The design guru’s at apartment therapy have just posted a round-up of the most popular decór touches cropping up in little kid rooms this year. Poufs and buntings are among the mix of design flourishes that seem a bit more geared to grown-up tastes.
You’ve child-proofed the vanity. You’ve bought toys for the tub. You’ve added a step stool. Now there’s one more detail to include when planning a children’s bathroom—art! North Caroline Artist John Golden created this colorful set of bathroom golden rules to delight and instruct the little ones. Discover them here.
On your mark. Get set. Go . . . make the Olympics a part of your family routine during the international sports games. We’ve rounded up some links to great craft activities to help your little ones feel the excitement of the world’s largest sporting competition. Go to Activity Village, a UK crafts site, to [...]
Load up on printer ink and toner, because mrprintables.com is a kids activity resource so loaded with great fun and learning, you’ll be clicking PRINT every few minutes. Beautifully-designed games, mazes, party stationery, flash cards and more are right at your fingertips. The ice cream and popsicle game board above is a great choice for [...]
Cube note pads are perfect for quickie grocery lists, spontaneous tic-tac-toe games and even mini-paper airplanes. Now the kids can customize one to show Dad how much they love him. The idea comes from Martha Stewart, but don’t worry—it’s doesn’t involve 50 steps or endless time/patience. How to: http://www.marthastewart.com/272680/fathers-day-notepad?czone=holiday/spring-celebrations-cnt/celebration-father-day¢er=307033&gallery=274629&slide=272680 Paper cubes online: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Blank-Note-Paper-Cubes-Padded-/280698366839 Paper cube [...]