Design for kids and the home. Make The World Your Playground With UpSwing. UpSwing by Kevin Shay is a compact & portable swing that can quickly be set up anywhere, encouraging you to explore your surroundings and turn them into a giant playground.
Love the leather & canvas construction–reminds me of a lineman’s utility bag. Related. Vintage + modern design for kids and the home. Cool Craft Ideas for Kids. Simple DIY Wooden Toy Cars. Amazing DIY Cardboard Learning Toys. Play and Grow is an amazing blog by a Russian architect that has a passion for making handmade cardboard toys for his little girl.
The site is filled with great diy tutorials for upcycling cardboard into early learning toys. A few favorites: DIY Geometric Sorting Board (view tutorial) A cardboard version of the classic geometric sorting board. DIY Developmental Toy (view tutorial) An early learning developmental toy made from a diaper box, knitting needles, a doorstop, and paper. DIY Steamship Pull Toy (view tutorial) A cardboard pull toy made from a diaper box. DIY Cardboard Train (view tutorial) A cardboard train made using a diaper box and boxes from old toys.
DIY Mini Geoboard (view tutorial) A cardboard version of the classic peg/pin board toy used to make shapes, patterns, letters, etc. Visit Play and Grow for more cool projects & tutorials! Related. Projects: Cereal Box Village. Projects: Pennant Rubber Stamp Roller. Vintage + modern design for kids and the home. DIY Faux Snow Cone Party Garland & Gift Embellishment. As soon as the snow cone shack in our neighborhood opens up, we know that Summer is officially here!
The bright candy colors and the sparkle of glittery ice makes the eyes light up of both young and young-at-heart! What better way to capture the essence of summertime fun and bring it indoors, than with this sweet DIY Faux Snow Cone Garland and Gift Embellishment. Bonus: these ones won’t melt everywhere! Follow below for the simple steps. This would also be a fun project to do with kids…they will have a blast mixing up the paint and pouring on the glitter (just be sure to give little ones a hand with the glue gun). This DIY post was sponsored and made possible by Method…”Clean Happy.” This month Method is hosting a fun contest and asking fans (like you) to guess how many bottles of Method hand soap it took to build the spectacular rainbow light installation in this month’s video.
Visit Method’s guessing contest page on Facebook to enter. DIY Garland – Supplies needed: Steps 1 and 2 1. 2. 3. DIY Tag-Shaped Stamps Two Ways. I shared the shipping packaging for my old print shop a long while back, and have had so many inquiries into the making of the tag stamp that I made / used, that I thought it was about time that I finally create a proper DIY to share with you all.
Hooray! This DIY post was sponsored and made possible by Method…”Clean Happy.” Check out their Spring anthem video for a fun look at their playful mission and visit their Facebook page to enter for a chance to win a trip for two to San Francisco, including a visit to the Method HQ, lunch with the Method co-founders, a year’s supply of Method products and other surprises*: *Open to residents of Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan, United States, and Yukon who are at least 18 years of age. Sweepstakes ends April 03, 2012 @ 11:59 pm (PDT). HOW TO – VERSION 1 | Stamp Block Method: Home - Creature Comforts - daily inspiration, style, diy projects + freebies.