One Pinner says, "I took their photos, cut them out and glue onto white paper. Then photo copy onto transparency paper (Kinkos for less than a $1), then cut out image and roll it up so that it can fit into the top of a soap bottle. Make sure you have clear soap or sanitizer." This is so funny!!

DIY Snow globes!

I'm sure you can make this without a kit. Use scrapbook paper or poster paper an choose your colors. Get dad to stamp with one color and baby to stamp over top with white.

Mom like to read? Give her a bookmark for Mother's Day. These are too funny. Tell kids to pose like they're hanging from a rope. Then turn the photo into a bookmark. Cover with contact paper.

When you’re done with a bottle of soap or lotion, transform it into the perfect cell phone holder. You’ll never lose your phone again!

Toilet roll paper dragon

COOLEST THING EVER!!! Cut open glow sticks & pour them into bubble solution. Glow in the dark bubbles. Summer nights here we come!

Make one of these cool hand patterns. | 27 Pointless Projects To Do When You're Bored At Work

Take a profile photo of your child, print them , cut out ,paint black and frame.

Print a letter big on computer, cut out with exacto knife and put pictures behind


How fun is this? DIY Lego Soap Dispensers for the kids bathroom! @Lisa Phillips-Barton Phillips-Barton Phillips-Barton Apollonio - for Elizabeth - cute craft show or teacher gift :)

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DIY foam soap

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Pretty Christmas table

How to perfectly put scrapbook paper on wooden letters

Girl Scout Swap Purses...cut scrap book paper + cut pipe cleaners (into 1/3 for the right size handles + tape...just add a safety pin. you can also add jewel embellishments! very little cost (already had paper & pipe cleaners; only cost was pins and jewel stickers from Michaels).

Glue dollar store frames around a cube vase. Pictures of graduate at different ages, the bride and groom, mom and dad through the years for an anniversary party. The possibilities are endless.