Mattel Electronics - learned how to play football playing one of these (the four downs 10 yards, etc.) by ava
ava
ava Mattel Electronics - learned how to play football playing one of these (the four downs 10 yards, etc.)
Birthday Ideas
Look Whoos Turning One Two Three Four Etc by BowHeadBowtiqueInc, $30.00 by ava
ava
ava Look Whoos Turning One Two Three Four Etc by BowHeadBowtiqueInc, $30.00
Birthday Ideas
1. $5 gift cards (Starbucks, McDonalds, Amazon, Borders etc).    2. A favorite candy (my mom always got us those plastic candy canes filled with M&M;'s)    3. Decorative cupcake liners (I found some great ones here)    4. A favorite magazine    5. Camera strap cover (like the one I gave away here) - note, that giveaway is closed!)    6. Packets of flower or herb seeds for planting    7. Personalized stationary    8. Slipper socks    9. Silly putty (another thing I always got as a kid)    10. Rubber coated paddle attachement for a mixer like this one    11. Monogrammed iPhone Case    12. Nail polishes    13. Sharpie Pens    14. Chapstick    15. Hair bands    16. Small crosswords puzzle book    17. Crayons    18. Body wash    19. Piggy Bank with coins    20. Personalized M&M;'s that say Merry Christmas    21. Clip on book reading lamp    22. Measuring spoons or cups    23. Cute wine stopper    24. Scarf    25. Stickers    26. Monogrammed coasters (there's a great how to here)    27. Lottery tickets    28. Deck of playing cards    29. Rubix cube    30. Loofa    31. Hair clips    32. Cuticle set    33. Jewelry    34. Batteries    35. Cooking extracts - vanilla, mint, orange etc.    36. Mittens    37. Scented candles    38. Bookmarks    39. Fishing lures    40. Knitting or Crochet needles    41. Lotion    42. Play Dough    43. Golf tees or balls    44. Matchbox cars    45. Memory card    46. Cd's    47. Tools    48. Wash/Dish rags    49. Diaper genie refills (you laugh, but I would love those in my stocking!)    50. Specialty olive oils such as this one    51. Eyeshadow    52. Unusual pastas like this red chili linguini    53. From the Kitchen of labels like these    54. Gardening gloves    55. Tickets to the aquarium    56. Address book    57. An orange - to shape out the toe of the stocking!    58. Ice scraper    59. Small digital camera    60. A teasing comb for all the southern girls    61. Cookie cutters    62. A good book    63. Retractable ID or key holder    64. Makeup bag    65. Nice wooden spoons    66. Gift card to go see a movie    67. USB Drive    68. Small photo frames    69. Wallet    70. Personalized water bottle like this one    71. Speciality teas - here is one of my favorites    72. Garden markers (for herbs etc)    73. Scented antibacterial kitchen hand soap    74. Pumice stones    75. Travel sized games (connect four, uno, etc)    76. Gourmet spice mixes    77. Small sketchbook    78. Fridge magnets    79. Stencils for crafting    80. Tickets to go see a musical performance    81. Kid paint set    82. Extra Wii controllers    83. Small calendar for your purse/backpack    84. PJ's    85. Wristlet to hold a small digital camera like this one of mine from one of my 1st blog posts!    86. Wine glass charms    87. Freezable teether's    88. Osis Dust It click here    89. Monogrammed onesie or tee    90. Money clip    91. Set of markers    92. Gourmet hot chocolate like this one    93. Ring holder    94. Wine aerator    95. Cufflinks    96. Pedometer    97. Personalized purse mirror like this one    98. DVD's    99. Cell phone car charger    100. Child sized harmonica    101. Luggage tags    102. Personalized coffee cup    103. Travel alarm clock    104. Baby legs    105. Personalized mom bracelet or necklace with children's birthstones    106. Perfume/Cologne    107. Speciality chocolates such as See's    108. Mini tripod    109. Cute umbrella    110. Earbuds    111. Flower bulbs    112. Monogrammed baby wipes case    113. Passport holder    114. Raw honey like this    115. Small digital picture frame    116. Webkinz    117. Snow cap    118. Digital luggage scale: here's one    119. Chalk    120. iTunes giftcard    121. Digital measuring tape    122. Bubbles    123. Watch    124. Wine thermometer    125. Tickets to the zoo    126. Speciality coffee such as this one    127. Bath toys    128. Monogrammed burp rags    129. Makeup brush set    130. Binoculars    131. Barbies    132. Child "character" flashlights    133. Jewelry box    134. Recipe cards    135. Swiss Army knife    136. Belt    137. Small lint roller    138. Key chain    139. Baby rings to attach toys to a carseat    140. Coloring book    141. Birthstone earrings    142. Throwback candy - Pez dispensers, pop rocks, nerds, fun dip.    143. Kindle    144. Scrapbooking supplies    145. Personalized fortune cookie (you can have your own message put into them)    146. Universal remote    147. Hand sanitizer    148. Silly Bandz    149. Family Christmas ornament    150. A handwritten note from Santa by liz
