Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Easy DIY Anna Costume

Love Disney's movie Frozen has never really changed since it was released last year. Lots of girls are still in love with the movie and would love to play pretend to be like Anna or Elsa.

For Disney Frozen fans here is a quick fix for an Anna costume:

Anna's DIY Frozen Costume

10 DIY Hair Bow Holder Tutorials You Can Make at Home

Trying to figure how to organize your little girls' hairbows, in a stylish and chic way? Well, I have gathered a few tutorials on how you can make hairbow holders for them which can double up as a decor in their rooms as well. 

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Sheriff Callie Wild West Costume

Sheriff Callie is one of Disney Junior's popular animated characters. She is the sheriff of the town of Nice and Friendly Corners. If you want to look like her for a party or for Halloween, here are some tips to help you.

Monday, August 4, 2014

Back to School with Sofia the First

A few days and your child will be back to school. Have a themed school supplies for your little princess. Here is a collection of Sofia the First school supplies:

Personalizable Sofia the First Backpack from Disneystore.com
Add your child's name on these pretty backpack to make it personalized.

Disney Princess Costumes for Babies 2014

We're only a few months away from Halloween,have you thought of what your little baby girls would wear? If you are a Disney Princess fan, then why not dress them in these lovely costumes?

Baby Ariel looks lovely on this aqua and purple gown.

Monday, July 28, 2014

DIY Stamps from Common Household Objects

Stamping is a fun activity for kids. But buying different stamps can be quite pricey, so why not make your own with materials made from objects found inside the house? There are lots of things you can find that you can use to make your own stamps. Let your imagination and creativity grow wild.

Here are some ideas to inspire you in making your own stamps:

1. DIY Cardboard Stamp from Housing a Forest
2. SimpleValentines Stamp from Housing a Forest 
3. DIY Holiday Stamps from Tatertots and Jello 
4. DIY Four Leaf Clover  by Prudent Baby 

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Organizing Your Playroom

The playroom is the room of both fun and chaos in the house. Why not eliminate the chaos and leave the fun? By organizing the playroom, your life would be more at peace and kids would be enjoying their toys and their play time even more.

But organizing the play room is a big challenge. It is also an overwhelming task for some. So here are some of the best ideas I've gathered to help you in and inspire you in organizing your children's playroom.

1. Use Labels

Using labels to label your toy bins or boxes are very effective in organizing your play room. Be creative in putting labels, you can use different media in creating labels such as chalk paint, stickers, keychains, and more.

Photo Credits on clockwise order:
 labels with photos from thehandmadehome.net,
 text labels from bhg.com
and photo labels from bhg.com

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