Childrens drawings were made into toys

How to draw....

Kids did this in Kindergarten...they LOVED it! Draw on sandpaper with crayon, turn upside down, iron onto T-shirt. how proud will kids be to wear their original art designs! i-can-do-it-all-by-myself

This website allows you to send in drawings that your children created and they make a stuffed animals out of it. What a fantastic idea!

surprise kids when they wake up on their birthday

kids drawings are made into toys! this would be fun to make from the drawings of the kids (or from my drawing book with riley).

Totally cute idea to do something with all those small sentimental toys that the kids (okay or you) don't want to get rid of but are never played with anymore. This way they still have them and the toys are hanging on the wall - out of the way. :)

Stencil letters onto a thrift store painting.

Such a fun idea- plantable felt garden box

Jen took her son's drawings, blew them up in Photoshop, printed them in larger sizes, TRACED THEM ONTO FABRIC, and turned them into a duvet for his bed. GENIUS! (Read this on the Young House Love blog.) I don't know a single kid who wouldn't ADORE this.

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Sneak in your child's bedroom during the night before their birthday and release balloons for them to wake up to!

straw weaving- the kids would love this.

This creative entrepreneur brings your child's drawings to life by creating one-of-a-kind softie keepsakes. This would be a cherished keepsake for a lifetime. But how to pick just one drawing! :)

Pretend make-up from nail polish, so she can't actually put it on her face. makes a fun pretend toy! I have so many old shadows and polishes!

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DIY: Baby car seat blanket

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