liz
liz 1. $5 gift cards (Starbucks, McDonalds, Amazon, Borders etc). 2. A favorite candy (my mom always got us those plastic candy canes filled with M&M;'s) 3. Decorative cupcake liners (I found some great ones here) 4. A favorite magazine 5. Camera strap cover (like the one I gave away here) - note, that giveaway is closed!) 6. Packets of flower or herb seeds for planting 7. Personalized stationary 8. Slipper socks 9. Silly putty (another thing I always got as a kid) 10. Rubber coated paddle attachement for a mixer like this one 11. Monogrammed iPhone Case 12. Nail polishes 13. Sharpie Pens 14. Chapstick 15. Hair bands 16. Small crosswords puzzle book 17. Crayons 18. Body wash 19. Piggy Bank with coins 20. Personalized M&M;'s that say Merry Christmas 21. Clip on book reading lamp 22. Measuring spoons or cups 23. Cute wine stopper 24. Scarf 25. Stickers 26. Monogrammed coasters (there's a great how to here) 27. Lottery tickets 28. Deck of playing cards 29. Rubix cube 30. Loofa 31. Hair clips 32. Cuticle set 33. Jewelry 34. Batteries 35. Cooking extracts - vanilla, mint, orange etc. 36. Mittens 37. Scented candles 38. Bookmarks 39. Fishing lures 40. Knitting or Crochet needles 41. Lotion 42. Play Dough 43. Golf tees or balls 44. Matchbox cars 45. Memory card 46. Cd's 47. Tools 48. Wash/Dish rags 49. Diaper genie refills (you laugh, but I would love those in my stocking!) 50. Specialty olive oils such as this one 51. Eyeshadow 52. Unusual pastas like this red chili linguini 53. From the Kitchen of labels like these 54. Gardening gloves 55. Tickets to the aquarium 56. Address book 57. An orange - to shape out the toe of the stocking! 58. Ice scraper 59. Small digital camera 60. A teasing comb for all the southern girls 61. Cookie cutters 62. A good book 63. Retractable ID or key holder 64. Makeup bag 65. Nice wooden spoons 66. Gift card to go see a movie 67. USB Drive 68. Small photo frames 69. Wallet 70. Personalized water bottle like this one 71. Speciality teas - here is one of my favorites 72. Garden markers (for herbs etc) 73. Scented antibacterial kitchen hand soap 74. Pumice stones 75. Travel sized games (connect four, uno, etc) 76. Gourmet spice mixes 77. Small sketchbook 78. Fridge magnets 79. Stencils for crafting 80. Tickets to go see a musical performance 81. Kid paint set 82. Extra Wii controllers 83. Small calendar for your purse/backpack 84. PJ's 85. Wristlet to hold a small digital camera like this one of mine from one of my 1st blog posts! 86. Wine glass charms 87. Freezable teether's 88. Osis Dust It click here 89. Monogrammed onesie or tee 90. Money clip 91. Set of markers 92. Gourmet hot chocolate like this one 93. Ring holder 94. Wine aerator 95. Cufflinks 96. Pedometer 97. Personalized purse mirror like this one 98. DVD's 99. Cell phone car charger 100. Child sized harmonica 101. Luggage tags 102. Personalized coffee cup 103. Travel alarm clock 104. Baby legs 105. Personalized mom bracelet or necklace with children's birthstones 106. Perfume/Cologne 107. Speciality chocolates such as See's 108. Mini tripod 109. Cute umbrella 110. Earbuds 111. Flower bulbs 112. Monogrammed baby wipes case 113. Passport holder 114. Raw honey like this 115. Small digital picture frame 116. Webkinz 117. Snow cap 118. Digital luggage scale: here's one 119. Chalk 120. iTunes giftcard 121. Digital measuring tape 122. Bubbles 123. Watch 124. Wine thermometer 125. Tickets to the zoo 126. Speciality coffee such as this one 127. Bath toys 128. Monogrammed burp rags 129. Makeup brush set 130. Binoculars 131. Barbies 132. Child "character" flashlights 133. Jewelry box 134. Recipe cards 135. Swiss Army knife 136. Belt 137. Small lint roller 138. Key chain 139. Baby rings to attach toys to a carseat 140. Coloring book 141. Birthstone earrings 142. Throwback candy - Pez dispensers, pop rocks, nerds, fun dip. 143. Kindle 144. Scrapbooking supplies 145. Personalized fortune cookie (you can have your own message put into them) 146. Universal remote 147. Hand sanitizer 148. Silly Bandz 149. Family Christmas ornament 150. A handwritten note from Santa
Body positive
{Developing Language through Play} "Learning can be so sneaky. . . that no one even knows they’re learning. They’re just playing with their parents, and having a good ol’ time." How do you sneak learning into your everyday play? by lucile
lucile
lucile {Developing Language through Play} "Learning can be so sneaky. . . that no one even knows they’re learning. They’re just playing with their parents, and having a good ol’ time." How do you sneak learning into your everyday play?
