Button flowers are always a favorite of mine and I love how wild and whimsical these versions look! Created at Pepper Paints, she has a lovely step-by-step photo tutorial to get you started on your own posies :)
If you haven't checked out Muffin Tin Monday at Sycamore Stirrings you need to at least take a peak! The latest round was themed Children's Literature and there are some very impressive submissions; I can't wait to see what is coming up next :)
Oh my gosh, look how cute this gourd dollhouse is by Bitter Betty! This would make a memorable gift for any child, even those in their 40's that write craft blogs ;) Don't miss the curtains in the windows and the little spool table and chairs too! Have fun, I'm off to look for gourds!
I am really loving these fabric wrapped initials by GoodyGoody! They are totally doable for the older kids but would make great gifts for the younger ones. Small versions would be nice as gift toppers or ornaments and large ones are a wonderful way to personalize a child's room. Think of choosing baubles that reflect the child's interests for an even more personal gift :)
A photo scavenger hunt is a wonderful idea for a child that isn't reading yet; making it a seasonal scavenger hunt puts it into the brilliant category! The post says she will email the PDF above to anyone interested but that was a year ago so I'm not sure if it's still available but it wouldn't hurt to ask with a pretty please and a cherry on top! All the details and brilliance at Wee Life!