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Cool DIY Cereal Box Monster Jaws

Wed, May 6, 2015 | DIY Projects

It’s fun to craft with your kids, but sometimes it’s hard to come up with an idea you know they’ll love. That’s why we share lots of different DIYs just to get you inspired on spending more time with your children, enjoying some creative activity. How about making monster jaws today? All of the supplies you probably have at home, which makes the...Continue Reading...

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Lovely DIY Cardboard Polka Dot Tulips To Make

Mon, Apr 13, 2015 | DIY Projects

Spring lets our creative juices flowing, doesn’t it? If you feeling crafty today, ask your kids to join you for this awesome DIY tutorial of beautiful polka dot tulips. It’s inexpensive, easy peasy to make and as a result you get such a pretty handmade décor piece to display. Here’s the list of needed supplies: 4 (4”) cardboard tubes, 8 (12”)...Continue Reading...

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The Cardboard Guys’ Imagination Furniture Lets Kids Construct And Design

Fri, Mar 27, 2015 | Furniture sets, Kids room

Furniture of the new generation, as we may name it, strikes with innovative ideas and possibilities. Just take a look at new Kids’ Imagination Furniture by The Cardboard Guys that lets little ones construct and design their own desk set. The Cardboard Guys started developing this idea at Kickstarter and received full support to create a durable cardboard...Continue Reading...

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Too Cute DIY Easter Bunny Bean Bag Toss To Make

Tue, Mar 17, 2015 | DIY Projects

Today we continue with good Easter themed activities for kids and share oh-so-adorable DIY bunny bean bag. It’s very simple, so your kids can have fun on their own with just a little help from you. First gather the supplies: cardboard, pain, paint brush, scissors, pencil, pen, eraser, scratch paper, felt, beans (lentils), hot glue and funnel. The tutorial...Continue Reading...

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Sweet And Easy DIY Cardboard Dollhouse To Make

Sat, Feb 7, 2015 | DIY Projects

Got some leftover cardboard boxes from Christmas or after moving to another place? Instead of throwing them away, find a good use for them! For example, let’s make this adorable dollhouse for your daughter or niece. There’s even no need to write a comprehensive tutorial, because it’s beyond simple. Gather some scissors, washi tape, silver metallic (or...Continue Reading...

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Fantastic DIY Cardboard Tube Pirate

Fri, Jan 30, 2015 | DIY Projects

Do your kids love pirates? Now they can make one of them with their hands! You will need 4-inch cardboard tube, black and white paper, red and peach crayon, 2 googly eyes, 5-inch square piece of bandana or fabric, scissors, hot glue gun, glue stick and black marker. Glue the edges of the black and white paper together. You will need 1 1/2 inches of black...Continue Reading...

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DIY Cardboard Cash Register For Practicing Numbers

Fri, Sep 26, 2014 | DIY Projects

As a kid I used to love playing a grocery store: serve “customers”, give the change, etc. If your little one also enjoys it and likes watching the cashier scan items in the grocery, make this cardboard cash register. I’m sure he or she will excitedly practice his numbers and develop his imaginative skills. You’ll need calculator with large buttons,...Continue Reading...

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Funny And Adorable DIY Honeycomb Characters

Wed, Jun 11, 2014 | DIY Projects

Aren’t these honeycomb balls cute? They’re very popular in Sweden, and today we suggest you to make some with your kids. You need some pictures of characters that you like (from children’s books, for example), honeycomb paper, scissors, glue and double-sided tape. Begin with cutting out the characters you’ve chosen and making them more stable,...Continue Reading...

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Cute And Cheerful DIY Name Garland For Your Baby’s Room

Thu, Mar 20, 2014 | DIY Projects, Kids room

Probably, in every second kids’ room there’s a name garland. If you’re wondering how to make one on your own, this article is for you! It’s a really cheerful, cute and your kid can even make it herself or himself. Supplies are cereal boxes, paint chips, rubber cement, scissors, hole punch, scalloped circle punch and baker’s twine or...Continue Reading...

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Sweet And Easy DIY Toy Cardboard Chair For A Kids Room

Sat, Feb 15, 2014 | DIY Projects, Kids room

I found a really great reuse of cardboard idea for you! So, if you’ve got some of useless cardboard left, let’s make this cute toy chair for your kid’s room. You’ll need cardboard (medium-sized), x-acto knife, metal ruler, pencil, hot glue gun and a chair template. First you need to download the template from the source, cut it out and trace onto a...Continue Reading...

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