I am a storage hoarder. I simply love storage, and when you’ve got kids, you simply can’t have enough. Jamison of Rogue Engineer says he needed to get a handle on the toy situation in his playroom. He turned to Pottery Barn Kids for inspiration and walked away ready to tackle his own bulk bins. […Read More]
Jaime from That’s My Letter teamed up with Ana White to build a 100-piece solid wood block set inspired by Land of Nod. Now I know blocks aren’t technically décor, but… with the multitude of colors and pyramid design, I dare say these blocks would make an artistic statement in any play space or bedroom! Jaime even colored the blocks with food coloring, so they are safe for little ones to chew on build with. That Jaime always thinks of everything!
After creating an amazing pegboard craft supply organizer, Heidi from Honeybear Lane had some of the pegboard left over. The little piece of board spurred on another very cool project in which Heidi repurposed an old table into a workbench for her boys. I love the rustic and more realistic look of Heidi’s bench compared to its plastic store-bought counterparts. And of course the fact that Heidi made it out of things she already had makes me love it all the more!
Jaime from That’s My Letter has wowed me many a times with her handiwork, and this project is no exception. Jaime followed plans from Ana White to build this easel that boasts quite the impressive resume – collapsible, portable, inexpensive and just stinkin’ adorable! Jaime says this is hands-down her favorite build to date, which speaks to how amazing this easel is!
Paula from Sweet Pea fulfilled a little girl’s Christmas wish by making a balance beam for her American Girl McKenna doll. The balance beam was on back order until March so Paula and her husband really came to the rescue. Their little friend tells everyone that her balance beam was crafted by “real live elves.” Too cute!
If you’ve got a daughter into American Girl, then you know there stuff can be crazy pricey. The storage cabinet retails for $349, which is honestly more than I’d spend for a dresser for myself, let alone a doll. Kristen from Lipstick and Sawdust built a similar cabinet designed by Ana White that carried the […Read More]
After having three boys, Brook from Being Brook just loves all the precious pink little girl toys that come with having a daughter. This doll highchair and cradle were no exception and made the perfect additions to the pink play kitchen Brook’s hubby built for their daughter’s birthday. It is so sweet to watch the […Read More]