1. Beads – bracelets
Very easy craft and helps with fine motor skills! I let him string on as many beads as he could. Then I helped string the names on. Tied and finished!!
Very easy and fun! First, I taped off the L and E. Second, I squirted dabs of paint all over the canvas and let him use his hands and paint brushes to move it around. After he was done playing, I let it dry. When it was dry, I painted his feet red (while in his high chair, highly recommended) and pushed them onto the canvas like a V. Then we painted his hand white and pressed it onto the canvas like an O. We let everything dry and removed the tape! Ta-Da!
3. Footprint Heart Frames
Also very easy. Probably my favorite! I love the vintage look!
I painted his feet red (while in high chair, highly recommended). Then pressed them onto scrapbooking paper in the shape of a heart. I bought some cheap frames from Goodwill. Cut the paper to size and put them in the frame. So easy!
4. Farmhouse Pillows
I love getting pillows as gifts. It’s something I wouldn’t buy myself but I love changing them out with the holidays.
Another thing I probably wouldn’t buy myself but I love! You could add little paper hearts for extra festivities. Also might find some great deals this time of year.
6. Little Cake Pans
Great for wives and kids. You might even get a treat in return! Especially if you buy ingredients to go with it.
7. Mini Scarves
These are the most handy things to have! I tie them on my purse/diaper bag and pull them off whenever I need to get my hair off my face. I use them as headbands or cute little accessories. Click here for hair inspiration!
8. Kids Shirts
Kids get clothes for every occasion. Duh!
All women need more clothes!
These are my personal favorites. I love pearl everything. My engagement ring was a pearl. I’m obsessed.
This necklace is also an essential oil diffuser. Another thing I’m obsessed with.
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This has been a life saver! A back saver for sure!!
Things I would change or do different.
- I ended up putting all the side small pieces back on after I looped the net around the teeth.
- My husband put a small screw on the back side where the fittings are. Nice and flush so he can’t grasp it. You could also glue them, but I wanted to be able to take them apart.
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These are newer than mine (mine sucked)