There’s NO WAY this wasn’t going on my blog.
Fierce Disney Bitches.
// from mahalkitalisette
Bubble wrap Painting PART 1. So easy a toddler can do it. But frame it, make it your own and it becomes something you can hang on a wall :) Check out Part II posting of bubble wrap art made by a real artist. Amazing what you can do.
// from truebluemeandyou
A multi-functional rug! Create a soft glow with a softness under foot :)
Via: Home QN.
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// from cajunmama
Doors covered in light switches to confuse visitors and doors within doors for the children to use; everything has a fun element to it. This door has little Pantone reference panels for every color they can see in the nature around them.BRB, trying to figure out the best way to DIY this.
// from whiskeyboat
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Finally did crayon explosion :) now I only have to figure out where/how to hang it!
Step 1: Pick your favorite crayons
Step 2: Peel off the labels (or not)
Step 3: Hot glue crayons on to something (paper,poster board,card board)
Step 4: Turn your blow dryer on as hot as it goes and on desired air flow (depending on how splatted you want it) and aim it at the crayons
Be careful because it gets super messy!
// from thatonegirlkarisa