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    Photo frame painted with ribbon and hooks. Easy to make for headband and hair clip storage/display

    Watermelon Serving Tray

    Baby shoe

    best playdough recipe This is the play dough recipe I used when my kids were little!

    How To: Surreal DIY Cloud Backdrop (supposedly for weddings but probably awesome in my house) home decoration for kids room

    more owl food fun. like this pb and fruit one

    How absolutely cute! 3 little black buttons and a few stitches with black embroidery thread and you've got an ant to dress up a summer dress. Make a line of ants!

    Clothespin Fairies {ultimate guide to clothespin crafts and ideas!} with a link up! from Wildflower Ramblings

    pics taped on would be cute since hanging is not an option in a rental home. Only hang high enough the wee babs can't rip them down ;P

    15 3D Butterfly Wall Art, Assorted Multi-color Butterflies, Pink, Red, Paper, Cardstock. $25.00, via Etsy.

    These vintage-style alphabet cards are not only printable, they're FREE! Print out the entire alphabet for a baby shower banner, or just the name of the impending arrival!

    I made a teepee for my sons' room inspired by Land of Nod. Find out how here with detailed instructions and a pattern to make it yourself!

    How to make a little somethin’ somethin’ with buttons… | Changing My Marbles

    How to Make your own Letter Wall using pre-purchased letters, scrapbook paper & Mod Podge, tutorial, from The Love Nerds.

    Let's make... a pompom wreath | Kiddicare Blog

    Let’s make… spooky Halloween spiders | Kiddicare Blog

    Let's make... spooky Halloween bunting | Kiddicare Blog

    Take inspiration from the colours of nature’s palette and make the most of the outdoors while you still can. Take an egg carton and paint the bottom of each segment with different colours of paint. Challenge your little one to find items in your garden, a park or nature trail near you.

    Let’s make… cress heads. We love this for an easy indoor growing project. Kids learn the essentials of watering plants and are rewarded with speedy growing cress heads. And a yummy filling for an egg sandwich. Check out how on the Kiddicare Blog

    Got a spare couple of hours and some pretty lace? Great. Let’s do it!