Monthly Archive: May 2012

May 29

DIY Chalkboards


I wanted to find a bunch of small chalk boards for Cooper’s party and wasn’t able to find exactly what I was looking for. My husband had the great idea of making them. We found small square pieces of wood at Joann’s craft store for only $.29 each. I am going to use the mini …

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May 26

DIY Pinwheels for any Occassion


These pinwheels are so cute, easy, and fun to make.

May 25

Toddler American Flag Project for Memorial Day


In a couple of days the country will be celebrating Memorial Day by barbequing, swimming, and camping, but why not have your toddler make some crafts and teach them a little bit about the holiday.  I thought Memorial Day would be the perfect opportunity to teach Carter, age 3 1/2, about the American flag. This …

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May 23

Upcyled Book Art


There are so many great ideas out there turning old books into something creative. I found an interesting mobile made out of a book and thought I would make one and hang it in our craft room. This project was very simple and inexpensive. All you need is a hardcover book that you don’t plan …

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May 22

Paper Bag Owl Treat Bags

Cooper’s first birthday is less than two weeks away! The theme for the party is owls. I am so excited because there are so many owl items and ideas out there right now. Found these owl party treat bags made of paper bags and I knew I had to make them. These bags are so …

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