We've done a few round-ups of Lego storage in the past, but what happens when kids get older and Lego starts to get tired? (I know, it's hard to believe, but it does happen). How about retiring Lego to greener pastures - as awesome storage in their rooms? Here are a few projects that might inspire young hands at your house.
While Drea of ohdeardrea and her husband were away on their honeymoon in Mexico, she planned daily activities to help make the week special and entertaining for her daughter Marlowe. But even if you're not planning a trip away from your little one, it could be a fun idea for summer vacation, for keeping a toddler entertained after having a new baby, or even just for a rainy day.
I've been looking at our rain water barrel which has been staring back at me for the past couple of years. It's such an eye sore in our tiny urban garden. Practical and environmental, but oh so ugly. When I mentioned that I really disliked its look the other day, the kids yelled at the same time: "LET'S PAINT IT!!!!!"
The summer having started (finally), we are thinking more and more about going camping. That entails roadtrips. Which means being stuck in a car seat for a few hours. Planning activities and distractions for such a ride is in my head right now. That's when I fell upon this post about making a Magnetic Toy case.
With summer in full swing, many of us are looking to keep books front and center in our kids' minds. Best bet? Keep them front and center in their rooms. Here are five fun DIY bookends to make so that the summer reading list can hang out anywhere you please.
Even though it's summer time, there are rainy days to deal with, and your kids' boredom to fight. Here are five excellently nerdy activities that your kids will truly dig. Heads up future paleontologists!
Why is it kids are fascinated with paper? Cutting paper, folding paper, tearing it apart, obviously coloring on it, making swords and magic wands etc. I have to admit, it all sounds pretty good to me, too.
We all made these as kids, right? With a motley crew of colors, and charmingly lumpy fabrics, these potholders were certainly a staple of my childhood. And I'm willing to bet many a mother has received these as gifts over the years.
Looking around for a fun and easy project this weekend? It doesn't get more basic than soap. The shapes are limitless, and — if that boat is any indication — the end product is equally as fun as the process.
It's almost time for Father's Day, and all those same-old store bought gifts can feel so tired. Mix it up this year by making something for the dad in your life. We've rounded up several fun projects for you to try!