So, here are some of the more fun tasks that I've been able to complete lately in the form of a few simple math equations:
Grandmother's victorian-style pitcher that doesn't really go with my decor...
Craft Paper & Mod Podge I already had
a pair of scissors or pinking shears....
Tons of awesome, soft little everyday clothes to wipe messy mouths at the table, use when baby has diaper rash so as not to add chemicals to their soar bottoms, throw in your diaper bag for messes on the go, or to stash in your car for invariable messes. What I love is that you can just throw them away if you don't want to have to deal with the super-yucky messes and not feel guilty about wasting money.
I keep mine in a fancy shmancy crystal napkin holder that I rarely use.
four yards of tulle (I used pink and white)
And just in case you missed my TuTu post and want to see 48 pictures of my sweet baby girl in her TuTu....HERE'S THE LINK.
Silver 'Plated' Tea set that started chipping and I got tired of polishing:
A ball pit for my very busy little munchkin as well as a sanity preserver for her mommy.
Original Ball Pit post is HERE:
Equation #8 (a little more on the practical side):
The following ingredients (less than $10 for the whole lot)
A big ol' pot and water & a five gallon bucket.
Laundry soap that will last for MONTHS and only took 30 minutes to make (it comes out to about a penny a load).