Paint pen or oil based sharpie,allow them to dry for at least 24 hours. Once 24 hours has passed place them in a cold oven (this is important! you want them to heat up with the oven). Turn the oven to 400 degrees and set a timer for 40 minutes. After the 40 minutes is up, turn the oven off and leave the cups to cool with the oven. Once they’re cool they’re ready to use!
DIY Sharpie Ceramic Mugs and Cups - Who Needs A Cape?
Dimplicity - Crafty Blog: DIY Seat Belt Pillow Items Needed: 2 - 26" x 6" pieces of fabric Batting 6 - 9" pieces of ribbon She used cotton polka dots on one side and minky on the other but you could use all fleece or just cotton....whatever you have on hand.
@Angel Kittiyachavalit Seidenberg Great idea for wasted space on the back of the closet door. Again, these are probably some kind of spice racks. DIY Closet for Baby - Love the extra storage on the back of the closet door.
The Avid Appetite - The Avid Appetite - DIY Closet for Baby
I'm Hooked On Daddy - Father's day craft for kids. Since I'm already doing other handprint crafts with my class, I'm thinking of tracing their hands on construction paper and then having them glue on tissue paper pieces ala this Father's Day fish craft: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/280912095477793348/