First up is My delicious ambiguity and she is sharing some great ideas for celebrating Dr. Seuss's birthday! This is always a big day with the young elementary students. I look forward to using some of these ideas in coming years.
Than, over at Creative passage is a great idea for necklace storage. I'm currently looking for ideas for jewlery storage so I can see what I have which is why this caught my eye - this is something I could easily make and hang in my closet.
Bella Before and After shares a great tutorial on how to line your kitchen drawers. I love it for two reasons - one, I love the paper she used and want some and two, I'm on the front end of a kitchen redo and need something pretty to cover up the ugly wood that isn't being painted! This is my solution :-)
Kara's Korner. I want to put shelves on both boys bedroom walls to hold books (I LOVE books and so do they so far!). I've seen the gutter shelves -made out of . . well . . .rain gutters. This is the first tutorial I've seen for wood shelves and I really like how simple they would be to build. I think I might be able to convince my husband I NEED these :-)
A Home Made by Kiki shares a super cute and easy idea for making a dog food can. I've been looking at dog food/treat containers recently to make upgrades to my kitchen. This is so cute!
Oopsey-Daisy gives a super easy tutorial to make a ruffled Easter Basket
Dr. Seuss' birthday!
This is a super cute idea from over at Craftomaniac for making an adorable Alphabet Initial Wall Art. She used just initials of her boys but i think you could do the whole alphabet . .. and I have an Alphabet fanatic in my house currently. . ..
Crafts by Amanda offers up a great tutorial for easy Leprochan hats!
A Creative Princess seriously made me laugh out loud and I WANT one!! It is an excercise box - you just need to read her post - it will make you want one too!!
So, what are you going to make first??