Wedding Favorites
10 things I learned when I stopped yelling at my kids. Great parenting and relationship read. No one likes to be yelled at. No one. by J.H.
J.H.
J.H. 10 things I learned when I stopped yelling at my kids. Great parenting and relationship read. No one likes to be yelled at. No one.
Things to try
10 tips, tricks, organizing, cleaning and How to's from Setting for Four by reva
reva
reva 10 tips, tricks, organizing, cleaning and How to's from Setting for Four
crafty.
LOVE this fun and colorful DIY paper tree topper. How to make a whimsical Christmas tree star for under $5 and 10 minutes of your time. Four Generations One Roof by lea
lea
lea LOVE this fun and colorful DIY paper tree topper. How to make a whimsical Christmas tree star for under $5 and 10 minutes of your time. Four Generations One Roof
Home sweet home 2
How to Make a Burlap Wreath: 10 steps (with pictures) - only need 2 yards of burlap cut into 8" strips by mavis
mavis
mavis How to Make a Burlap Wreath: 10 steps (with pictures) - only need 2 yards of burlap cut into 8" strips
Ideas for the house
I've been walked on used and forgotten and I can't regret one moment of it, because in those moments I've learned a lot. I've learned who I can trust and can't. I've learned the meaning of friendship, I've learned how to tell when people are lying and when they're sincere. I've learned how to be myself and appreciate the truly great people in my life as they arrive. by AislingH
AislingH
AislingH I've been walked on used and forgotten and I can't regret one moment of it, because in those moments I've learned a lot. I've learned who I can trust and can't. I've learned the meaning of friendship, I've learned how to tell when people are lying and when they're sincere. I've learned how to be myself and appreciate the truly great people in my life as they arrive.
Favorites
how to make a shelf christmas vignette - Four Generations One Roof by lea
lea
lea how to make a shelf christmas vignette - Four Generations One Roof
Home sweet home 2
How to reupholster a chair - No Sew - Four Generations One Roof by lea
lea
lea How to reupholster a chair - No Sew - Four Generations One Roof
Home sweet home 2
This is how I learned my multiplication facts and still use it to this day!!- cool finger trick to remember any multiplication fact for 6-10 by janelle
janelle
janelle This is how I learned my multiplication facts and still use it to this day!!- cool finger trick to remember any multiplication fact for 6-10
Bath
This is how I learned my multiplication facts and still use it to this day!!- cool finger trick to remember any multiplication fact for 6-10 by eliza
eliza
eliza This is how I learned my multiplication facts and still use it to this day!!- cool finger trick to remember any multiplication fact for 6-10
For the Love of Fashion
10 Cooking Oils: How To Choose The Right One by lilian
lilian
lilian 10 Cooking Oils: How To Choose The Right One
Cats.
10 Cooking Oils: How To Choose The Right One by lilian
lilian
lilian 10 Cooking Oils: How To Choose The Right One
Cats.
Yeah...apparently no one every really taught you HOW to play soccer. by corina
corina
corina Yeah...apparently no one every really taught you HOW to play soccer.
stuff i LOVE
I would love to know how to make one for the play corner! by darlene
darlene
darlene I would love to know how to make one for the play corner!
treats I want
Personally- This one is a favorite! How wicked to have a play castle?! by jana
jana
jana Personally- This one is a favorite! How wicked to have a play castle?!
