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    Finger Painting - First put a word/message in tape on the canvas, then let your child finger paint over it. Finally, remove tape.

    So cute! Put tape on some canvas and let your kid fingerpaint! Remove the tape and you have a great art for their room!

    Idea for Mother's Day project at preschool.

    Putting this in my back pocket: Tips for When Children are Throwing Up. And some good tips for adults!

    Place tape on your canvas, then paint away. Once you have finished remove the tape to see fantastic pieces of art.

    how to make your own baby or doggy gate- great and cheap idea! Plus you can make it fit any size you need.

    First Year Canvas... great idea! This particular canvas is 20″x20″. The center photo is 9″x9″ and the smaller squares are 2″x2″ each. @ Heart-2-HomeHeart-2-Home

    Dinosaur tails. Super cute.

    Flower footprint craft. Festive and adorable. (And who doesn't love getting a little messy in the name of art?)

    Beer bottle mustache. That would make a funny groomsman picture

    art work coffee table book

    Love this! Take a pic of your child with something starting with each letter in alphabet, then make a book on Shutterfly.

    grandparents gift?

    Mess Free Finger Painting! Put it in a Ziploc bag, tape it down. No mess activity, and no risk of her eating paint :)

    Remove stickers from canvas to reveal your child's work of art. Excuse our mess, we're making memories. I like this idea better than the one where you just make it pristine.

    200 ways to bless your child with a happy childhood...the little things count. So simple, yet so important. Every parent (including me!) needs to read this every once in a while!

    Activities for Children Under Two

    Spray paint a measuring tape and use it to keep track of kids heights at different ages. This is brilliant!

    20 Question to ask your child every year on his/her birthday. Great keepsake.

    Add your own colorful style to this ready made canvas satchel with the color markers included.

    6 Tips for Raising Grateful Children: Beyond "please" and "thank you". How do you encourage gratefulness in your family?