I love this photos, painted wooden boards, mod podge, ribbon. Simple home decor. Love the idea of doing black and white prints of the kids. Tip: with mod podge you can print on plain paper from your printer to save money.
How to modge podge glitter that won't fall ~ liberaly Mod Podge over wood. Pour glitter over. Sit for about 15 minutes and then dip sideways to get rid of excess glitter. Spray Krylon UV-Resistant Clear Acrylic Coating over entire piece.
Could save the "topper" of every birthday cake growing up or favorite "happy meal" toys. Totally cute idea to do something with all those small sentimental kid toys that you don't want to get rid of and then hang it in the playroom :)
Do the road with magnetic paint and add magnets to the cars. Playroom or little boy's room. I think the better idea would be to place this on the floor rather than teaching kids to drive cars on the walls.
How to Paint perfect letters:on Wood! Print out letters and put on the object to be painted. Use a ballpoint pen to trace outline of letters (pressure of the pen creates a slight indent in the wood). Paint inside the indent!
Maybe that strange nook in the basement! When considering storage space in your basement, get creative in your design. This unique storage unit doubles as fun seating for kids, who can climb up to reach the cozy cushions above!
*****put on cardboard castle******* ____OR Light Cave! Just poke holes in the top of a large cardboard box, insert colorful Christmas lights and voila! The cutest nook and play area for your little ones!
truebluemeandyou: DIY Duvet Cover with Custom Artwork. In this case a childs artwork. Love this project using fabric felt tip pens. Tutorial from A Thousand Words here.*Use cheap white sheets to make the duvetcover.