Colorful DIY Christmas Board Game

Colorful DIY Christmas Board Game
This cool Christmas board game is awesome to spending time with your little ones and just to have fun. Prepare air drying modelling clay, white, acrylic paint: white, red, green, orange, black, brown, a paint brush, a skewer, a cork board, an exacto knife, a ruler, paper and pencil, or template below, transfer paper, masking... 
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DIY Rustic Checkers Game Not To Be Bored

DIY Rustic Checkers Game Not To Be Bored
Bored? Go play chess! You’ll need black and white checked fabric, cut to eight-and-a-half squares by eight-and-a-half squares, sixteen small wood rounds, black and white craft paint and a small brush, 26″ of leather cord, pins, a safety pin, a sewing machine or basic sewing skills. Start by making the casing for the leather cord.... 
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DIY Magnetic Play Board For Your Little Ones

DIY Magnetic Play Board For Your Little Ones
Kids love magnetic boards! They are cool to play with and can teach them letters and words. To make one you’ll need a stainless steel or other magnetic metal board, a drill, metal screws and washers, foam bath letters, adhesive magnet tape and hot glue gun and glue. Start by measuring the side of the... 
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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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