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Thanksgiving Kids Craft: Turkey Windsocks - Need a quick and easy Thanksgiving kids craft? These adorable turkey windsocks made from a recycled tin can, ribbon, Elmer’s glue, and crafty odds and ends are the cutest Thanksgiving turkeys around! #sponsored

Thanksgiving Kids Craft: Turkey Windsocks

Thanksgiving Kids Craft: Turkey Windsocks - Need a quick and easy Thanksgiving kids craft? These adorable turkey windsocks made from a recycled tin can, ribbon, Elmer’s glue, and crafty odds and ends are the cutest Thanksgiving turkeys around! #sponsored

Use a plastic animal toy, wooden plaque and a touch of your favorite spray paint to make this freestanding “handy helper” to hold keys, sunglasses and other entryway odds and ends.

Handy Helpers: DIY Animal Key Holders

Seriously, such a great idea! Use a plastic animal toy, wooden plaque and a touch of your favorite spray paint to make this freestanding “handy helper” to hold keys, sunglasses and other entryway odds and ends.

Jacob Hashimoto    Paper, bamboo, acrylic, Dacron  Odds and Ends - H76" x W20" x D8"    Paper, bamboo, acrylic, Dacron

Odds and Ends Paper, bamboo, acrylic, Dacron Jacob Hashimoto (via Jacob Hashimoto - Selected Exhibitions - Superliner - Detail)

Thanksgiving Kids Craft: Turkey Windsocks - Need a quick and easy Thanksgiving kids craft? These adorable turkey windsocks made from a recycled tin can, ribbon, Elmer’s glue, and crafty odds and ends are the cutest Thanksgiving turkeys around!

Thanksgiving Kids Craft: Turkey Windsocks

Thanksgiving Kids Craft: Turkey Windsocks - Need a quick and easy Thanksgiving kids craft? These adorable turkey windsocks made from a recycled tin can, ribbon, Elmer’s glue, and crafty odds and ends are the cutest Thanksgiving turkeys around! by natalia

Old glass jars can easily be reused to organize almost anything - pantry items, craft supplies, bathroom odds and ends.  Includes how to cut those screws on the knobs so they fit properly.

Reuse Old Glass Jars for Bathroom Organization

Old glass jars can easily be reused to organize almost anything - pantry items, craft supplies, bathroom odds and ends. Includes how to cut those screws on the knobs so they fit properly. (Old Bottle Ideas)

A great way to keep your toddler entertained, learning and just plain busy is to build them a busy board! All you need is a piece of wood and any odds and end that toddlers love to play with: locks, light switches, door stoppers, wheels, bells- you name it!

6 Amazing Busy Board Ideas

Last Minute Latch Young House Love. Can't wait to make Jo her very own latch board! The kids at the library love ours and the homemade ones are so nice looking without the cheesy colors of storebought ones.

another cork Christmas decoration for the tree - I’ve been giving these to my kids as Christmas eve gifts for the past few years. they’re made out of found materials, leftovers and odds and ends

another cork Christmas decoration for the tree - I’ve been giving these to my kids as Christmas eve gifts for the past few years. they’re made out of found materials, leftovers and odds and ends

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