Remember the days when toys were made of wood and had a solid construction. Well, if you are nostalgic about things like that, then you will love this DIY. A family friend of mine recently made some adorable wooden boats. He has so kindly shared the instructions with me , of which, I am now passing on to you. This DIY wooden toy boat would make a perfect gift for a little one, or it could be a great project to do with a slightly older child.
Well, it’s that time again. Time for the joyous back-to-school celebration! In light of your busy schedule, and your exhausted pocket book, I am offering some free stuff. To help keep your student organized, I have made a complete free school planner printable. This planner is perfect for everyone from middle school all the way through college. But, that’s not all! To ease the strain on your wallet, I am giving away $100 in Amazon eCards!
Well, it is summer and the kids are home playing and dragging out all of their toys, electronics, and what-nots. I know you are probably wishing for a good solutions for storing away all the mess. So, I have created a compilation of DIY projects from several of my favorite bloggers. These great kid’s storage ideas are sure to help with all the clutter. Plus, it will give you a good project, too.
If you have kids or pets, then you know that they can try the patience of a saint with all their messes. Before buying one of these babies, I spent countless hours searching for the best way to remove stains, spills, and puppy accidents from my beautiful rugs. And folks, I promise you that nothing, absolutely nothing will ever replace my SpotBot. They will have to pry it out of my cold dead hands. 😉
If you haven’t yet heard of the latest, new invention in night lights, you have got to see these. I have to say that I absolutely love this product. I ordered just a few to start with, but after seeing how they work, I immediately went back for more. They are safe, automatic, night lights that camouflages themselves as outlet covers.