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20 Ideas for Your 30th Birthday Party via Brit + Co.

6 Clever Engagement Party DIY Projects - DIY wedding planner with diy wedding ideas and How To info including DIY wedding decor inspiration and tutorials. Everything a DIY bride needs to have a fabulous wedding on a budget!

DIY Pom Poms and even prettier than the tissue ones

Sydney, imagine your lanterns and pompoms lit up in a corner of a room! A Simple Kind of Life: How To: DIY Pom Poms. (Plus gorgeous paint color- Martha Stewart 'sharkey Gray')

alisaburke: colored pencils: a few tips and tricks

alisaburke: colored pencils: a few tips and tricks baby oil from CVS with crayola color pencils help erase the color pencil off the paper, so if u make a mistake in color use baby oil with a Q tip to rub it off

I am making two of these for my boys. I think they would be perfect for dinner outings to keep them occupied while waiting for dinner. Modern Parents Messy Kids: Playtime: Green Activites & Art Projects for the Whole Family

Make I Spy jars to keep the kids busy while traveling in a car or sitting in a doctor's office. - - -Toddler busy bag ideas Love the green trend. Good I Spy for an older child.

Watch out water balloons - here's some summer time fun!

Game of tag on a scorching hot day, squishy sponge balls are summer's alternative to snowballs. Made from dollar store kitchen sponges that are cut up and tied together, they last longer than water balloons and are softer and splashier than regular balls.

Time-out bottles. Fill a bottle with 3/4 water, one bottle of glitter glue, & ultra fine glitter. Then send this bottle with your child to timeout and they can watch it settle to calm them. Once the glitter is settled their time is up! i was looking for this pin, thanks for pinning!

Calm-down & time-out bottles: Fill a bottle full of water. Add one bottle of glitter glue & ultra fine glitter. Send this bottle with your child to timeout - to watch it settle and calm him/her. Once the glitter has settled, time-out is up!

Ocean in a bottle

January 2014 Lots of ideas for making various discovery bottles to keep the kids busy. Trying glitter, baby oil, water. We will see what S thinks.