I just love coloring Some Odd Girl Stamps. They have nice thick stamp impressions, and simple spaces to color.
Here we have Rocker Mae, who is fun to color because you can use all your bright colors.
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Poster Board, Shower curtain, Cardboard Caption. Hanging with velcro! Easy and Light weight.
Just hot-glue the curtain to the back of the poster board. The whole piece for around $10.00!
We recently moved and we had to get a new dinning table in a hurry. I didn’t want to spend $800 on a new one, so i searched online for a used one. Although there were many in our area, they were not in great condition. So, I found a good quality wood table for $100, and I gave it a much needed face-lift.
Sand with 220 grit, prime, paint, and seal. Voila!
Well, my little darling Madison has discovered Amercian Girl dolls. Which is wonderful- they were a huge part of my own childhood. However, American Girl doll stuff is crazy expensive! We love craft projects, so we decided we were going to start making some projects geared toward American Girls. First off, her dolls (Kirsten and Samantha) have been “freezing cold” this spring. So I took a trip to Hobby Lobby to find some material that would be worthy. And for $3, I found some gorgeous pink fuzzy fabric that I knew would be more than enough to make a comforter set. I had already had a bag of fiberfill that has been sitting in the closet forever, so we were pretty much ready to go. It was a super easy project and ended up costing about $4 instead of the $30+ bed sets listed on the American Girl site. Plus there was the added bonus of getting to do a project with the kids. Riley and Madison learned how a sewing machine worked and really enjoyed helping the project come together.
During the project:
And I’d say she was pretty happy with the result.