To make this fun little chair by Andrés Lhima, all you need to do is unfold it and stuff it with whatever you have on hand–leaves, towels, plastic bags.
Now we know what to do with all the random scraps and strips of wrapping paper we’ve been saving! Country Living has a tutorial on turning them into tape with some double-stick adhesive.
If you’re looking for creative ideas and inspirations for your family, Classic Play is the site for you.
After creating a streamer wall for Selina’s third birthday, we started the think about easier ways to get the same effect. We decided a curtain we could roll up and re-use was the way to go.
* Double-sided tape
* A dowel
Cut streamers to your desired length. We doubled our streamers so that they would lay over the dowel. This makes the curtain fuller. Attach double-sided tape to the length of the dowel and then start laying down your streamers.
Keep going the length of the dowel until it is covered. You may have to trim the ends so they are even, or you could just leave them as-is. Then, you can take your curtain down after the party and carefully roll it up to use again another time.
Having limited space means we just love things that store away neatly. The Withmilk tea/coffee set looks like a milk bottle when stacked, but is actually four cups, a small bottle and a snack/sugar bowl.