A Forest Frolic gives you some great inspiration for creating fabulous paper dolls… her blog is pretty fun to frolic around too!


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This method of creating Batik fabric is a safe craft to do with kids and a great afternoon project. HEad on over to Simple Analogy where she uses the methods of That Artist Woman to create beautiful fabric art!


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I just love this Camouflage  Valentine idea from Family Fun. What a great idea for a boy to bring for his classmates.

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Pink and Green Mama has a cute little fabric wreath craft that is perfect for a grey day or a quiet weekend! Click on over to see how!

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This heart wreath looks too good on a door to be this simple.

Little Birdie Secrets shows you the How To over at  Living With Lindsay for her 2010 start to her Teach Me Tuesday series. Check out both blogs…it’s …

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Here’s a great Headband from Curly Pops to go with the previous post about the Superhero Poncho! Now your child can be Super from Head to Toe…(even though we know they already are:)

Superhero headbands

Superhero headbands - boys{Found Via Craft Blips}…

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Craftzine.com features a great link for  YOU to inspire YOUR children to use their imagination which is so important for the little ones…so cute!

superheroponchos4Click here to see how from Filth Wizardy!…

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I love these letters and can’t wait to steal a minute and make both the UPPER CASE and the lowercase lettersHappy Together shows you how to make these cute learning softies!


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This scarf is just amazing… Found over at Babble, and taken out as an excerpt from Todd Oldham’s book that I wrote about a little while ago..Kid Made Modern.

potato scarfAgain, this book never ceases to amaze me….Todd Oldham …

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maya*made has great tips on how to create an embroidering basket to teach a lesson on how to embroider. It is so simple you might just have to try it!



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This project is so cute, and even the little ones can have a hand in it! It’s just perfect for a library bag for all those books you take home.

fabricpaintVisit The Mad House for the how-to! You could also …

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