Clever Tip: Puzzle Pieces as Wall Decor
We’ve written often about using maps as wall decor and we love Jess’s twist on the idea: use map puzzle pieces!Jess shares: We’re going to be doing a lot of preschool activities at home this year, and I wanted to set off the corner of the boys’ room as a learning area. So I popped out the pieces of a hand-me-down U.S. map puzzle and taped each one to the wall. Voilá, focal point.Voilá indeed! Thanks Jess!(Images: Reader Jessica F.
A Cozy & Eclectic California Apartment
Name: Allison & Luke Location: The Castro; San Francisco, California Size: 715 sq. ft. Years lived in: 2 years; Rented It all started with a table. While visiting a friend recently I remarked on her amazing barn wood kitchen table, “Oh, it’s not mine. It’s on loan from a friend. Seriously, though — you should see the rest of her place.” With those magic words, she put me in touch with Allison, and a week later I found myself standing at her front door.
How to make a magnetic activity wall
It's usually what goes on the wall that can turn a regular space into something unique and beautiful - coloured paint, murals, decals, wallpaper...
Magnetic Paint Additive For Any Color Paint
You'll LOVE your new WallPower! Simply stir these 100% Lead Free Iron Particles called "Magnetic Paint Additive" ~ into any color household or craft paint ~ and apply to wall, canvas or board. It's Easy, Safe, Economical and Best of All ~ Fun!!! HOW TO videos: https://www.bloxshop.com/magart-additive.html https://youtu.be/RaUYfNjN8KU DIRECTIONS Applies like regular paint. Cleans with soap and water. Use Foam Brush or Roller for smooth finish. Stir in between coats. Results vary…
MagArt AdditiveBloxShop Magnetic Additive for Paint Easy . Safe . Economical . Fun COVERAGE Mix 1 jar Additive with 2 cups of paint. Covers up to 10 sq. feet with 2-3 coats. 10 sq. ft = 5'x2' or 3+' x 3+' Total time: 2-3 hours 20 sq. ft = mix 2 jars of additive into 1 quart of paint 30 sq. ft = mix 3 jars of additive into 1.5 quarts (6 cups) of paint 40 sq. ft. = mix 4 jars of additive into 2 quarts (1/2 gallon) of paint To measure square footage for small areas, take desired height and…
Eleanor’s Ikea Hack Book Display
Here’s another awesome Ikea hack to add to the archive. Ohdeedoh reader – and book lover – Emily wanted to create an easy-to-access book display for her daughter Eleanor. One trip to Ikea, twelve dollars, and one hour later, she fashioned these nifty book rails.Says Emily:The books rest on $.99 kitchen towel hangers and are held in place by Bygel rails from the kitchen department.
the evolution of an art wall - A girl and a glue gun
Kids Art Gallery Wall | Here's the perfect way to get your kids' artwork off the fridge and decorate your walls!
Children's Art Gallery wall
Hello! I am so excited to be contributing here on Babyccino Kids. Since its launch I have enjoyed visiting their blog and shop. Babyccino Kids has done such a wonderful job curating and finding the best for children. I am honored to have the opportunity to work with such talented ladies. My son Henrik loves …