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Neutral Safari Chic Nursery Design For A Baby Boy

Sat, Nov 15, 2014 | Kids room

It’s so great to have such talented people like Nicole from Little Liberty among kids’ rooms’ designers. Every project is perfectly polished and gives us so many inspirational ideas! Her latest design was this fabulous nursery for little baby Louie. I love how it combines wonderfully safari and chic styles, without going over the board with any of it. All of the details are in perfect balance, providing the baby everything he needs, and with a neutral color palette create a very cozy, stylish and calm vibe. The wooden elements are just awesome, and they give that necessary boyish feel perfect for a little growing man. Enjoy the amazing photos and catch some ideas from the pro of baby’s rooms’ design.

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Fluffy DIY Pinecone Snow Owl To Create With Kids

Fri, Nov 14, 2014 | DIY Projects

Time that you spend with your kids is the best time! So today you and your children can create very cute owls. You will need pinecones, cotton balls, googly eyes, felt, glue and feather boa. This craft you can make in two various ways. You can easily pull apart the cotton balls and fit them in between the pinecone to fill in the spaces and create a fun snowy owl look. Or you can use a small feather boa to wrap around the pine cone. Both pinecones will come out white and fluffy. And don’t forget to add some details to your little birdies.

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12 Comfortable Hand Warmers For Girls

Fri, Nov 14, 2014 | Clothing

It’s high time that you should think of warm clothes and accessories for your kids. So today let’s take a look at hand warmers for your daughter. It’s an accessory that can always add some creativity to your child’s style. You can choose various colors, prints or fabrics. You can even find hand warmers decorated with beads, ribbons and knitted animals or flowers. If you like to knit, you can make several pairs of hand warmers for your girl. Then she can try to combine them with other clothes and it’ll develop her fashion individuality. But now just look at these pics and find hand warmers that your daughter will like!

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Lovely DIY Cherry Garland To Make With Kids

Thu, Nov 13, 2014 | DIY Projects

If you look attentively at the photos of the kids’ rooms that we share here, you’ll notice that a garland is a very popular décor item. It’s easy to make, it can add a necessary pop of color, make a statement or highlight the room’s theme and design. This cherry garland can be made together with your children, as they will have fun painting the little balls. Supplies are wooden balls with holes (buy at Michael’s or any craft store), twine, yarn, paint, paintbrush, green felt and scissors. From the first step already you can invite your kids to join you and paint those wooden balls. Read what to do while they dry and finish the tutorial at laybabylay.com.

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Bright DIY Popsicle Stick Christmas Tree To Make With Kids

Thu, Nov 13, 2014 | DIY Projects

It’s not a difficult craft so your kids can create this tree themselves. For this craft they’ll need cardstock or heavy paper, glue, scissors, marker, green popsicle sticks, popsicle sticks, sequins, star stencil (optional) and foam board (optional). Gather all supplies for project. Start by laying out your popsicle sticks on paper in the order of the tree you wish to create. Then trace a marker outline around the tree shape (it’ll help to lay out the sticks). Now remove sticks from paper. Next create lines of glue for each stick placement and lay down the popsicle sticks according to the outline. Glue, place and repeat until your tree will be done. Let your tree dry for an hour. After that decorate your tree with sequins. It’s a very good Christmas idea of decoration, isn’t it?

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Tasty DIY Calico Cat And Dotty Dalmatian Cookies

Wed, Nov 12, 2014 | DIY Projects, Food

If you enjoy baking as much as I do, but hate frosting, you gonna love this adorable cookies recipe. They’re perfect whether for a cat themed kids’ birthday party or simply as a weekend treat, and I bet your children will adore them. The recipe isn’t really difficult and you can easily master it on your own or even make it a craft together with your kid. If you follow it right, you’ll get very crispy, with a hit of almond flavor cookies that absolutely melt in your mouth. Are you hungry already? Go ahead to the handmadecharlotte.com for the list of ingredients and proper instructions. Have fun!

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Sweet Flamingo Themed Birthday Party For A Girl

Wed, Nov 12, 2014 | Party theme

With love to girly things and pink color it’s hard sometimes to not to go over the top, especially when planning your little beautiful princess’s party. Take an example from flamingo themed birthday by Nicky Pasqualone (Cute & Co) for her daughter, Juliet! As I mentioned, she chose flamingo theme, so this is how she could have a lot of fun with pink color and feminine details. However, she didn’t overdo with those sweet and schmaltzy touches and designed a wonderful pretty, pastel and super cute birthday for her baby. Take a closer look to all of the details and get inspired!

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Very Cute DIY Tissue Paper Baby Chicks

Tue, Nov 11, 2014 | DIY Projects

You and your kids can create these fluffy little baby chicks very fast! So don’t waste your time and make it! You will need cardstock (yellow, orange), pipe cleaners (orange), tissue paper (or crepe paper, yellow), scissors, glue, googly eyes and feathers. First gather the materials for this project. Next cut a medium-sized circle out of the yellow cardstock for the chick’s body. Then begin cutting your tissue paper (or crepe paper) into small square pieces. Now cover the yellow paper circle with glue. Taking your little yellow squares of tissue paper, scrunch them up and stick them on the yellow paper circle. Keep doing this until the whole circle will be full of fluffy pieces of tissue paper. The rest of the tutorial is here.

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Amusing DIY Wooden Snowmen Garland For A Kids’ Room

Tue, Nov 11, 2014 | DIY Projects

This garland will add some Christmas spirit to your kids’ room. Let’s make it! For this craft you will need wooden sticks, white paint (red optional), knit gloves, pom poms, flannel material (cut in strips), orange marker, thread, scissors, sand paper, glue gun, X-acto knife and large needle. Paint the sticks white on both sides. When they will dry, sand the edges a little for a cleaner look. Cut the finger tips off the knit gloves to make hats. Attach pom poms to make them even cuter. Use the X-acto knife to cut triangles for darling ‘carrot’ noses. Use the permanent marker to make them orange. Wrap each snowy guy with a flannel scarf. Then string them up on the thread. Voila!

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Fresh And Modern Geometric Small Nursery Design Inspiration

Mon, Nov 10, 2014 | Kids room

If you’re dealing with a small space for your tot and looking for some cool ways to organize and design it well, today’s room will certainly give you some inspiration. I really love its neutral colors, which brings calm and relax feel to the place and make it seem a bit bigger. Parents wanted their baby nursery to be contemporary, clean and modern, so a geometrical pattern seemed to be a perfect choice. There’re many great design solutions here, but the ones I love the most are those built-in dresser and conversely protruding rectangular colorful shelves. Take a look at the photos and see what’s the most amazing and inspiring for you here.

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