Hannah McHardy

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Ikea Hack Map Table - It is so easy to upcycle and transform a plain Ikea side table with some map wrapping paper and make this gorgeous map table.

Ikea Hack Map Table - It is so easy to upcycle and transform a plain Ikea side table with some map wrapping paper and make this gorgeous map table.

A Fun round up of 20 Washi Tape Crafts that will take any item from bland to glam! Enjoy and get crafting with this fun round up.

A Fun round up of 20 Washi Tape Crafts that will take any item from bland to glam! Enjoy and get crafting with this fun round up.

Washi Tape Gift Tags for Any Occasion

Washi tape gift tag for any occasion. Grab some cardstock, and your washi tape and make a stack of gift tags suitable for all the gifting occasions coming up. You can make the tags from scratch by cutting up your cardstock, or use a ta…

Calming Lavender Playdough sensory activity for kids

This lavender playdough is not only great for sensory play with kids but it was a great calming activity for them too. Perfect for over-excited kids!

You Are Beautiful Gift Bag by Samantha “Scarlyton” Carlton | www.rangerink.com

You Are Beautiful Gift Bag by Samantha “Scarlyton” Carlton | www.rangerink.com

Bullet Journal Inspo, Kid Art Projects, Positive Vibes, Journaling, Creativity, Notebooks, Paper Crafting, Caro Diario, Art Projects Kids

Happy Sloth Sunday! Did you know Three-toed sloths can turn their heads almost 360 degrees? You can see it clearly in this picture of Ady! Sloths can have up to three extra neck vertebrae at the base of their neck which gives them the possibility to swivel their necks up to 270 degrees in either direction, or three-quarters of a complete rotation. Credits: Picture by Intern Jenn Nguyen

Happy Sloth Sunday! Did you know Three-toed sloths can turn their heads almost 360 degrees? You can see it clearly in this picture of Ady! Sloths can have up to three extra neck vertebrae at the base of their neck which gives them the possibility to swivel their necks up to 270 degrees in either direction, or three-quarters of a complete rotation. Credits: Picture by Intern Jenn Nguyen