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Fun DIY Hot Dog Holders For Kids

Mon, Aug 11, 2014 | DIY Projects

If you are planning to make hot dogs for your fun kids’ party, or just spoil your kids with this tasty food, have a look at these funny hot dog holders. To make them you’ll need 8.5 x 11 cardstock, Weiner Dog Tray Printable, a craft knife or scissors, a glue stick. Download and print the Weiner Dog Tray Printable. Cut out and assemble each piece (head,...Continue Reading...

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Versatile And Comfy Stokke Steps Baby Chairs

Tue, Apr 22, 2014 | Furniture sets

Functional and visually appealing, the new Stokke Steps modular children’s seating system takes care of your baby’s comfort starting from birth. Technology meets art in this system that promises to keep your baby comfortable and secure throughout childhood. With this in mind, Norwegian baby brand Stokke invited Permafrost to design their newest system...Continue Reading...

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Beautiful Morning-Inspired Gender-Neutral Nursery

Fri, Jan 31, 2014 | Kids room

This beautiful nursery is cool, bright and gender-neutral because the parents who had designed it decided to keep the gender a surprise. They had only a very small space to work with but wanted to create a calming environment that would transition well for either gender. The chosen theme was “Oh what a beautiful morning” – a song that the...Continue Reading...

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REK Bookcase Junior That Grows With Your Kid

Fri, Dec 6, 2013 | Furniture sets

I like things that are growing together with the kids because they reflect the growth and accentuate that they are getting bigger and older. This REK Bookcase Junior is one of these – it was designed to grow with your little tot! The 5 part system utilizes a unique S-shape design that makes it easy to shift without disassembly. The bookcase is made of...Continue Reading...

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Classy Timeless Nursery Design For A Boy

Thu, Nov 14, 2013 | Kids room

This peaceful nursery was designed for little Luke, and it’s classy, elegant and timeless. There are soft blue/grey walls and natural wood tones to make it look soft; the carved floral details on the crib, book case, and changing table remind of something vintage, and so does the vintage radio flyer car in front of the crib and the rocking horse. The...Continue Reading...

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DIY Donut Balloons For Kids Parties

Sat, Oct 26, 2013 | DIY Projects

To make your kids’ party funnier a nice idea is to use balloons for décor. They will excite the little guests! But if you decorate them, the balloons will make the kids even more fascinated! How can you do that? Just take donut balloons filled with helium, acrylic craft paint, a foam brush, crepe paper cut into small rectangles, double-stick tape. To...Continue Reading...

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17 Amazing DIY Leg Warmers For Babies And Toddlers For Fall And Winter

Sat, Sep 7, 2013 | Clothing, DIY Projects |

Besides the fact that legwarmers are very comfortable and just necessary during the cold season, they look so cute! And if you have an older kid, she or he would like to look cool and trendy – so make a pair for your little one! The easiest idea is to make legwarmers of socks that you like just cutting and sewing the rims. You can also make ones using an...Continue Reading...

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DIY Sleeping And Super Hero Masks To Make With Your Kids

Thu, Aug 22, 2013 | DIY Projects

A sleeping mask is a very important thing for everyone who likes or needs sleeping during the day – it’s a good accessory to relax and fall asleep. Let’s make cool masks together with your kids – there are variants for a boy and a girl. You’ll need felt, embellishments, thread and needle. Cut out the mask shape from felt, let your daughter thread...Continue Reading...

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Easy DIY Soft Elephant Toy

Thu, Aug 8, 2013 | DIY Projects, Toys

Making toys for your kids is easy! Really, you needn’t much skill to sew such a simple toy as this stuffed elephant. You’ll need some fabric (you may use an old sweater), thread and needle, colorful buttons, substance for stuffing and polystyrene beads for ears. Draw an elephant shape, don’t forget the ears – better make them mismatching. Outline...Continue Reading...

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DIY Soft Kawaii Yeti Monster

Wed, Aug 7, 2013 | DIY Projects

Japanese cartoons are very popular and all that kawaii monsters look so cute! But you needn’t spend much money on a toy, you can just sew your own one. The supplies are a yeti pattern, 31 cm (1/3 yard) of white fleece, 11 cm (1/8 yard) of yellow fleece, 1 sheet brown felt, 1 sheet turquoise or light blue felt, 1 sheet fuchsia felt ,a sewing machine,...Continue Reading...

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