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Create animal rock art to bring life to your child’s room with just paint, clay and a few rocks. Let kids explore their creative side by letting them choose the paint colors and even let them name their new pet! From … Continue reading →
Keeping kids entertained doesn’t have to be expensive. In your own home I am sure you have a cereal box, but match it with a few marbles and you are ready to have some fun! . Joel is the author of an … Continue reading →
Do you remember the coolest parties you went to as a kid had the best candy and games? Then get to work with this ice cream piñata, ideal for the entertainment at your child’s next party. You can fill the inside … Continue reading →
In honour of Halloween arriving in a few weeks, I thought this simple idea to create your child’s very own treat bag is a practical alternative to using a plain old pillow case…which is what I used as a kid. … Continue reading →
Amy Moss from Eat Drink Chic created this charming memory game as a throwback to her childhood. Instead of using the traditional cards Amy re-created the game with a fun twist designing paper popsicles. What a great idea! Perfect for … Continue reading →
Here is just another sampling of what can be made for free with leftover cardboard. Evgenye from Play and Grow works as an architect during the day and invents toys from scrap materials for his young daughter in his spare … Continue reading →
A few craft supplies turned these trash-bound cans into fun homemade musical instruments. It’s pretty amazing what some rice, elastics and balloons can do. These are the perfect homemade toy for a busy toddler eager to make some noise and … Continue reading →
At some point in time, you’ve probably had a few paint chips laying around and wondered, “What in the world am I going to do with these things?” Well Karen from Sew Many Ways suggests turning the paint chips into … Continue reading →
In the midst of cleaning up her child’s room Jaimed from Prudent Baby realized that her kid’s stuffed toy collection seemed to be growing at an alarming rate. The idea for a storage solution popped into her head when she … Continue reading →