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10 Ideas para Reciclar el Cartón y Crear Divertidos Juguetes para Niños

DIY cardboard box washing machine for the dramatic play area! Idea: To practice sorting, add small laundry baskets with different colored cloths or t-shirts beside the washing machine.

These Salt Dough Handprint Ornaments are so easy to make and would be an easy kids craft!

Learn how to make this pretty and glittery Salt Dough Handprint Ornament to place on your Christmas Tree! This is the easiest way to make salt dough!

Adorable caterpillar craft for kids! A paper chain craft that preschoolers can make! Inspired by The Very Hungry Caterpillar book!

Make one special photo charms for you, compatible with your Pandora bracelets. Adorable caterpillar craft for kids! A paper chain craft that preschoolers can make! Inspired by The Very Hungry Caterpillar book!

DIY Baby or Pet Gate Tutorial: Easy and Inexpensive Project

Complete tutorial with plans and cut list to make a simple, attractive, and inexpensive custom baby or dog gate. or rabbit gate for the porch.

Goodness, where is the time going these days?! I’ve been meaning to get this post out for at least a week now…Christmas festivities keep taking priority, and of course I wouldn’t have it any other way.  But, without further ado, one of the easiest projects we’ve DIY’ed in a while…a baby/pet (pet in our case!) gate. Since our darling babies are now 6 and 4 years old, I thought we were LONG past the need for baby gates.  It was a glorious feeling to move so freely from one room of the house…

Top of stairs 10 minute diy baby pet gate, diy, fences, painted furniture, woodworking project

Get the bubble wrap and start stomping with this painting craft!

OTHER IDEAS: Paint bubble wrap, then place sheet of paper over it, using a brayer to transfer design (monoprinting). Or use a rolling pin: wrap it up, securing with tape; paint the bubble wrap;

Homemade Finger Paint Recipe with Fine Motor Activity

(TASTE SAFE) Homemade Finger Paint Recipe with Fine Motor Activity f 2 cups of flour 2 teaspoons of salt 4 cups of water a pot & whisk coloring of choice (the ones I used are these neon gel colors)