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glow stick ideafor kids and parties

Water bottles and glow sticks make for perfect glow-in-th-dark backyard bowling pins. Make at least six of these, and use any kind of ball (basketball, soccer ball, etc.) to knock down your glowing pins.

Water bottles and glow sticks make for perfect glow-in-th-dark backyard bowling pins. Make at least six of these, and use any kind of ball (basketball, soccer ball, etc.) to knock down your glowing pins.

DIY Chalkboard Refrigerator

I wanted to create something that was both cute, functional, and could help us organize our grocery list and weekly meal planning. With limited wall space, I decided it would be fun to turn our fridge into our very own chalkboard! It's perfect for me to plan meals and a fun canvas for Peyton when he is old enough to play with chalk, win-win!\n\n
Supplies:\n

- RustOleum chalkboard paint\n
- foam roller\n
- twine/rope (two 50ft bags from The Home Depot\n
- chalk pen\n
- super glue\n
- painter's tape

I wanted to create something that was both cute, functional, and could help us organize our grocery list and weekly meal planning. With limited wall space, I decided it would be fun to turn our fridge into our very own chalkboard! It's perfect for me to plan meals and a fun canvas for Peyton when he is old enough to play with chalk, win-win!

Supplies:
- RustOleum chalkboard paint
- foam roller
- twine/rope (two 50ft bags from The Home Depot
- chalk pen
- super glue
- painter's tape

DIY Baby Moby Wrap for 5 bucks

Materials:
-2.5 yards of knit jersey (or) cotton jersey, 
-Scissors, 
-Thread, 
-Sewing machine (or) hand needles. 
1. Layout your 2.5 yards of knit/cotton jersey (be sure to iron your fabric before starting)


2. Cut the fabric lengthwise or “hot dog” style.
 
3. Sew the two short ends of the fabric together with a basic stitch.

Materials: -2.5 yards of knit jersey (or) cotton jersey, -Scissors, -Thread, -Sewing machine (or) hand needles. 1. Layout your 2.5 yards of knit/cotton jersey (be sure to iron your fabric before starting) 2. Cut the fabric lengthwise or “hot dog” style. 3. Sew the two short ends of the fabric together with a basic stitch.

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