- Baby quilt made from grandma’s vintage sheets – How incredibly sweet is this project? I just love the idea of baby laying his head down at night and snuggling under grandma’s sheets.
- Cardboard barbie house – All I can say is wow. You see that double spiral staircase right? How about the gate? Or the elevator? Or the pocket door?!
- Cardboard space shuttle – I’m a sucker for anything that sparks imaginative play. The lights are a nice touch too.
- Egg carton Earth – I love it when I come across projects for the wee ones that have a modern vibe. Plus I’m up for almost any activity that has a sensory component.
- Rolly Rocky Holey – This project was completely child-driven. Not only did the kids design and construct the game themselves, they also came up with several more impromptu games along the way. Hooray for creativity!
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