We're redecorating our twins' room as they transition from toddlers to preschoolers. Here's some of our inspiration:
Nothing transforms a room like wallpaper. Our latest favorites are Sian Zeng's new magnetic dinosaur design (kids can interact with magnets!), this psychedelic zoo paper, and this unexpected bold, black background.
We're creating a kid-friendly art gallery wall. We love this mix. And these happy Wee walls. And Lisa Congdon's illustrations. And turning the corner.
Stacked mattresses are a fun fort-friendly alternative to a plain old bed.
While we're not into theme-y spaces, a deer room could work.
Our favorite pins this week are Earth Day and Easter inspired.
Gardening is one of our favorite Earth Day activities for kids. This kit – or this one – make it super easy to get started.
If Laura Ingalls was your childhood hero, consider introducing your kids to life on the prairie with this incredible little Prairie Dollhouse.
Best DIY craft of the week: yarn-wrapped sticks with bells.
Fingerprint painting is always a hit. Our kids are making Easter brunch placecards with these happy little chicks.
These DIY geometric Easter cards make us want to get it together to send Easter cards.
Oh, hi little bunny.
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We're loving these springtime picks, especially for Easter celebrations.
Instead of baskets, try these DIY bunny bags or jars.
For an alternative to hiding eggs, hunt blocks instead.
We try to include a book in our Easter baskets each year. This one features Celerina the bunny.
Make these origami Easter bunnies or little clay rabbit bowls.
We're inspired to bake these bunny cookies filled with strawberry butter cream. Mmmm.
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From happy toys to a piñata DIY, here are a few of our favorite things this week:
With these hand painted wood portrait dolls, you can get a family that looks like yours!
The cutest little checkers set we've ever seen.
This pretty wooden popsicle would be sweet in an Easter basket.
Get a jump on Cinco de Mayo and make your own mini piñatas, from Little Inspiration blog.
If you're doing some spring sprucing in your kid's room, our collection of prints on art.com adds instant whoa.
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We're in a colorful mood this week. Here are a few things that caught our eye.
Are you as nostalgic as we are about Fisher Price's Little People?
Can't wait to try kid-friendly printmaking with a lint roller and foam shapes. And maybe these suncatchers.
This rainbow of lima beans would make for a fun game in the sensory table.
Spring has spruung in this happy Helen Dardik poster.
We're currently reading The Day the Crayons Quit (over and over and over).
You know what's awesome? Yellow.
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A few things we loved this week...
Samantha Lee creates works-of-art foodscapes for her kids.
Remember Tinkertoys? Think of this as a DIY version, using marshmallows and toothpicks.
We love the CHOMP puzzle book.
We're contemplating a kids' room makeover, and are inspired by bold pattern and gorgeous wallpapers.
Sian Zeng designs magical magnetic wallpaper – kids can create stories with it!
For kiddos who are scared of the dark, how cute is this bunny night light?
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The Olympics have been prompting lots of "where's that country?" discussions at our house. And our kids are obsessed with maps. So with that in mind, here are a few of our favorite map-related pins this week.
A favorite kids' book that's worthy of coffee-table-display.
We put a big 'ol schoolhouse vintage map in our playroom. Here's a similar one we love. This one, too.
How fun is this fabric velcro world map?
The lovely Fine Little World poster, illustrated by Steffie Broccoli in collaboration with Fine Little Day, is filled with cute details, animals and buildings representative of the world's various parts.
Kids can draw their own map, to help Leo the lion (who's a little lost) find his way home, with this free activity sheet from the Wee Workshop.
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Happy Valentine's Day! Here's our favorite (and easy) heart DIY.
In honor of International Friendship Week, we recommend this brilliant picture book about imagination, adventure and making new friends.
Have you heard of moon sand? It's our answer to an in-the-house sandbox (sans mess).
We're loving this IKEA hack dollhouse. And speaking of hacks, check out Tattly Hack #103 (including a weightlifting porcupine tattoo).
We can't get enough of the Olympics. (Did you see the luge?) And here are a few fun ideas for kid-friendly viewing parties.