This Caterpillar Clothespin is a fun project for all ages! These handmade clips add a cute touch to the refrigerator and serve a real purpose when it’s time to tuck open bags back into the pantry. They also make a great handmade gift for grandparents, neighbors, and teachers. To find out what you will need… Read More
My three year old loves to use binoculars. Even out of focus, there’s not a chance in the world he can see through them, binoculars. When my tot is watching a football game, searching the sky for planes, or hunting for backyard insects – he “needs noculars”. To keep his fingerprints off of our finer… Read More
DIY Ceramic Tile Photo Coasters. Perfect for Mother’s Day. Because Mother’s love displaying photos of their babies. Just ask me… those are my two babies displayed on this photo coaster. And because Mommas love receiving an original & thoughtful gift, that their babies took the time to create just for them.
My lil’ guy loves bath toys and he especially loves sailboats. Lately he has also been working really hard at learning to spell & write his name. To join my little guy’s love of counting along with sailboats and learning how to spell his name we made Sailboats out of a pool noodle, foam paper… Read More
At our last house we had a wood sandbox complete with an attached blue & white striped umbrella. It was quite the gathering spot for my morning tea with my little guy as well as play dates with his friends. Unfortunately the wood didn’t hold up so well and neither did the umbrella in the… Read More
Crayola defines Color Wonder markers as “inks that color only on special paper and won’t color on skin, furniture or fabric”; it is “mess free”; for “ages 3+”; and is “the magic of color without the mess!” tagipedia defines a 3 year old as an active, smiley, cuddly being who loves the outdoors; trusts there… Read More