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Updated: Aug 16

blankets for barn animal toys made out of paper towels

When Harper decided that her barn animals needed some love in the form of blankets, we did a quick glance around the room and settled on the first object that looked the part. Since it happened to be December, we had a variety of napkins. This whole situation took about 20minutes and the napkins, which became blankets served their purpose and unlike most of her toys/ accessories when she forgot they existed and I tossed them out...I didn’t feel bad at all.

Listed below you’ll find a list of the other supplies you’ll need to whip up your own blankets.

Remember, always buy children’s scissors and have fun making these little treasures with your special little someone. These are the memories you want your children to remember:)

You’ll Need:

!. Paper Towels



5. Cotton balls for ‘stuffing'

6. Elmer’s Glue (for those with patient kids)

7. Hot Glue Gun (for those without patient kids)

Pictured Below: Examples of barn accessories we planned out. Should you be interested in details, just sent me a request, and I’ll gladly share the information.

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Updated: Aug 16

Our very first project, and believe it or not Harper still plays with her recyclable doll-house! She's completely stoked about the stairs, incorporating more of her artwork and the lego upgrades she wants for inside the rooms.

There’s so many pictures of this thing, I’ve got to create a video montage and post it!


!. Amenities for her dolls. (Bedroom with Bed & Chest of Drawers)

2. Provisions for Legos.


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Updated: Aug 16

Harper and I realized that we were going to have to find some extra storage space after trying and failing to squeeze the above items into our existing containers of art supplies. Following our re-cycle, re-use philosophy, I decided to just grab an empty juice box and go for it.

Super easy, cut your box in half (down the middle) and wallah..two containers

Now we just need to improve their ‘AESTHETIC QUALITY'

We dumped all the little bags decorative items (pictured below) out on the table, brushed the containers with glue and rolled them around in the mess.

Then we just used odds and ends to fill in the spaces. We continued onwards until the big finale, where Harper used some blue glittery glue to create her trio of monsters.

She’s telling them to hurry up and dry!

After just 30 minutes, and a lot of fun, we had an instant storage solution, that I won’t mind seeing out on the table. I hope you decide to take advantage of this idea for a quick, fun and efficient way to create a little storage space immediately. As always, enjoy your creative time with your cutie–they grow up fast.

Check out the before and after pics below.

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