Here are some of my favorite posts from the last couple of weeks
- Mandi from Organizing Your Way gave tips for teaching children to organize at Simple Kids
- Melissa at Another Lunch made what is the most amazing muffin tin lunch I’ve ever seen. It’s based on Little Bunny Foo Foo.
- Jenn at Delicious Ambiguity posted 15 games to play with a blanket
- Emily at Decor Chick threw an elaborate pink birthday party for her daughter’s first birthday
- Amy at Raising Arrows explains how to make homemade peanut butter
- Cheap, Healthy, Good posted 65 one-dish meals that make great leftovers
- Jan at Family Bites posted a free 30-day packed lunch menu that you can download
- Heather from Not a DIY Life posted a great homemade meatball tutorial at On Pans and Kneadles
- Louise from Zen College Life explained why you need renter’s insurance (if you rent your abode, of course) at Home Ec 101
- Lauren from Mama’s Laundry talk explains how to wash your bedroom pillows
- The Pioneer Woman lost her dog recently. Read the whole way to the end; it’s a fabulous and entertaining story.
- A longtime reader of I’m An Organizing Junkie posted a brilliant idea for helping kids to dress themselves
- TipNut posted 35 things to make with fabric scraps (first saw it on BlissReads)
- Gail at My Repurposed Life made her own chalkboard paint
- Care at Obsessively Stitching has finger puppet tutorials for the 3 little pigs, the wolf, and the whole Little Red Riding Hood story. I know a 3-year-old one who would adore these.
- Jessica at Zakka Life posted the easiest homemade barrettes ever
- Kathy at Merriment Designs posted a tutorial for a baby’s toy blanket that I think I’m going to make for our new bebe
- I love the DIY pomanders made from paper flowers at Holiday Crafts and Creations (found via Dollar Store Crafts) so much that I’m thinking of making a couple of Grace’s new hot pink bedroom.
- Leo at Zen Habits posted his brief guide to life
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