|Mail or paper organizer, courtesy of Noodlehead.|
* Things I Like/Love About You. This can be as simple as a handwritten list on pretty paper or as elaborate as making a treasure chest and printing out cards with each "thing." Other variations: Make it into a book, printed on your computer; print heavy tags and hold them together with a key chain or jump ring.
* Earbud pouch.
* iPod or iPad case.
* Kindle case from old book.
* Fabric mail/papers organizer.
* Simple fleece scarves.
* Towel turned into a sunbathing necessity.
* Paperclip holder turned into a bobby pin holder.
|Glass pendant necklace, courtesy Simply Modern Mom.|
* Oranges and Apples Sugar Scrub.
* Hand- or kitchen towels. (These are the only kind to have when you have little children who tend to pull down ordinary towels!)
* Glass pendant necklace.
* Pottery Barn Inspired Map Candles.
* Shell candles.
* Cake stand from Dollar Tree Plate and Glasses.
* Simple scrap rug.
* Button bracelet.
* Candle holders with old photos on them.
* Turn old sweaters into mittens. Or slippers.
|Photo candle shades. (Copyright Martha Stewart Living.)|
* All-in-one placemats and utensil holders.
* A chair that turns into a mattress.
* Eye mask.
* Easy to make lotion bars.
* Felt bookmarks.
|Eye masks. (Courtesy of Amelie Atticus.)|
* Photo candle shades.
* Linens decorated with tiny amounts of embroidery, plus buttons.
* Use a piece of felt, pebbles, and hot glue to make a hot pad.
* Family heirloom cookbook.
* Cowboy chaps from old pants.
* Pirate's eyepatch.
|Monster hat. (Copyright Spoonful.)|
* Monster tote bags.
* Finger puppets.
* Baby/Toddler wash towel puppets.
* Turn a store bought hat into a cute monster hat.
* Mermaid tails for dolls.
* Homemade dolls.
* Animal scraves.
* Bed in a bag.
* Child's needle kit for sewing or embroidery.
* Dinosaur tails.
* Headbands from cloth strips.
* On the go coloring kit.
* Magnetic me (magnetic paper dolls using photos of your child).
* Travel games from Altoid tin.
* Binder dollhouse.
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