Karina Fallon
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Sensory Sunday - Touchy Feely Frames using old plastic picture frames. Add some different textures (bubble wrap, faux fur, textured place mats, fabric, ribbon) and let your little one explore! Perfect for babies and toddlers for some sensory play.

Make your own touchy feely frames! An easy DIY sensory play idea for your babies and toddlers using items from around the house.

This clever little open-faced bookshelf is made from a wooden pallet. It would be a nice, rustic addition to a child's reading nook or classroom library.

This clever little open-faced bookshelf is made from a wooden pallet. It would be a nice, rustic addition to a child's reading nook or classroom library.

Thumbprint Dandelion - Kid Craft w/free printable

Blow and make a wish! Today’s Thumbprint Dandelion kid craft idea w/free printable template is super easy to make within minutes and it’s relatively inexpen

Best Ever Mini Cinnamon Rolls - perfect for big gatherings, and ready in just under 90 minutes!! Give these a try and you'll fall in love with their tender, sweet centers and irresistible cream cheese frosting!

Mini Cinnamon Rolls - perfect for big gatherings, and ready in just under 90 minutes! Give these a try and you'll fall in love with their tender, sweet centers and irresistible cream cheese frosting!

Give your budding graffiti artist the finest gear this spring with these DIY Sidewalk Chalk Pops. Your toddler will doodle for days with these homemade craft supplies. Have your kiddo take note that while these chalk pops may look like delicious lollipops, they’re made for sketching, not snacking.

Give your budding graffiti artist the finest gear this spring with these DIY Sidewalk Chalk Pops. Your toddler will doodle for days with these homemade craft supplies. Have your kiddo take note that w

handprint crafts for 2 year old | Bunny Rabbit Handprint Craft For Kids (Easter Idea)

handprint crafts for 2 year old Bunny Rabbit Handprint Craft For Kids (Easter Idea)

If you’re going for a, “No way you made this, it must have come from Anthropologie” wow-factor gift, these mugs will certainly do the trick. Babble’s DIY marble mugs look stunning and store-bought, but the process for making them at home is actually super simple. All you have to do is mix some nail polish with warm water, stir it around, dip your mug in the mixture, and add a sealer once it’s dry. With that kind of ease, you may as well make a few for yourself, too.

To make these gorgeous Marble Mugs, all you need to do is pour nail polish into a container of warm water and dip your mug inside to create this cool design. It takes a little practice (and patience) to get the technique down but it’s well worth the effor