrapbook paper, which is what I was actually planning to do on the nursery wall once the baby comes and I know initials!

Stick leaves around a balloon and pop!

DIY: Leaf art: Stick overlapping leaves over a round balloon. Let glue dry. Burst the balloon and you're left with a thing of delicate beauty. Fun to do and to display!

DIY Coasters for Him. Great idea for a basement or game room?

Make your own coasters- tiles, adhere picture/paper to tile with Mod Podge and let dry; Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry; attach felt pads to the bottom. Doesn't have to be beer coaster either!

dyed onesies....smart, since you can NEVER find plain colored ones. Great way to cover up stains on white ones!!!

SO true--I can never find plain colored onesies!smart, since you can NEVER find plain colored ones!

LOVE this doily wreath!  Beautiful for winter.  You could color them for a spring wreath too!

Paper-Doily Wreath

DIY - a string of LED twinkle lights and doilies on a wire wreath form creates a snowflake wreath.

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