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Cool DIY Batman Bedside Lamp For A Nursery

Wed, Jun 4, 2014 | DIY Projects

Are your kids big Batman fans? If your answer is yes, this DIY is for you! Your kids will be so happy, if you make it. It’s very easy and you will need a metal cage work light, that you can hook to the wall, a mask and the necessary wall anchors to fix your lamp. The metal cage part of the lamp is very important because it allows the bulb to never come in...Continue Reading...

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DIY St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Trap

Tue, Mar 18, 2014 | DIY Projects, Toys

Do your kids believe in magic and Leprechauns? Of course your answer will be yes! So make a trap for Leprechauns, catch them and get some gold or three wishes! You will need an empty box, a piece of cardboard, multiple pieces of colorful paper, cutting tool, scissors, eco-friendly packing tape, pencil, markers, leftover yellow eco-felt and coins. First of...Continue Reading...

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DIY Colorful Cupcake Wrapper Flowers

Thu, Mar 13, 2014 | DIY Projects

This craft is a really good idea for your kids and they can make these beautiful flowers with their friends. You will need cupcake liners, scissors and pipe cleaners. You can draw on the cupcake wrapper first or cut freehand. To make leaves sketch a leaf pattern onto green paper and cut the leaves out. Use a hole punch to make a hole at the bottom of each...Continue Reading...

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DIY Cereal Box Nesting Dolls

Wed, Feb 26, 2014 | DIY Projects, Toys

Of course you have boxes that you don’t need. Younger children will have fun playing with their new friends while learning about size, weight and placement by fitting one animal box inside another. You will need recycled boxes (different sizes), brush, paint, marker, hot glue gun, glue and scissors. Disassemble the boxes. Cut off the bottom flaps so that...Continue Reading...

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Easy DIY Cardboard Rockets For Fun

Fri, Feb 7, 2014 | DIY Projects, Toys

Every boy and girl loves space theme that’s why you gotta make these rockets for them! You will need cardboard mailing tubes, corrugated cardboard, poster board, supplies to decorate rockets such as paint, spray paint, colored paper, duct tape, pencil, tape, glue gun, x-acto knife, box cutter, jigsaw, powerdrill and scissors. Create a template to create...Continue Reading...

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DIY Printable Animal Sewing Cards

Wed, Jan 29, 2014 | DIY Projects

Sewing cards are very fun! You will need printable animal stitching cards, scissors, straight pin, needle and embroidery floss. Print the stitching cards onto card stock and cut them apart. Use a straight pin or a sharp needle to poke holes in the card stock at each end of the stitch marks on the animal you are working on. Cut a piece of embroidery floss in...Continue Reading...

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DIY Creative Sharpie Mugs To Make

Wed, Jan 8, 2014 | DIY Projects

For winter drinks you can make some special mugs. Kids will be so happy to make them with you! You will need white ceramic mugs and Sharpie markers. That’s all you need! Wash your mugs thoroughly with soap and water. Get all the grime and dust off to ensure the markers stick to the mugs well. So it’s time to decorate! Pick your favorite colors of...Continue Reading...

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DIY Box For Keeping Milk Teeth

Thu, Dec 5, 2013 | DIY Projects

For every kid changing teeth is something really important! Today we gonna tell you how to make a little box for keeping the baby-teeth. Turn it into a game! You will need a matchbox or small cardboard box, paper, pencil or stickers, scissors and double-sided tape or glue. Now print template of the tooth and cut it out. Depending on the size of your box you...Continue Reading...

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11 Cool And Easy Back-To-School DIY Tutorials

Fri, Sep 6, 2013 | DIY Projects |

How are your kid’s first weeks at school? I hope everything is fine and he or she’s enjoying this back-to-school period, getting used to a new schedule and getting closer to school buddies! Even if it’s not that good right now and adaptation has been going hard enough, we have some cool and easy DIY tutorials that you can make with your kid this...Continue Reading...

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Colorful DIY Kids Washer Necklaces For Summer

Wed, Jul 3, 2013 | 12-15, DIY Projects

Colorful and completely wearable especially on summer days these necklaces are fun and easy to make! You only need washers from hardware store (1.5” to 2” diameter), nail polish, yarn (or baker’s twine), beads, sewing needles. First, you need to paint the washers in several layers and let them dry. Then you need to string and bead them – this is...Continue Reading...

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