When designing an office/playroom for her family, Lo of A Lo and Behold Life knew a play table was a must. However, she didn’t want to spend hundreds of dollars on a piece of furniture that would only see a couple years of use. As Lo says, “Enter super awesome husband slash carpenter.” Lo showed [...Read More]
Shannon from AKA Design says she loves the simplicity and typography of vocabulary cards, and they also hold sentimentality after years of homeschooling. Shannon has made it easy for you to display your own vintage flashcards with a FREE printable. She’s even sweet enough to share the exact fonts and steps she took to make [...Read More]
Rachel from Craving Some Creativity is absolutely in LOVE with this wall art she created for her son’s room and says it may even be her favorite DIY to date! Rachel and her husband first cut out the frame for the arrow using simple straight and 45 degree cuts. They then cut the inside from [...Read More]
Hanna from Stripes & Polka Dots says she has a love-hate relationship with poufs. She loves the look and function, but why must they be so crazy expensive? Hanna had been thinking (and thinking some more) about making her own until she finally took the plunge, creating this numbered wonder inspired by Land of Nod. [...Read More]
Brit from House Updated needed a kids’ play table that was big enough for large coloring books, Legos, and for two kids to sit side-by-side when the table was pushed against the wall. Her existing table was too small and had seen better days. Brit decided it was time to make a new one to [...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!
As soon as Amanda from Mommy is Coocoo had a daughter she knew she wanted her to have a dollhouse. She loved the versatility of a bookshelf/dollhouse since her daughter may not want to play with dolls forever but would, of course, always have toys and books in need of storage. Amanda was able to create her own from a secondhand wooden dollhouse in need of a little love. With a fresh coat of paint, it’s the perfect little home for her daughter’s dolls or books and other toys!
Forts made out of sheets… zippered play tents…large cardboard boxes… Kids love having their own “secret” hideaways. Christina from 2 Little Hooligans shares at The Girl Creative how she created a special retreat for her little ones using a hula hoop and twin sheets. Christina says this is a beginner project that takes just a couple of hours, and you sure can’t beat the price when store-bought play tents like this cost well over $100. It’s so stinkin’ cute that I want to crawl inside!