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Mrs Ricefield: Upcycled Lamp ~ girly style }{ Tutorial

Don't you love a good thrifty find?'s room had a tall lamp that didn't really match her girly taste and didn't seem to fit the rest of .

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Baby Clothing: Toddler Boy Clothing: New Arrivals

Hanging Hairtie & Elastic Headband Organizer with Elastic - 216 color combinations - Perfect for Elastic Headbands for Babies!

Hanging Hairtie & Elastic Headband Organizer with Elastic - 216 color combinations - Perfect for Elastic Headbands for Babies!(Diy Curtains With Ribbon)

These Indoor Activities For Toddlers are perfect for winter or a rainy spring or summer day and many will help develop fine motor skills. Plus tips to make them harder for pre-school aged kids.

Try these Indoor Activities For Toddlers in winter or summer. They'll help develop fine motor skills & can be made harder for pre-schoolers.

Here is an excellent tutorial for a diaper cake for baby showers!! There are so many ways to jazz these up for a really handy gift/display for a new mom!

Frugal Home Design: DIY Baby Shower Decor Ideas not a bad idea since I would do a diaper cake anyways. my sister will too could have a few people make them for centerpieces.

Cute headband holder from an oatmeal container!

DIY Headband Holder - Quick and Easy! Need::: Empty oatmeal canister 2 pieces of 12 x 12 card stock Candlestick holder Decorative flower for top Tape/glue Scissors. I'm sure I'll need this for Buggy

Dr Suess Wrapped Yarn Hat Pencil Cup Craft DIY

Suess Hat Pencil Cup Craft with Truffula Tree Pencils - Club Chica Circle - where crafty is contagious

oh the places you'll go party decorations - Google Search

Seuss Classroom Crafts and Activities - Design Dazzle

DIY Tutorial Hair Accessories / How to Make a Headband Holder

DIY Tutorial Hair Accessories / How to Make a Headband Holder

Headband Holder DIY- Candle holder + oatmeal container covered in burlap or fabric

embroidery hoops

nursery craft--To make these fabric circles, you need embroidery hoops, fabric, scissors and Elmer’s glue. Place the fabric in the embroidery hoop and glue it along the edge. Then hang the hoops on the wall. From Aedriel's Originals

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