Cool DIY Felt Wheel To Teach Kids Colors

Cool DIY Felt Wheel To Teach Kids Colors
Wanna teach your kids colors? Here’s a cool idea! The supplies are felt in all colors, a pencil/white colored pencil, fabric scissors, poly fill, embroidery floss, embroidery needle, Velcro circles, cardstock for templates. First cut a circle template from cardstock using your Cricut, search the images using “color wheel” and bam there it is. The... 
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Colorful DIY Doll Softies For Your Kids

Colorful DIY Doll Softies For Your Kids
These cool softies from we-are-scout.com will be a great gift for your kids, let’s make a couple. Cut out a piece of card that’s one inch square. Using the card as a guide, draw small marks on the fabric at about one inch intervals, making sure you follow the curves of the doll’s outline. Then... 
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DIY Patterned Waterproof Bib To Make

DIY Patterned Waterproof Bib To Make
A waterproof bib is a must in every home where there’s a baby. Today we are sharing a tutorial to make one, so prepare a bib pattern, patterned waterproof fabric, solid waterproof fabric for making bias tape, velcro for closure and thread. Print off the bib pattern. Cut out the fabric. You will need a... 
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DIY Chalkboard Arrow Growth Chart

DIY Chalkboard Arrow Growth Chart
If you have kids, you probably mark their height somewhere, so we offer you to make this fun arrow growth chart for making it comfy and fun. Prepare 1 1×6 pine board, a jigsaw, a block sander, chalk paint. Measure 1′ from the top and 1′ from the bottom and then just play around with... 
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DIY Easter Suprise Egg From Colorful Yarn

DIY Easter Suprise Egg From Colorful Yarn
These DIY Easter Surprise Eggs are super fun to make! They’re perfect for Easter brunch or dinner to place on a table setting as an addition to the charming decor. For adults, fill it with delicious chocolates and for kids, throw in some toys and fun Easter surprise treats! To make them you’ll need small... 
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DIY Felt Tic Tac Toe For Having Fun

DIY Felt Tic Tac Toe For Having Fun
This felt tic tac toe, that Oleanderandpalm blog had shared, is an awesome idea for parties and for having fun with kids. All you need is a little felt, some scissors and you can either sew the game board pieces together, or just glue them with felt glue. Cut two squares of felt. The bottom... 
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