Ready for another challenge? Take baby to a paint-your-own pottery studio and get footprints made on a tile or frame.
Craft ideas and instructions – go make something fun with your hands for your baby or yourself! Our most popular craft projects have been Make easy toddler pants out of an old t-shirt and Alter your board books. Have a look around, make something, and share your pictures!
Here’s how to make a cute set of magnets with printable magnet paper.
New moms need practice getting out of the house. But where to go? Try a fabric store where you can be inspired to make something.
Create a family photo wall to help baby learn the names and faces of everyone who is important to you. A matching set of frames will make it easy to set up your gallery.
This has got to be one of the fastest t-shirt refashioning projects I’ve ever done. In less then 10 minutes, I had a newborn-size beanie, made from soft, stretchy tshirt material. In short, the instructions go like this: cut a front and back of a hat from the bottom portion of a t-shirt and sew […]
My son’s kindergarten teacher created LOVE, HOPE, and PEACE posters for all the children in her class using a simple app and the children paraded around the school in support of unity. If your heart doesn’t melt a little bit, then stop read this instead. If you find yourself going “AWWW” then you should download […]
Homemade play-dough is cheaper, it’s safe, it’s edible, and it’s great for people like me who don’t have too many toys in their house.
Sugru attracted my interest because it falls into the category of things I often buy my husband for Christmas. A little bit offbeat, innovative, and purportedly useful for accomplishing around-the-house chores. It looked like an open-ended tool that could solve a variety of problems, and then I forgot about it. When I saw these pictures […]
Yesterday I texted Heather that I outed us on Instagram as liberal floozies by posting this picture of her in a Pussy Hat and using hashtags like #feminist
This is one easy DIY project that will give you bang for your $5. My mom created the first iterations of our family’s flannel swaddle blankets and I have sewn a few more with these instructions. I even made one large enough to wrap my five-year old when he wanted to be the baby […]
I’m super excited to report that in less than 10 minutes for $10 (plus shipping), I am totally on trend with a flipping adorable Christmas ornament of my children. When Whitney told us that funky shapes are all the rage for holiday cards, I thought, “Bah! That just costs more in postage.” And now I’m […]
Thanks to Heifer International for sponsoring this post. The way my stepmom presents Hannukah, long distance, to my kids is definitely worth sharing — and requires some visuals. A few years ago, she gave us this Hanukkah tapestry. Each pocket is intended to hold a small treat. There is a little candle to dangle outside […]