As Riley is starting to grow out of the things I normally make (baby bibs, hats, crib shoes), I’ve been looking for something new to make for her. I stumbled upon a few skirt tutorials, and it turned out to be just what I was looking for. These skirts are super easy! You can whip …
If you don't have much space to work with, concentrate on building up instead of building out. These floating shelves, for instance, are stylish and practical. What makes them even better is their budget-friendly price tag—each one came out to just $40 in wood.
Need some ideas for upcyling wooden chairs? Psst, over here - check out my step by step DIY! Transform your chair with chalk paint to make it unique and beautiful. Its a super fun project, so lets give your flea market finds a makeover shall we?
Turn Milk into Plastic! - great science experiment to make plastic! Hands on and engaging especially for our older students with special learning needs. A great addition to your Earth Day or Recycling unit. Read more at: http://www.howweelearn.com/turn-milk-into-plastic/
Hi! I’m kimbo from a girl and a glue gun and I’ve got a super fun craft for you to keep the kids entertained this summer, part of the Make and Takes summer series Get Out and Play!!! Craft up... Continue Reading →
You might remember my post last month on the DIY Outdoor Movie Theater Screen. Well, apparently that wasn’t big enough or cool enough for my awesome hubby. He wanted something HUGE! So, away he went figuring out how to make the screen even more MASSIVE. This screen is 20 feet long by 10 feet high. … Continue reading "DIY Massive Movie Screen Instructions"