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DIY Children’s Learning Center

Welcome to the Summer of Paper series - where we've invited fabulous guests to create projects using supplies from my Home + Made paper decor line. Hi there TT&J readers! I am Adrianne from Dream Book Design. My husband, Jeremy, and I have a passion for DIY and home renovation. We write about DIY projects, the homes we flip, and even parenting on our blog Dream Book Design. We live in … [Read more...]

DIY Chalkboard Paper Crowns

Welcome to the Summer of Paper series - where we've invited fabulous guests to create projects using supplies from my Home + Made paper decor line. Hi Everyone! I'm Holly from Holly & Company and I am so excited to be sharing this project with you. I'm a jack of all trades crafter who dabbles in scrapbooking, sewing and photography. I also really enjoy digital design and even make free … [Read more...]

Sign Language I Love You Card

Welcome to the Summer of Paper series - where we've invited fabulous guests to create projects using supplies from my Home + Made paper decor line.  Hi Tatertots & Jello readers! My name is Stacey and I blog over at Glued To My Crafts, where I share simple DIY tutorials, kid friendly activities and tasty recipes. I'm super excited to be here today and hope you are inspired by today's … [Read more...]

Minion Inspired Party Ideas (and Free Printables)!

My kids have been so excited to see the new Minions movie. So this weekend when the movie came out we had a little Minions party and then a movie date! And to celebrate I thought it would be fun to have a little party before-hand. Ella and I had a great time making the Minion-themed food. And we completed the party with a printable banner - and I'm sharing it with you at the end of this … [Read more...]

Easy Kids’ Activity Idea — Tablecloth Coloring!

Check out this fun family project to keep kids' hands busy — whether it's summertime at your home, family time at a cabin, or even a family get together anytime of the year. My kids have been on a coloring kick this summer, and that inspired me when I saw this fabric at IKEA! Here's what I did: … [Read more...]

Camp Craft Idea: DIY Wood Necklace

Hi TT&J readers! I'm Taryn from Design, Dining and Diapers and I'm here today to share a fun Camp Craft Idea. I don't know about you, but I loved going to camp as a kid and I loved all the crafts! It was of course my favorite part! I'm going to show you how to make this easy DIY Wood Necklace and personalize it. … [Read more...]

Great Ideas — 20 Summertime Kids Activities!

It's finally starting to heat up here in Utah, and the kids are all about to get out for the summer! One of the hardest things for me during the summer is keeping my kids entertained. To give you a boost planning activities for your kids this summer, here are... 20 Summertime Kids Activities! Printable Summer Journaling Pages @ Simple As That DIY Chalk Paint @ Sweet Little … [Read more...]

DIY Tic Tac Toe Game

Hi There! It's Taryn from Design, Dining and Diapers! The spring weather has officially arrived in the Pacific Northwest, which means we all come out of hibernation and spend every second outside. I'm LOVING it! Spending so much time outside, also leads to more entertaining and more outdoor projects. I've been getting our home ready for summer entertaining and thought it would be fun to make an … [Read more...]

Play-Dough Recipe [With Essential Oils!]

Here's an awesome gift idea - a play-dough recipe updated with essential oils! But this takes it one step farther: include the homemade play dough in a flat plastic box with a resealable lid - and a few fun farm animals. It's a great gift idea for moms with young children, especially with a new baby! This self contained play-dough box includes this recipe that's super easy to make and can … [Read more...]

Easter Finger Puppets

Hi everyone! Kiki from Kiki and Company here to share another free printable with you this month. I LOVE Easter time. I know today is all about green, but I want to get you all excited about pastels today. Ha! One of my kiddos favorite things to do is to play with little characters. I have made them little puppets through all stages of their life, so today I thought I'd add an Easter set to their … [Read more...]