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Ikea sagoskatt card game ♥

IKEA - SAGOSKATT, Card game, 17 pairs, This card game is a fun way for your child to train their memory as well as their visual and social skills.

Albert este din România și anul trecut a participat la concursul nostru de desen. Așa a apărut liliacul cu aripile întoarse. O jucărie haioasă, pregătită să ajute copiii din întreaga lume să meargă la școală. Cei mici se pot înscrie și anul acesta la concursul nostru de desen, unde au o șansă ca imaginația lor să prindă viață, iar desenul lor să devină o jucărie adevărată.

Sagoskatt fantasy forest friends ♥♥♥

Sagoskatt fantasy forest friends ♥♥♥

DIY sewing pattern and tutorial on how to make a bowtie. Ohhhh this is happening! I can't wait to make a bowties!This would also be cute as a bow hair clip.

IKEA - ÖMTÅLIG, Bib, , The touch and close fastening makes it easy to put on and take off.Keeps your child dry and comfortable by protecting their clothes and skin from moisture. Ideal during teething.

The Killer Ink tattoo transfer paper is with a protective layer for the carbon.

FAIRY WINGS JAR!  -use metallic colored paints to make them into fairy wings! http://rstyle.me/n/b2we9wb6dpf  (No fairies were harmed in the making)

FaiRY WiNGS ____Fairies shed their wings in the Spring & Fall in order to grow new fresh wings. I collect the wings in a secret grove & place them in jars.

LILLABO basic train set IKEA Possible to make different formations and has a total track length of 300 cm.

Whale pillow (mourning pillow), fill it with rice and make it the weight of your baby. Grief tool for getting through the anguish of not being able to hold your baby.

Brand design by Aviary Creative // Romp Photography Distinctive brand design for small business

Notes: Great color scheme, if it was a little more rose gold than pink. Brand design by Aviary Creative // Romp Photography Distinctive brand design for small business

old sweater scraps repurposed into soft toys this would be a nice project for kids (and big kids) at the Art Room