In the Garden
A Pinner said: one of the most useful things I learned in culinary school was how to cut melon...repinning for those people who still don't by CrashFistFight
CrashFistFight
CrashFistFight A Pinner said: one of the most useful things I learned in culinary school was how to cut melon...repinning for those people who still don't
Mine
This is how I learned my multiplication facts and still use it to this day!!- cool finger trick to remember any multiplication fact for 6-10 by janelle
janelle
janelle This is how I learned my multiplication facts and still use it to this day!!- cool finger trick to remember any multiplication fact for 6-10
Bath
OMG - I had one of these - haven't thought about this in years.  Boy did they stink.   VINTAGE MATTEL THINGMAKER FUN FLOWERS TOY FROM 1960S IN BOX W/ MOLDS, GOOP ETC. by sherri
sherri
sherri OMG - I had one of these - haven't thought about this in years. Boy did they stink. VINTAGE MATTEL THINGMAKER FUN FLOWERS TOY FROM 1960S IN BOX W/ MOLDS, GOOP ETC.
Favorites
How to offend four groups of geeks with one photo. I'm officially offended. Four times. ;) by marissa
marissa
marissa How to offend four groups of geeks with one photo. I'm officially offended. Four times. ;)
Going green
I have been walked out on, used and forgotten and I don’t regret one moment of it because in those moments, I’ve learned a lot. I’ve learned who I can trust and can’t. I’ve learned the meaning of friendship. I’ve learned how to tell when people are lying and when they’re sincere. I’ve learned how to be a teenager, and how to grow up when I need to. I’ve been to hell and back a few times, and I won’t ever take what I have for granted.this is life, live it one day at a time. You never know how... by liz
liz
liz I have been walked out on, used and forgotten and I don’t regret one moment of it because in those moments, I’ve learned a lot. I’ve learned who I can trust and can’t. I’ve learned the meaning of friendship. I’ve learned how to tell when people are lying and when they’re sincere. I’ve learned how to be a teenager, and how to grow up when I need to. I’ve been to hell and back a few times, and I won’t ever take what I have for granted.this is life, live it one day at a time. You never know how...
Body positive
love how she included one of the sesame street matching cards her girls were playing with. // design editor. by shelby
shelby
shelby love how she included one of the sesame street matching cards her girls were playing with. // design editor.
Crochet
How to confidently describe your decorating style - one student's lessons learned from Teal & Lime's Define Your Style course by kimberley
kimberley
kimberley How to confidently describe your decorating style - one student's lessons learned from Teal & Lime's Define Your Style course
Home _ Kitchen
How to make curtains using burlap | Four Generations One RoofFour Generations One Roof by MyLittleCornerOfTheWorld
MyLittleCornerOfTheWorld
MyLittleCornerOfTheWorld How to make curtains using burlap | Four Generations One RoofFour Generations One Roof
home sweet home
English Football League Division One. Queens Park Rangers v Manchester United. 26/10/1968 by isabelle
isabelle
isabelle English Football League Division One. Queens Park Rangers v Manchester United. 26/10/1968
I can do that fiber stitch sew
how+to+make+a+burlap+football+door+hanger | ... this turned out i m definitely going to have to make one for myself by gaby.elis
gaby.elis
gaby.elis how+to+make+a+burlap+football+door+hanger | ... this turned out i m definitely going to have to make one for myself
Favorites
Easy Eclairs - Delicious!!!!  Pinner says:This is one of the first recipes I learned how to bake when I was 13 or 14 yrs. old. I learned it from an Italian lady, who was the BEST cook on the block, and probably the neighborhood. This is VERY simple to make! by ninon.gillis
ninon.gillis
ninon.gillis Easy Eclairs - Delicious!!!! Pinner says:This is one of the first recipes I learned how to bake when I was 13 or 14 yrs. old. I learned it from an Italian lady, who was the BEST cook on the block, and probably the neighborhood. This is VERY simple to make!
HOW SWEET IT IS
Easy Eclairs - Delicious!!!! Pinner says:This is one of the first recipes I learned how to bake when I was 13 or 14 yrs. old. I learned it from an Italian lady, who was the BEST cook on the block, and probably the neighborhood. This is VERY simple to make! by kris
kris
kris Easy Eclairs - Delicious!!!! Pinner says:This is one of the first recipes I learned how to bake when I was 13 or 14 yrs. old. I learned it from an Italian lady, who was the BEST cook on the block, and probably the neighborhood. This is VERY simple to make!
paper crafts
10 Furniture Paint Tips! The story of what one blogger has learned after painting over 20 pieces of furniture....successes, failures, and everything in between! This is a great read! by michael
michael
michael 10 Furniture Paint Tips! The story of what one blogger has learned after painting over 20 pieces of furniture....successes, failures, and everything in between! This is a great read!
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