Bunnies are adorable and bunnies made out of little baby socks are even cuter. You can wow the kids and adults alike at Easter dinner by pulling out a pint sized bunny for each guest, your little Easter present to all.
Elsiemarley makes this look so easy. You only need a few items to whip up a
lil basket o’ bunnies from itty bitty leftover baby socks. Hey, it’s a green craft too.
Wow. Creativity, beauty, and a bit o’ function…everything great design is all about. Michael from Spool Sewing offers a free how-to and pattern to create this amazing mobile from fallen twigs, some fishing line and eyehooks, and leftover fabric scraps. The fabric bird pattern alone is worth a million. Via.
I hadn't watched TV for almost three weeks. and the first commercial I saw when I turned it on featured some choice modern bedding and baby gear. “Who with such taste would advertise on the Food Network at one in the morning?” I thought. “Ikea? Room and Board?” Nope, Target.
Apparently the retailer has teamed up with DwellStudio for exclusive releases of bedding, a nursery collection, and kitchen/dining materials.
Making stuff is always way more fun when you're using the images of your friends and family as source material. Here's eleven clever projects that allow you to use your own digital photos to create beautiful artwork and fun crafts.
I don't imagine a cuter hat could exist. The Coverall Hat by Oeuf is designed to solve the eternal problem of keeping the hat on the youngster's noggin, where it belongs. The effect, however, is ultimate adorableness.
DIYable? For sure. Can the design translate into an adult model? Absolutely, but we should probably keep our shirts on.
Made from 100% baby alpaca wool, which is non-allergenic.
There’s nothing that can ruin the look of a finely decorated home quicker than a child’s high chair stuck in the corner of the kitchen or dining room. To address this bane of interior design, check out Modern Nursery’s selection of high chairs, and in particular the Nest High Chair. It fits tikes 6 months to 6 years old, and once the offspring doesn’t need the altitude to reach the dining table, the Nest converts to a Nester chair. Continue Reading