This week I was looking to feature four completely different projects! These DIY projects would work for getting excited for wooden castle, sensory table, encouragement cup, and crayon art!
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I have been on a major DIY kick lately! You could probably tell by my Pinterest boards, because I have a lot of future DIY projects planned. So here are a few of my inspirations for this week from some very talented bloggers. Thanks so much to Natalie, Alison, Jenne, and Holly for allowing me to share their projects and tips!
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Natalie from Planet Smarty Pants loved to go on virtual trips with her 4 year old, but her little one was not interested in the cardboard cut out she did. Her hubby (after a good laugh) started designing a castle that was made out of MDF, and it was a success!
Natalie is a working parent who tried to bring purpose to her limited time with her daughter. Her goal is to raise up a compassionate, independent, and enthusiastic thinker.[bctt tweet=”Make a #DIY castle that your kid will go nuts over! “]
DIY Sensory Table
Alison from The Way He Plays loves how a sensory table can encourage all different kinds of play, but she also hates how expensive it is to purchase one pre-made. With a few tools and supplies she was able to make a great table that can be adapted from little toddlers to 7 year olds.
Alison is an Early Childhood Educator, and currently a stay at home Mum. She writes about simple play ideas that she does with her kids, and she believes that play is the most important part of childhood![bctt tweet=”Sensory Table doesn’t have to be expensive! #DIY one with these easy instructions. “]
DIY Encouragement Cup
Jenne from Mooshu Jenne had a close friend who was going through a rough time and decided to make her an encouragement cup. I loved how she had other people help her pick words to brightener her day. Plus this is a great gift she can keep on using.
Jenne started blogging as a way to share the recipes she had created with her kids, but because she received so much great feedback it encouraged her to go even further with her blog. Jenne loves food, photography, writing, her teenage kids, hubby, and adopted rescue dogs.[bctt tweet=”Have a friend who could use some #encouragement? Make them this great cup! @MooshuJenne “]
DIY Crayon Art
Holly from Ramblings of a Fake Redhead was tired of seeing everyone else’s crayon art and vowed to make her own. She has some great tips for minimizing mess, because melting crayons can be crazy messy.
Holly is a writer, a dancer, a dreamer, and a cupcake maker. She lives in Tasmania and is currently studying small business management while working as a barista.[bctt tweet=”Need a fun and colorful #DIY project? How about making some #Crayon Art? @hollyoftherain”]
Never Miss Another DIY Project!
So I hope to get a few of these amazing projects done soon. I think we all need a little creative time to stay sane. Maybe I can disappear in to the craft room soon (aka hide from kids)!
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