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5 Super Sweet DIY Projects Using Your Baby’s Old Clothing. I don’t know about you, but I have a huge box of my daughter’s old baby clothes that I’m hanging onto for purely sentimental reasons.

5 Super Sweet DIY Projects Using Your Baby’s Old Clothing

I cherish them too much to donate or give away, and since we’re a one-kid household, it’s not like I’m saving them to put on another baby. These tiny threads are currently living in our basement, all but forgotten. 16 Adorable Circus Party Ideas for Your Kid’s Birthday. Your li’l tyke deserves only the best for their birthday bash.

16 Adorable Circus Party Ideas for Your Kid’s Birthday

This year, throw them a circus-themed birthday party to really put on a show. With bright colors, tasty treats and flashy prizes, a circus theme is THE way to go. Whether you choose to feature stuffed circus animals or invite over some real ones, there are so many ways to bring a carnival-inspired brouhaha to the celebration. Bust out the cotton candy machine and marquee lights, because here are 18 modern circus birthday party ideas your kiddo is sure to love. 1. 2. 3. 5 Super Sweet DIY Projects Using Your Baby’s Old Clothing. 10 Parenting Tricks That Will Make Summer Way Less Messy. DIY Portable LEGO Kit with 24 Free Printable Activity Cards. Now that it's not pitch dark around dinner time anymore (thank you, summer!!!)

DIY Portable LEGO Kit with 24 Free Printable Activity Cards

, we've been going out to dinner more often. Living Sola Gratia: Fun & Frugal Summer Activities for Kids #3 Popsicle Stick Puzzles. I hope you aren't getting tired of popsicle sticks yet {smile}.

Living Sola Gratia: Fun & Frugal Summer Activities for Kids #3 Popsicle Stick Puzzles

At this point, I think I am making that my theme this week. You did buy a big box of those things, right? Today's activity is a Popsicle Stick Puzzle. I think this craft is very versatile. You can use pictures from old books, magazines, postcards, birthday cards, whatever. Could even copy a picture of the kids and use that. Another possibility would be to just line all of the popsicle stick up and color your own picture or message. Caramelized Onion Gravy Recipe.

Photos by Rikki Snyder I might be a vegetarian, but I refuse to miss out on gravy come Thanksgiving.

Caramelized Onion Gravy Recipe

Even if that means showing up at the door cradling my very own gravy boat full of Caramelized Onion Gravy. The fact is, it’s easy to make a vegetarian gravy that everyone loves—and I do always make enough to share. In this version, caramelized onions lend more flavor than traditional drippings could dream to add. Minions Made Of Kinder Egg Shells · A Misc · Other on Cut Out. DIY Toddler Calendar – Magnet Board. Best Ever No-Cook Play Dough Recipe! How to Make Homemade Bubble Solution. DIY Plantable Felt Garden Box.

Hey, guys!

DIY Plantable Felt Garden Box

It's Katie here. I recently made one of my most favorite toys for my kiddos and I just had to share! I have to admit, when this idea popped into my head I may have gotten a little overly excited. You see, one of our very favorite things to do as a family is tend to the garden, but since we live in the Midwest there has been none of that for many months now. Soon the weather will be warm and we will be growing goodies in the garden again, but until then this toy garden box will help tide the girls over.

Supplies: -A color variety of felt (purple, orange, green, and red were necessities for me)-Green pipe cleaners-Velcro-Brown paint & paint brush-Brown jersey cotton-Needle & thread/scissors Now, let's start with the garden box. Step One: Cover the entire box in brown paint. DIY: fold up A-frame tent - Farm Fresh Therapy. Instructions: 1.

DIY: fold up A-frame tent - Farm Fresh Therapy

Measure out and mark your copper pipe. You will need 3 pieces that are each 44" long. 2. Cut the pipe down to size with a pipe cutter. 3. 4. 5. Sand the edges of the holes as well as the sides of the wood as needed to get rid of splinters and smooth things out. Knitted Crown · Extract from Beanies & Bobble Hats by Fiona Goble · How To Make A Tiara / Crown. Make Easy DIY Mosquito Repellent to Battle Bugs All Summer. Summer means fun in the sun, BBQs in the shade, cornhole in the backyard and mosquitos buzzing incessantly around your bod every time you leave the house.

Make Easy DIY Mosquito Repellent to Battle Bugs All Summer

And sometimes when you leave the window open. Yup, you know it’s true — probably because you’re already sporting some itchy, scratchy, annoying bites, oh, you know, head-to-toe from last weekend’s outdoor outing. DIY: I Spy Bottle. A child’s mind never stops learning.

DIY: I Spy Bottle

Story Stones. Angry t-rex roars - knitted kitty. Sweet Leaf Toddler Hat · How To Make A Baby Hat · Yarncraft on Cut Out. Free Baby Mary Jane Booties Knitting Patterns" These soft-and-silky booties are as cute as a classic pair of Mary Janes.

Free Baby Mary Jane Booties Knitting Patterns"

Knit in the softest cashmere blend, they make a perfect foot covering for baby. Size 0-6 months Foot length: Approximately 3 inches (7.5cm) Ankle: Approximately 4 inches (10cm) circumference with strap buttoned What You'll Need Yarn: Sport weight yarn, 137 yards [125m] We used: Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino (55% merino wool, 33% microfiber, 12% cashmere; 137 yards [125 meters] per 50g skein): #605 (blue), #506 (yellow), #601 (pink), 1 skein per pair. Mama In A Stitch. With spring and Easter within sight, I wanted to make my daughter a bunny hat. I hoped for something vintage yet modern, sweet and boutique-like, all at the same time.

The ears had to stand up, and this was a bit of a challenge. With some trial and error, they stand up and flop around just how I wanted. Mending with Monsters - Make: Kids can be pretty hard on their clothes and usually the first thing to get worn out are the knees. Instead of throwing them out, or using a boring matching patch to mend it, have some fun and put a monster face on those pants! This will totally work on sweaters and shirts too, or anywhere you need a little monster face. This is totally cool for kids, but I definitely know some adults who would dig it too. This super adorable patch was created by Amy over at One Artsy Mama.