Add some colour to the kids bathroom with this simple Diy technique! Just add lego pieces to a soap dispenser and pour in clear liquid soap. Voila!
Who else thinks this is a superb idea? I can’t count how many times I’m trying desperately to get hold of my charger and keys! Using lego pieces to hang then in place is genius! If anyone tries this you must share your experience with us!
Ever thought brown paper bags can look so cute? These giveaways are not only wrapped in an eco friendly brown paper bag but also look super cute by simply adding round black and white cutouts! Another useful diy technique for you’ll!
Remember canvas shoes? All the bata stores have them! They’re great to use for shoe art! Use paints or markers and create unique designs! Great activity to do for a play date with multiple number of kids!
Attach your sons toy cars on a magnetic strip on a wall! It’s easy to access and clean up when needed! Great idea? We think so!
Old buttons can be really useful! Use them to make these pretty necklaces for the girls! Make it into a group activity by spending creative time together! It could be a choking hazard so don’t include the under 3 year ones!
My 8 year old and I made this tissue box for his room! Bought a plain wooden tissue box from hobby ideas along with acrylic paint. Added the stickers to match it to our transport themed room! It was a fun activity , thought I’d share!
Super cool idea to have a busy board for toddlers! Attach switches, latches , locks etc on a board and hang it up in the room to keep the baby busy! Get your local carpenter to make it! Love it!
Assemble all your sons toy cars and put them together in a frame. It’ll make a great piece of art and will liven up the room considerably!
When guests visit you at the hospital for your newborn baby create a guestbook like this one using mini onesie cutouts! Hang them in a frame with little pegs and get your visitors to write their wishes and comments for keepsake! Quite impressive!
Mommies to boys know how long they can sit when you leave them with a bunch of toy cars! Turn it into a number game by creating a parking lot from a cardboard! Number each parking area and each car too! Make the kids match the numbers to the correct area! This can be done
How pretty do these hot air balloons look? They’ve been made using paper lanterns and mini wicker baskets! Style them the way you want and hang them up in your kids room! Love this diy decorating technique!