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Spread the love!


What does Valentine's Day mean to you? Is it the gifts you receive, the declarations of love via social media or does Valentine's Day mean more to you? You can use Valentine's Day as a day where you can show your love for your partners, parents, children, teammates, colleagues, teachers and even babysitters! How can you do this? You can spread love through sincere gestures such as; an embrace, a pastry, a flower or a beautiful homemade gift, such as the Valentine DIY below. A fun Valentine DI...
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sheet music

Upcycle old music books this Christmass


What if you don't know what to do with old music books?  Such a pity to throw them away with old paper, especially around Christmass time. Cut the pages in horizontal strips with serrated scissors, and dip them in glue and then in glitter.  Then turn them into a festive garland, to decorate your Christmass tree or table. Easy-peasy and loads of fun on a cold Sunday afternoon! ...
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knielappen

Once ironed on, our knee patches STAY ON!


Creapatch.be specialises in iron-on knee patches that STAY ON when you follow our iron & wash intructions! This thanks to a qualitative layer of glue. Quality manager Michiel Desmet puts them through rough testing... ...
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tijgerschoentjes

Tigershoes


This is sooo much fun to tinker with your children on a lazy Sunday. All you need to do is save up your  tissue boxes during a couple of weeks... and you're ready to go. These tiger shoes will last 1 to 100 days, depending on the energie level of your little ones :-) ...
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knielappen

Snakes in the garden!


Soap snakes in the garden! An empty PET bottle, an old sock, sissors and a rubber band... you really don't need more for hours of garden fun! It's so easy to assemble, that you can let younger children build their snake-maker themselves. Stap 1: Cut the bottom out of an empty bottle Stap 2 : Pull the sock on the bottle and attach with a rubber band Stap 3 : Add water and soap in a bowl Stap 4 : Let your kids dip the sock in the bowl and blow through the opening of the bottle Who ...
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Make a Christmass star after a long walk in the woods!

Make a Christmass star after a long walk in the woods!


I admit, this is a project fot the DIY advance class! But for people with patience, it's a nice alternative for buying your Christmass decoration. Let your children search for thin branches during a walk in the woods. As all parents know, your walk will be more enjoyable when they have a project to look forward to. Once home, cut the branches so they all have the same length. This is were it gets tricky, attach them together with rope to make a star. Let everyone decorate with lights!...
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Eco Christmass tree

Eco Christmass tree


In Belgium alone, 1,8 million Christmass trees are sond each year. The majority of these trees are thrown out and burnt, but not recycled. Maybe it's time to check-out some more ecological alternatives. This DIY idea is easy to assemble, after a nice walk in the woods. All you need is some rope, some tree branches and your Christmass decorations! Then add some lights for a more charming touch and HAVE FUN! ...
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eco christmass tree

A Christmass tree made out of cans!


Who says Christmass trees need to have needles?  Nothing cooler (and more eco) than a Chirstmass tree made out of empty paint cans! Ask friends and family if they don't have empty paint cans lying in their garage... you'd be surprised how many people can help you out!  Assemble cans of different sizes, and paint or spray them in green. Then glue them together ans start decorating! Family Fun, unique and upcycle-chique! Have fun! Creapatch ...
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