Do-It-Yourself, Holidays

Let Love Rule at Your Gingerbread Love Shack!

DIY Gingerbread Love Shack

It’s February, and love is in the air! If you’re anything like me, you had ambitious plans for winter break, but somehow time slipped away from you (or in my case, we battled sickness for three weeks). Either way, I had planned to craft and bake with the kids, but here it is, February already […]

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Do-It-Yourself, Holidays

5 Sugar-Free Ways to Sweeten Valentine’s Day for Your Toddler

Homemade Playdough for Valentine's Day

Nothing says Valentine’s Day quite like a big heart-shaped box of chocolates, but giving your little one a sugar high might not make for the sweetest day for either of you. So in lieu of candy and sweet treats, we’ve come up with a few festive ideas […]

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Do-It-Yourself, Holidays

Hey Valentine, I Like How You Roll

Free Printable Valentines

There are two things I absolutely can’t resist—a good pun and an awesome retro Volkswagen-style bus! This year I combined the two to create these printable classroom valentines for my kiddos to hand out at school. And today I’m sharing the file […]

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Bedding, Do-It-Yourself

How to Make a Crib Sheet

Crib Sheet Tutorial

Nursery bedding has come a long way. Now more than ever, parents have options beyond the plain white, pink, blue and polka dot crib sheets that previously dominated the market. But sometimes those adorable trendy printed sheets can be out of your budget […]

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Do-It-Yourself, Room Decor

An Adorable Take on Nursery Letter Art

DIY Felt Ball Letter

We recently completed a cute little nursery for Brooke Mahan of What’s Up Moms?, and one of our favorite items in the nursery is the felt ball letter C that we made especially for her. We loved it so much that we wanted to create one for Jen’s little girl Julia. […]

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Do-It-Yourself, Wall Decor

DIY String Art Monogram

String Art Monogram - Project Nursery

I know you’ve seen impressive string art all over the web. Brings you right back to sixth grade art class, doesn’t it? You can dust off your crafting skills, too, because I tried it, and it really is simple. […]

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