What a wonderful way to preserve the image of your child's hand! This easy embroidery could be framed, turned into a pillow or hung on the wall still in the hoop. Sweet and simple by A Number Of Things :)
The Toby Show has some wonderful ideas and tutorials for inexpensive toys and these hay bales and hen nests are just a few of them. I think they're adorable and would make a lovely accessory to any child's play area. They'd be perfect as stocking stuffers too! Did I just say that?! Yep, less than one hundred days...
Paper Dolls For Boys has a very creative theme for a birthday party: colonial times! Sack races, tri-corn hats, rock candy and singing Yankee Doodle Dandy are just some of the fun details of this great party so be sure to check it out :)
Chasing Cheerios shares how she made these block puzzles using illustrations from picture books found at the thrift store. This is a great way to further the enjoyment of a favorite story or make as a gift to go along with the book itself. You can cover just one side of the blocks or do a different picture on each side :)