(big)B(little)b are for Books

Fundraiser update for 2020 from some pint-sized philanthropists – supporting local community nonprofits.

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Marbled Notes: Paper with Shaving Cream

DIY Tutorial for marbled paper using shaving cream and food coloring.

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Felt Tree Garland to ‘Spruce’ things up

I love a simple isosceles tree silhouette. It is not fussy to cut, feels fresh from fall through winter season and can be used in many different ways from garland, mantle decoration, bunting, table runner or gift wrapping. You also have the opportunity to use the word isosceles, which you probably never thought would happen […]

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Some books we love – 2020

with emphasis on diverse characters, perspectives and ideas from publishers or authors that maybe you have not encountered some we actively sought out a book on a topic that was relevant to us or to expand our universe Audience: Baby – Kindergarten (and beyond!) Not Included Ones we enjoyed but I can’t remember (just keeping […]

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Little Hiker Friendly Trails Near Seattle

A friend asked me for some ‘stroller friendly hikes’ in the area to make the most of the waning days of summer. I never hiked with a stroller but have logged a lot of miles with my littles in wraps, packs and side by side over the last 6 years. What follows would be good […]

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Glittering Ornaments – Canning Lid DIY

A few years ago, I started making a homemade ornaments for family. This year’s ornament is a (be)dazzling canning lid ornament. It is the perfect way to reuse the inner lids (that you can reseal) and if you are anything like me, you might seems always have more of the canning rings than jars. Hmm… […]

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Candy Cane Christmas Trees

Need a quick maybe even last minute holiday treat for school? These candy cane trees are simple, only a few supplies needed and the kids can definitely help or maybe do all themselves. Have a little more time – embellish them with glitter, sequins, poms etc.  I just free-handed a quick tree on a piece […]

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Bowl-y Bugs – Toddler Art Activity DIY

Another fun, quick and easy toddler art activity – bowl-y bugs. Not a specific insect per se, but you could certainly do red and black lady bugs, yellow and black bees but I really like letting my little guy chose his own colors and be creative. Supplies Paper bowls or plates google eyes pipe cleaners […]

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