When challenged by Ana White to use scrap wood to create a project, Jaime of All Trades decided she would make a gift for her niece’s upcoming fourth birthday. She knew Land of Nod’s Tabletop Puppet Theatre would be the perfect size for her little niece and was able to slightly modify the measurements to […Read More]
Ashleigh from Beckham + Belle fell in love with the Land of Nod Confetti Shower Curtain while shopping for her kids’ shared bathroom. Unfortunately, the Land of Nod version was $89. Not to mention it didn’t match the color scheme Ashleigh had worked up for the room. Ashleigh decided to DIY it, and all it […Read More]
Sara from Embrace My Space finds Land of Nod’s catalog quite dreamy but not agreeable with her stay-at-home mom budget. She especially loved an idea she came across on their blog for combining colorful wall ledges for a rainbow effect. In fact, Sara loved it so much she overcame her aversion to power tools to […Read More]
Lidy of Hello Lidy was shopping at a yard sale when she came across some vintage clips that had tons of character. She snatched them up but wasn’t quite sure what to do with them once she got them home. Then she saw Land of Nod’s jumbo wall clips, and inspiration struck! Lidy’s clips may […Read More]
Beth and Nick from Reality Daydream have created a beautiful bedroom for their twin daughters that is chock full of DIY projects. One place the girls love to spend time is at their drop-down secretary desk. Of course, they needed some cutie patootie chairs to sit in while coloring and creating artistic masterpieces! Beth and […Read More]
Ashlea from This Mamas Dance hit up her scrap wood pile to replicate a set of Land of Nod bunk beds that retail for $1,600. Ashlea followed plans from Ana White for this beginner project. Thanks to her resourcefulness with the scrap wood all Ashlea had to purchase were the nuts and bolts. That means […Read More]
Are you hosting a holiday meal this year and need a last-minute centerpiece idea? Rebecca of The Crafted Sparrow shares a tutorial for making tabletop trees using paper-mache cones and budget-friendly felt. Rebecca created adorable stands for her trees by stacking wooden spools. You could also use candlesticks if you have some on hand. I […Read More]
For school-age kids summer means endless days of outside play, water fun, popsicles…. and summer reading! And what better place to snuggle up with a book than in a cozy play tent like this one that Erin from Life in the Dub Lane made for her son? Like Erin suggests, this would also be a great addition to the classroom for all you teachers out there. Your kids will love having their own private escape, and you will love the fact that you saved tons of money!