Kids' Rooms


MARCH, 2014

Engrave a unique and charming pattern on babyís cot




Babies spend much of the first years of their life asleep. That is why many parents are keen to ensure that their baby has a unique and wonderful little bed. From stars and fairy tale figures to your babyís name, just complete our three steps using the Dremel® Engraver and transform your babyís cot into a realm fit to dream in.


Step 1:

First take our template or make one of your own on a sheet of A3 paper.  Unleash your creativity at this stage of the proceedings. Transfer your motif to the end of the bed using a pencil and tracing paper.




Step 2:

Now for the engraving. Fit an engraving tip to your Dremel® Engraver. Use it to work your personal motif slowly and carefully into the wood. Take care to ensure that you exert equal pressure on the lines so that they remain equal in depth.




Step 3:

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Pink Teen Room


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Maximise space with this bunkbed solution


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DECEMBER, 2012

Declutter Your Kids' Room



 
 
If you have 5 minutes: Make a game of it. Challenge your child to pick up as many items as possible in five minutes. If you have little ones who arenít old enough to pick up, spend five minutes before they go to bed picking up a few things.
 
If you have 10 minutes: Target one area to clean up, such as a disorganized dresser, a messy desk, or a haphazard bookcase.
 
If you have 15 minutes: Pick an area that needs a purge, such as a toy collection or the clothing closet. If your child is old enough, have him or her work with you to identify items that can be donated or tossed if they are broken or no longer usable.


posted by MY UNIQUE HOME | DESIGN MAGAZINE & DESIGN WORKSHOPS | INSPIRATION | KIDS\39 ROOMS  December 19, 2012 7:06 PM  Kids' Rooms  comments (0)



 

NOVEMBER, 2012

Toy Explosion


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Toys, like dust bunnies, seem to multiply when you're not looking. This is particularly true during the holidays, when children have lots of time on their hands to play with new toys and rediscover old ones.
 
Fast fix: Designate labeled areas in your mudroom or children's bedrooms for toys, and encourage kids to clean up every day before bedtime. Create a chart that rewards each day's good work with a star.


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MAY, 2011

'What a Hoot' by Harlequin


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