04 August 2009

Kiddie Colors


This week on blah to Tada!, we're giving cardboard carriers a make-over.

While the beer is strictly for the adults, we can still save the box for the kids.

Simply dress it up with festive paper and fill the spaces with markers, colored pencils and crayons. Make sure to have lots of paper ready to keep those little hands busy. Great for rainy afternoons, play dates and parties where children are also on the guest list!

21 comments:

  1. you have so many fun ideas! i love it. you have a million ideas for hankies...i really need to get me some!

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  2. Glad you like the ideas Marin! Hope you can use them since you're one creative gal yourself =)

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  3. Oooh ! I hope you'll be doing more stuff with cardboard carriers !

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  4. Ha! Finally -- this is something I've actually recycled before, except I put my shoeshine supplies in the bottle holder! I love the idea of putting kids' art stuff in there, especially because the two-year-old loves to carry around "purses." Thanks for the cute idea.

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  5. hey, just read your reply to my last comment :) Are you kidding? I LOVE having you back! I even linked you on my last post, I want everyone to come and check out what you do darling.

    Have a lovely day!

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  6. Hi Eternal Voyageur! Come by again tomorrow, Thursday & Friday...lots of bottle holder ideas:) Thanks for visiting!

    Hi Pretty...using it for shoeshine supplies is a good idea! Thanks!

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  7. I'm lovin' the Tada's! Very creative. Thanks for stopping by my blog!

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  8. Hello Nuit! Thanks so much for mentioning my blog on your blog! You made my day =)

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  9. Hi there Jam! Thanks for stopping by as well =)

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  10. Awww...MERCI Miss Southern Hostess!

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  11. Genius idea that I would never have thought of. I'm going to have to remember this for a few years from now with the little on is coloring, etc. Terrific idea!

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  12. Welcome back! Is nice to have you back.

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  13. Hi a little twig birdhouse! Thanks for flying over to my blog =)

    Thanks for the warm "welcome back" Yansy!

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  14. This is a great idea. You should come and share this on my blog on Friday for my Round Robin. I could so use this...

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  15. Love what you did with the hankies!! Cute idea with the bottle holders...
    Deb :)

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  16. THANK YOU Amy & Deb for your lovely words =)

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  17. Great idea for the kids! I have covered one with scrapbook paper before and made a matching tag...put the soda back in and took as a gift to a friend who hosted a backyard gathering...I'll bet the kids love it full of art supplies:)
    x Lori

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  18. Oh Lori, that's an awesome hostess gift! Thanks for your visit =)

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  19. I am so glad you're back and everything's o.k.
    I use an old wine cooler carton for my glue bottles and I've used one for a picnic utensil holder too. Thanks for all your great ideas. Sally Hackney

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  20. Than you for visiting and for your good wishes Sally!

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