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Crafty Mamas

Do we have any crafty mamas here? What sorts of things do you like to do?...

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St. Patrick's Day Kid's Craft Ideas

(a whole list of different ones) (3 leprechaun traps) ...

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Party menu pocket tutorial

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Arts and Crafts

Decorating onesies

This is my new favorite craft because it's so easy :smile:. Saw a blog that inspired me... They decorate a onesie to look like the kid is wearing a formal tie. Lol! Wish I had thought of these before Christmas. Such a cheap & cute gift idea....

Moms of Toddlers

No Mess Paint in a Bag

Hi. I tried painting in ziploc bags with my four 17-month old toddlers. It was a no mess success! If you are looking for a fun activity without the clean-up, try this out. Here is a link to the post I did about it: ...

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How to Make Your Own Nursing Necklace

By JustMommies staff

What is a nursing necklace? A nursing necklace is a necklace designed for breastfeeding babies to play with while mom nurses. Once your baby gets to be a few months old, you may have problems with her pulling your hair, scratching you or pinching you. Nursing necklaces are great for distracting your
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How to Make Gel Candles - 11 Easy Steps

By JustMommies staff

Do you love burning beautiful, scented candles? And do you know that you can easily make them yourself? It is exciting and not at all difficult. Here are 11 easy steps to creating unique candles that you can burn at home, give as gifts, or even sell. Materials for gel candle making You will need: gel
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How to Make a Hair Barrette Holder

By JustMommies staff

  How to make a hair barrette holder Supplies you will need: empty oatmeal container two pieces of felt construction paper yarn ribbons crayons paper Step 1 Take an empty oatmeal container and cut the bottom end to about 3 to 5 inches in height depending on how tall you want your hair barrette holder
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