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DIY Kitchen Slipcover To Play With Kids

Thu, Apr 30, 2015 | DIY Projects

It’s a very smart idea for your kids, cause if your they play enough with this kitchen, you can remove it very fast! You will need tape measure, off-white cotton twill, scissors, rotary cutter and cutting mat, water-soluble pen, fabric, fabric scraps in colors suitable for the burners, knobs, oven door, kitchen window, etc., paper-backed fusible web, sewing machine, iron, hook-and-loop fastener, double-fold seam binding and 4 large buttons. First you need to measure all sides of your chair. Then start to cut the slipcover pieces. Cut the pieces for the stove top, chair front, chair sides and chair back, adding 5/8-inch seam allowances as necessary. For more details of tutorial read here.


DIY Wooden Roads And Ramps For Kids’ Toy Cars

Wed, Apr 29, 2015 | DIY Projects

The weather is warm, it’s a perfect time to enjoy outdoors! If your little guy loves cars, he’s gonna adore these roads and ramps for awesome races. They’re absolutely easy to make with just a few supplies. Here’s what you need exactly: 4 wooden boards, black spray paint, masking tape and yellow paint (optional). Begin with marking off where you want your yellow road lines to be on your boards, using masking tape. With the tape still on, spray the entire board black and let dry. Once it has dried, you may remove the masking tape and then paint the lines in yellow, if you like. Let dry completely and enjoy!


Super Cute DIY Tiny Hands Crepe Paper Flowers

Wed, Apr 29, 2015 | DIY Projects

This craft is so cute and your kids can help you to make these crepe paper flowers! For this project you’ll need pencil, crepe paper in the colors of your choice, floral stems with wire, floral tape and scissors. First fold the crepe paper over a few times and trace the child’s hand onto the paper with the pencil. Then cut out the traced hands. Now gather up your little crepe paper hands. Start piecing together some of the hands. Feel free to trim the bottoms to get the size of flower you would like. Next start placing other colors and keep pinching the bottom. Keep layering the little hands to get the size of flower you desire. The rest of the instruction is here.


Simple DIY Toilet Paper Roll Sophisti-Cats To Make

Tue, Apr 28, 2015 | DIY Projects

It’s ridiculously amazing how many cool crafts you can make out of something so simple like a toilet roll. Certainly, everybody has it at home, so the craft turns out to be easy, inexpensive and simple. How do you like these Sophisti-Cats? They look so lovely! All you need to recreate them are toilet paper rolls or kitchen paper tubes cut in two and white paint. First you need to fold down the two sides of the paper roll to create the ears. Then paint all over them with white paint and let dry. Finally, decorate them with a sharpie or pencils: draw the face, the costume, etc. Voila!


Easy-To-Sew DIY Animal Belt Buddies For Kids

Tue, Apr 28, 2015 | DIY Projects

This belt will be the favorite accessory of your kid. Just look at pics and you’ll know how funny this idea is! You will need belt buddies printable template, felt, embroidery floss, belt, 2 D-rings, scissors and needle. Print templates, then use them to trace the animal shapes onto your favorite colored felts. Cut out a front and a back for each animal. The squirrel and the cat have a separate back piece with a tail, but all the other animals are the same for both sides. Embroider faces onto the animals with 3 strands of embroidery floss. Fold the back piece in half and cut two slits into the felt. Next steps of the tutorial read here.


Small Monochrome Boy’s Room With Vivid Yellow Rug

Mon, Apr 27, 2015 | Kids room

Today’s room has a on-trend monochrome base with vivid pops of color, which makes it a playful paradise for three-year-old boy Max. His mom Maria is a children’s interior designer, and it’s really not surprising when you look at the photos of her kid’s space she decorated. She admits that at their maisonette space is at a premium, so she had to get creative with it. Maria decided they need oodles of storage, which could age with Max through the years. What I love the most about her storage solution is this handmade bed, which looks so rustic-inspired and cool! I also like the yellow chevron rug, which gives the room that necessary burst of fresh color. Take a look at all of the photos and catch some ideas!


Adorable DIY Bucket Hat For Girls

Sat, Apr 25, 2015 | DIY Projects

This cute hat will be a stylish accessory and protect your daughter from summer sun. For this project you will need 1 yard mid-heavyweight cotton fabric, 1 yard light-mid weight iron-on interfacing, free bucket hat pattern, pins, sewing needle, coordinating thread, scissors, needle, thread and sewing machine. Download and print out the free pattern pages and follow the instructions printed on the pattern pages to tape them together at the gray page borders. Cut out your pattern size based on the size chart on the pattern pages. Fold your fabric in half, wrong sides together. Place your ‘brim’ paper pattern pieces on top of your folded fabric. Use either pattern weights or pins to secure the paper to the fabric. Cut out your ‘brim’ pattern pieces from the fabric. The rest of the tutorial is here.


Awesome Spring Bohemian Baby Girl’s Birthday Party

Fri, Apr 24, 2015 | Party theme

If you feel like all those princess or superhero themed parties aren’t so cool and you want something different, arrange something in the theme of the season! We’ve got the best inspiration for you today in the mood of spring and summer. It’s a great birthday party for a 3 year old little lady and we’re kinda obsessed with all the wild, feminine greens and flowers and other perfectly pretty details here. I love the idea of an adorable little bohemian flower child, this is so cute! All in all, it looks like an awesome party with great ideas for decorations. Take a look! Peace & love!


Adorable DIY Pom-Pom Balloons To Make For A Kid’s Party

Fri, Apr 24, 2015 | DIY Projects

Having a kid’s party soon? Make these balloons! I’m sure every kid would love to receive something like that as a favor, because they’re just a sheer cuteness. It really took only 15 minutes to make a bunch of them, so it’s easy and simple. Here’s the list of supplies needed: helium grade latex balloons, small pom-poms and hot glue. All you need to do is to put a small dab of hot glue on a pom-pom and stick it on the balloon. Just to be safe make sure to use your glue gun on “low” setting for this DIY. That’s it! Great idea, huh?


Easy-To-Make DIY Brown Paper Bag Owl Puppet

Thu, Apr 23, 2015 | DIY Projects

We have a funny idea how you can use unnecessary brown paper bags. You can make beautiful owl puppets for your kids! You will need brown paper lunch bag, construction paper, scissors, glue stick and colored pencils or markers. First create a beak by cutting a large triangle, then glue it. Next cut out 2 large circles for the eyes and a slightly smaller circle to be glued in the larger circle. Now use a black marker to make the pupils. Then cut and glue an oval for the belly. And in the end cut out the wings and glue them to the back of the bag. Now start to play!


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