Enjoy this week’s gems:
- Toddler Craft posted 10 fun activities for toddlers
- Amy at MomAdvice posted a zoo map activity for older kids
- Tsh, the original Simple Mom, writes that kids and nature need each other
- Megan at Simple Kids talks about parenting and the power of touch
- Dr. Cory Allan from Simple Marriage posted the story of his 16 year marriage
- Sherry from Serene Journey shared 10 suggestions for establishing new family traditions
- Joy the Baker posted Root Beer Float Cake
- Lisa at Blessed with Grace posted Green Chili Lasagna and Sauteed Broccoli Spears with Garlic
- Phoebe at Cents to Be Debt Free posted her solution for recipe organization
- The Happy Housewife posted bread machine pretzels
- Ann Marie at Cheeseslave posted how to make vanilla extract
- Kay from Kayotic Kitchen explains how to make butter the easy way
- Lynnae at Being Frugal posted tips for staying cool when it’s hot outside
- Rachel at Small Notebook posted a tutorial for making a simple rack for your pots and pans
- Leah at Apartment Therapy and Melissa at The Inspired Room asked readers to post their best decorating advice
- Alek at From the Right Bank to the Left Coast is hooked on sunrooms
- Brooke at Velvet & Linen shared a breathtaking bathroom transformation
- Amy at A World of Modge Podge made over a cute little end table
- Jessica at Zakka Life posted a tutorial for a homemade jump rope using recycled plastic bottles
- AZ Mom of Many Hats posted a video tutorial on how to make bleach designs on t-shirts
- Little Birdie Secrets posted a novelty pillowcase tutorial
- Joy at Joy’s Hope posted a tutorial for a tutu t-shirt (not that I’ll be making one, but still I like it) and for a simple bandana dress
- Dana at the Old Red Barn Co. is hosting a Quilt Along that looks very cool!
Do you have a great craft idea that involves a 1/4 yard of fabric or a fat quarter? I’m always looking for some! Send them my way, please!
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