Velcro picture labels for the bins in the toy room

Clothespins glued on frames and painted to match to easily display and change out kids artwork. Make a set for work too!

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Take an old (or new $15 from WalMart) bookshelf, put wainscoating on the back, and add a piece of molding...paint it the color you prefer and you have a new, updated bookshelf.

Cute and simple idea for names. You could do all three names (First,middle,and last) and it not look overbearing on the wall! Or a cool idea for last name only for the living room

kid's bookshelf

READ: decoupage story book letters onto cardboard letters for reading nook

Oh my word - brilliant! Embroidery Hoops and pillowcases...cute storage idea (Legos, blocks, matchbox cars...)

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Buy plastic rain gutters from Home Depot and you have a reading corner; absolutley LOVE for the #home

Design Dazzle: playrooms

Wooden Crate Bookcase | DIY On the Cheap

cardboard letters at michael's or joann's - stack them and make a cool vertical word or name

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Like the asymmetrical shelving.

The project, which is quite simple, is a fantastic idea that I came across on the adorable blog, Whatever. Essentially, you affix crayons to the top of a canvas, and blast them with a hair dryer. Watch as the colors bleed down the canvas, creating a beautiful, colorful mess! I can imagine this being a great project to hang in a child's room. I might remove the crayons from the top of the canvas once I was done, or perhaps tape off the canvas to create a clean border. Selecting specific color...

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toy room

Toy Room

Color Scheme

the zoo

Robot ABC's Print


Lil' Monster Print

Turtle Print


Bamboo Owl Wall Clock