5 Books to DIY for Your Kids

5 Books to DIY for Your Kids

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Beth Callaghan
Oct 26, 2012
Enough with the buying of the books. How 'bout you get busy and make some books? Here are 5 tutorials to get you started on your child's library of personalized books. 1. Chalkboard Board Books at Lotta Magazine: The book that keeps on giving, since your child can create and recreate the content over and over. 2. Paint with Water Books at One Good Thing by Jillee: My personal favorite: all you need are watercolor pencils and some imagination. As the internet saying goes, why didn't I think of that? 3. I Spy Books at Delia Creates: Kids will have even more fun looking for their own toys in pictures you take yourself. 4. Personalized Board Books at Chef Messy: Turn an old board book into a special, personal story or picture book. 5. Hardback Sketchbooks at Angry Chicken: Doodling is much more fun when you have a beautiful, handmade sketchbook to house it. Made any books lately? Tell us about it in the comments. (Images: as linked above) MORE BOOK PROJECTS ON APARTMENT THERAPY:How To Make Your Own Book Planters for SucculentsHow to: Make Your Own Board BookHow To Create a Family Yearbook: Controlling the Chaos of Digital Photos
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