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DIY Painted Soccer Player Hand Puppet

Wed, Mar 25, 2015 | DIY Projects

Does your son love soccer? Of course, all kids love to play soccer at free time! But if they haven’t opportunity to play at backyard, they can play at home! You will need a willing hand, paint (best to use face/body paint), plastic plate to mix paints (optional), a small ball or a piece of paper and two small boxes or containers (goal posts). Paint the outline of a soccer player on your child’s hand (head, shirt, hands, feet). Use your child’s index finger and middle finger as the soccer player’s feet. Add face and hair for details. Paint the shirt using your child’s favorite color. If you don’t have a small ball, crumple a piece of paper into the shape of a ball. Locate two small containers to use as goal posts and start to play! Goal!

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Easy-To-Make DIY Pipe Cleaner Easter Bunny Ears

Wed, Mar 25, 2015 | DIY Projects

If your kids wanna be bunnies on Easter, we have an idea – make these bunny ears for them! For this project you will need just pipe cleaners and wire cutters. Take two pipe cleaners, and twist together the ends several times to make one long pipe cleaner. Use the long pipe cleaner to wrap around their head to measure the circumference. At the point where you measured your child’s head, wrap the pipe cleaner around several times to close off the circle, then snip away any remaining pipe cleaner with your wire cutters. Wrap another pipe cleaner around one end of the circle several times to secure it. The rest of the tutorial is here.

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Customizable DIY Felt Letter Garland For Your Kid’s Party

Tue, Mar 24, 2015 | DIY Projects

I think I told it hundreds of times that handcraft décor made from the bottom of your heart is usually the best. However, if only a thought of necessity to craft something major for a party makes you dizzy, add at least one little custom décor piece to your event. Just take a look at this charming felt letter banner, it’s so fun and cute! You can make it quick, easy and without breaking the bank. Here’s what you need: four sheets of felt, printed letter template, sharp craft knife, cutting mat, embroidery thread and embroidery needle. Visit thelittleumbrella.com for the tutorial and enjoy!

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DIY Easter Chick And Bunny Handprint Stick Puppets

Tue, Mar 24, 2015 | DIY Projects

This spring funny project will be perfect for you and your kids if you are getting ready for Easter. So you will need edible sugar finger paints, 4 tablespoons extra fine granulated sugar, 1/3 cup corn starch, 2 cups water, red, green, blue and yellow food coloring, heavy cardstock, markers, scissors, sticks and tape. Cook sugar, cornstarch and water over medium heat, whisk constantly until thick. Remove from heat and divide into three bowls. Add yellow food coloring for the chicks, blue and red for purple bunnies, and green for grass. To make the chicks paint your child’s hand with the yellow paint and press it onto the paper. Next steps of the tutorial are here.

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Sweet And Airy Woodland And Boho-Chic Inspired Nursery

Mon, Mar 23, 2015 | Kids room

Hello there, dear readers! We’ve got such a special, sweet and charming woodland-inspired nursery for you today! I’m seriously in love with all of the boho-chic and simple décor pieces from triangle garlands to wall prints, mini figurines to the baby mobile Mom and Dad picked for their little precious Valentine. One more thing that just blew my mind away with its prettiness is a gorgeous full wall mural from Anthropologie, which is a bit weird yet very creative and fun. The space is very light and airy and somehow fits parents’ style while being totally suitable and pleasing for a baby. No doubt she’s gonna love it! Enjoy the photos!

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Adorable DIY Fabric Head Tie For Your Kids

Sat, Mar 21, 2015 | Accessories, DIY Projects

A fabric hat tie is such a girly and pretty accessory for all ages! Cuteness is overload when you see a tot in a colorful headband, don’t you agree? Plus it’s such an easy thing to do, you can make 3-4 of them in an hour for your little ladies. The first thing you need is to pick a fabric. Usually the head ties turn are good when made out of most lightweight woven fabric. The next step is about getting your fabric torn into strips. If it doesn’t tear, use a rotary cutter and mat. Depending on what age it’s being made for, there’re different sizes of the strips. Visit howdoesshe.com to figure out the size you need and follow further instructions. Enjoy!

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Bright DIY Cardboard Cookies To Make With Kids

Fri, Mar 20, 2015 | DIY Projects

Do your kids love tasty cookies? Of course yes! So they’ll be happy to make these cardboard cookies almost as much as bake the real ones! You will need cardboard box or sheet, pencil, scissors, glitter glue, adhesive-backed foam sheets, colorful paper and a couple of different sized cans (to trace around). Trace circles onto cardboard. Cut out. Prepare the cookie bake shop toppings. Out of foam sheets, you can free-form cut out “frosting” shapes. Snip up some colorful paper to create sprinkles. Now you and your kids can decorate! Add sprinkles to the glue while it’s still wet. And be creative!

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DIY Easter Candy Pouches To Make With Kids

Fri, Mar 20, 2015 | DIY Projects

I absolutely love the idea of big family Easter gathering for a great dinner. It’s a good chance to see all of your relatives, especially those that you’re not able to see often, and have a nice time together, expressing gratitude and love. These Easter candy pouches can be cool favors for your darling ones and they’re so fun to make with your kids! First prepare the supplies, which are construction paper, chick and bunny pattern, yarn or string, scissors, small hole punch, candy, googly eyes, markers and large eye needle or tape. Please, head over to simplymodernmom.com for the pattern and step-by-step instructions. Enjoy!

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Funny And Easy DIY Origami Necklace For Kids

Thu, Mar 19, 2015 | DIY Projects

Do your kids know what origami means? Now it’s time to explain them and make this origami necklace! You will need colorful paper, scissors, needle and thread. The shape of this geometric origami is called ‘Triangular Bipyramid’. First cut a strip of paper with an even width. The width and length should be at least 1:4 or 1:6. Fold a small triangle on one end. Now fold backward at the end of the triangle and repeat fold like an accordion. Next fold the straight lines between the diagonals again to change the fold direction. Form the ‘Triangular Bipyramid’ by rolling the shape along. Next steps of the tutorial are here.

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Colorful DIY Dollhouse To Display Kid’s LEGO Mini Figures

Thu, Mar 19, 2015 | DIY Projects

Your kids love to collect LEGO mini figures? I bet you’re tired of stumbling on them and puzzling over, how and where to store them wisely. How about a LEGO friends dollhouse? I think it’s a cool way to keep all of these little dolls organized and to show off your kid’s smallest possessions. To make something like that on your own you need a plain wooden shadow box (look for it at craft stores and thrift stores), some bright craft paints and a bit of your child’s imagination. Give your kid an opportunity to handle this craft on his or her own by picking out favorite colors and creating some unique design. Most of all, have fun!

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