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Amazing DIY Baby Food Jar Snow Globes To Make

Wed, Dec 18, 2013 | DIY Projects

Instead of buying some typical mini snow globes as a Christmas souvenir, make your own together with your kid!  This gift will be much more personalized and darling for your closest ones. You’ll need some empty baby food jars, mini fake trees, Goo Gone, glycerin, glass & bead glue or epoxy, glitter, gold spray paint and distilled water. First clean...Continue Reading...

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Adorable And Colorful DIY Carrot Print Tea Towels As Holiday Gifts

Wed, Dec 11, 2013 | DIY Projects

Admit it, when you see a gift handmade by a kid, your heart starts to melt. And when this gift is not only sweet, but practical, then there’s just no limit to your happiness, right? So, let’s make some tea towels to please grandparents, teachers and other important people. To begin you need a few bundles of tea towels, some paints and… carrots!...Continue Reading...

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11 Cool And Inexpensive DIY Holiday Gifts For Kid’s School Teachers

Wed, Dec 4, 2013 | DIY Projects

A handmade gift is always the best and the most original way to say “thank you”. And teachers love getting these, because these gifts usually not really material (although they might be practical) but really cute, thoughtful and made with heart. So, we’ve gathered for you some fun and inexpensive DIY ideas that you can make with your kid for his or...Continue Reading...

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DIY Perfect Christmas House Gift Box

Sun, Jan 6, 2013 | DIY Projects

New Year is almost knocking at the door but you still have time to prepare your Christmas gifts! This DIY tutorial is about designing a darling house-shaped gift box that is as easy as pie to put together. You can make one for your neighbors, coworkers – pretty much everyone! First you need to print off the free template, then cut it out (thanks to the...Continue Reading...

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Wonderful Lego Decorations For Christmas Tree

Thu, Dec 13, 2012 | 5-7, Toys

Don’t you know how to decorate a Christmas tree? Do it together with Lego! Chris McVeigh, author, illustrator and photographer, is happy to share his creation with small builders. He got into the festive spirit by creating an astonishing collection of beautiful, seemingly delicate Lego Christmas ornaments, complete with construction guides and parts...Continue Reading...

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DIY Original Felt Kids Corsage

Tue, Dec 11, 2012 | DIY Projects

Christmas will be unforgettable if you help the children to organize it and add something special to its atmosphere. For example, these can be original felt corsage. They’re easy enough for a child to make but sophisticated enough for her mom to wear. Once you gather your supplies, you will be able to get to work. It will take couple of hours. We used...Continue Reading...

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Awesome DIY Advent Calendar To Make Your Kids Happy

Fri, Dec 7, 2012 | Other

Are you bored of traditional calendars? If yes, have a look at this amazing homemade one. Only few days of December have passed, so you still can make this beautiful advent calendar for this month. The tutorial is very simple: purchase craft boxes and use some stickers with a cute printout of the numbers. After you do that, the real fun will begin, because...Continue Reading...

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Sweet DIY Rudolph Reindeer

Fri, Nov 23, 2012 | DIY Projects

What a wonderful idea to turn a stick of confectionery  into a Christmas symbol – a reindeer. It’s name is Rudolph and it’s a Santa’s helper. Don’t forget that this traditional reindeer had a red nose. When I have found this idea it made me smile and inspired me. You will need minimum of materials, minimumum of time and efforts!...Continue Reading...

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