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Funny DIY Hipster Ghost Toy

Tue, Apr 15, 2014 | DIY Projects, Toys

Now it’s time to have fun! Let’s make this craft and your kids will play with it all the time. You will need a ghost pattern, white fabric, red and black felt, scissors, fabric glue, needle and white thread. Cut out all your pattern pieces. Place the pieces on your fabric and cut. A tip for cutting the eyes out for the glass is to fold them over and cut...Continue Reading...

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DIY Magic Bottles Of Water And Confetti

Tue, Oct 22, 2013 | DIY Projects, Toys

It is important to pass the time with your child making interesting and amazing things. You also may give the idea to your child to make him or her busy. Let`s look at a thing that your child can enjoy – sparkly, whimsical magic bottles! It can be done with very little materials.  Moreover they are super easy to create and make a great craft or...Continue Reading...

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Cute And Cheap DIY Plush Snake

Tue, Jul 9, 2013 | DIY Projects, Toys

Why purchase things online if you can make similar not less cool and adorable? The author of this DIY tutorial saw this snake on Ferm Living for $146, was inspired by it and created a snake on her own much-much cheaper – for $5! If you sew often, you probably already have most of the supplies for this project: a piece of fabric, scraps, a sewing machine,...Continue Reading...

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DIY Freaky Felt Monsters

Fri, Mar 22, 2013 | DIY Projects, Toys

These freaky and funny monsters are actually an awesome toy’s craft idea that you can make with your kid. The supplies are felt, embroidery, sewing needle, buttons, fiberfill, straight pins, paper, pen. First let your kid draw your monster design out on a sheet of paper. It doesn’t have to be exactly like on the photo below, you may create your own....Continue Reading...

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Awesome DIY Kids Cardboard Car Wash

Sat, Feb 23, 2013 | DIY Projects

Want to get your son super excited? Offer him to make a cool car wash station! You’ll need: a cereal box, decorative tape, fabric, wooden skewers (or yarn), hot glue, scissors, markers, 2 paper towel rolls. Start with turning inside out your box and cutting out rectangular holes (entrance and exit) big enough for your cars to fit through. Then make...Continue Reading...

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Easy DIY Lamb Pull Toy For Small Children

Fri, Feb 8, 2013 | DIY Projects, Toys

This nice lamb is a pull toy. It is fun for little ones, a constant companion always ready to race to the next adventure! Here are the steps for making your own lamb pull toy. At first you have to make a wooden base on the wheels (it’s important to have the wheels fit tightly) and paint it with mint green paint. Glue the legs into the base. Paint the...Continue Reading...

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Cool DIY Play Mat For Boys

Tue, Jan 29, 2013 | DIY Projects

The bloggers over at Playful Learning had the brilliant idea to reject the ugly car mat that is found in the toy store, and make an adorable, easy to store, fashionista version. And you can make one yourself because it’s easy as A, B, C! Attract your kids to this fun “city planning” and start with making roads from two pieces of tape about an inch...Continue Reading...

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Cute DIY Walnut Boats

Wed, Oct 31, 2012 | DIY Projects

This easy and fun tutorial will help you to make some walnut boats to float them down the little streams that appear after thunderstorms or to play during your baby’s bathtime! The supplies that you’ll need are halved and cleaned walnut shells, wooden toothpicks, a white candle, scissors, decorative tape, such as washi tape. First of all, light candle...Continue Reading...

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DIY Play Doctor’s Kit For Your Kid

Sat, Sep 15, 2012 | 2-4, 5-7, DIY Projects, Parents, Toys

How many kids dream of becoming doctors! It’s not surprising because the kids regularly visit doctors, observe their work since the earliest days of kids’ life and then repeat their actions in the games. In such cases you can give your toddler a play doctor’s kit. You can buy it in a toy shop or collect yourself from scrap materials. Find...Continue Reading...

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DIY Play Grill To Help Your Kids Have Fun Outdoors

Thu, Aug 23, 2012 | 5-7, 8-11, DIY Projects

If you’re having a lot of barbecues this summer, maybe it’s time to get some help. Put together this amazing play grill for your kids, and they’ll be flipping burgers in no time. This role-play will help to support kids’ imagination and serve as essential condition of right world outlook. With this kids’ play your child can get to know...Continue Reading...

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