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Clip frame to display kids' art: No more pushpin holes in my walls!

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

playhouse in Norway- the interior is beyond adorable

Ladybug/Bumblebee Tic Tac Toe

tire seats! Make em less teeny boppy and they'd be great for a man cave or garage or around a fire!

The MOST beautiful little playhouse EVER!! Click the pic to see inside. Can't wait to build something like this for my little princess!

Spray paint a cheap frame, take out the glass and replace it with scrapbook paper, hot glue a clip and change the picture whenever you want! Great idea for my office!!

so much cooler than a tire swing and it won't collect water! these are so much fun for all ages!

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How to Make a Homemade Birdseed Wreath for the birds This is a wonderful craft to get the little ones involved with to treat our special feathered friends as the weather gets colder. They are made simply by combining gelatin and pre-mixed birdseed and are completely safe for the birds to snack on as food become scarce this time of year.

Melting Snowman Cookies - I'm SO making these for my kids, I can already hear the giggles

DIY children's grocery store--such a fun idea for a basement or playroom

road plates + IKEA Lack = Lego play table

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homemade backyard toys | 22: Pony Tire Swing

I Made My Own (buy rope at Home Depot and use hot glue---easy & cheap) #DIY

I like these cup hooks - cute way to display mugs and take advantage of the unused space while opening more space in the cabinets

Old entertainment center, doors removed and painted, install rod and voila, a child's wardrobe

coffee tables turned art desks for kids

Lego table! Great idea! These old step tables are in all the thrift stores for practically nothing!

Rock experiment -- layers of soil activity marshmallows = bedrock Cheerios = subsoil (crumbled near the top) chocolate rice crispies for top soil mini-M for humus with gummy worms

In this yummy activity about soil (page 9 of PDF), learners will create layers of soil using food. They will learn about the composition and role of each layer. Though this was created as a post-visit activity for a workshop about erosion, it also makes an excellent stand-alone activity! The best part of this activity? Learners get to eat it when they're done!

15 hairstyles for busy toddlers...or maybe girls with short fine hair