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DIY PoshTots Liam Headboard Bed For $200!

You guys....I absolutely fell in love with the Liam Headboard from PoshTots the second I saw it on Apartment Therapy, but at a price tag of $1925...I knew that I would NEVER pay that amount for a stinking headbard...so I went to work...jk...I put my…
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Free Halloween Printables

One of the easiest ways to decorate your home for Halloween is by throwing some of these fun Halloween printables in a frame! I created these 4 Halloween themed printables just for you! Download them and pop them into a frame to put on your…
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DIY Decoupage Dr. Seuss Read Sign for Children’s Book Nook

I'm in the middle of combining my daughter's room with my son's nursery...only he never had a nursery. From the day he was born, Finley slept in our room because we didn't have a nursery for him. The time has come, however, for him to move out of our room (finally!) and join his sister in her room.

[bctt tweet="Super cute way to re-use Dr. Seuss Books!" username="naptimenation"]

read-instructions I'm still putting the new room together, but I wanted to make a cute room sign above the kids bookcase. So I purchased these classic style letters are Walmart (or you can grab these on Amazon) and purchased some old Dr. Seuss books at Goodwill. pages These were super simple to make and if you've never worked with ModPodge before prepare to have some sticky fingers! ;) The first thing I did was rip out some colorful pages out of the book. I looked for cool patterns and shapes and of course, some of my favorite characters to include on the letters. book-nook-letters Then what I did was covered the letter in a thick layer of ModPodge and layed the page onto of it. I then covered the top of the page with Mod Podge until it was pretty wet. While it was still wet, I was able to wrap the pages around the edges of the letter. ModPodge is VERY forgiving, so if a page rips, you can just use the ModPodge to glue it down and then cover it with another tiny piece of paper. You'll also want to make sure to work out any air bubbles that come up under the paper.

DIY July 4th Pinwheel Wreath

4thofjulywreath Yesterday, was my official full day of working from home with the kids on summer vacation. ACK! I decided to take them to the craft store to keep them occupied and to spy out some 4th of July craft ideas! I purchased a floral wreath, 4th of July themed ribbon and some colored cardstock and made this cute 4th of July Pinwheel!
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