Home and Away: Here’s How to Keep Toddlers Active

Exploring the creativity of children is a fun task that keeps them engaged and let them use all their imaginations at work. Crafts with colorful paper done within few minutes keep the momentum and little munchkins engaged so that boredom does not set in, as kids get lethargic very soon. Thanks to technology, a lot of ideas shared at  that can be used to make interesting crafts, time with lots of giggles and laughter.

  • The Wizard wand that is made is with a hit with the kids, all you need is paper, paint, dowel and hot glue gun, cover the dowel base with paper and with the glue gun make vine-like markings rolling it up, paint the wand once it dries with brown and gold color to give the woody yet mystic look, and the wizard is ready to use the magic wand
  • Toilet Paper roll toys, fun and easy to make, next time think before you throw the rolls away, you can paint the rolls in different colors. Dry them and glue them together in a triangle shape and add some glitter, or paint your initials, names and use them as pencil, crayon holders, an excellent gift to moms and dads to keep their pens and even makeup items that are easy to store and add the brightness to the room.
  • Handprint canvas art is a good way to engage the tiny tots, cover up the empty shoe box covers and keep a tray full of paint, in different colors, let the kids use their palms to dip in the color and imprint in the canvas. Give them shapes, let their imagination run wild and make birds, insects, bees that add the fun and frolic into the art.

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10 Amazing Ways to Maximize Your Wardrobe

Have limited wardrobe space? Here are 10 great ways to maximize it, so that you can store more things you buy from

  1. Hangers – Hanging your clothes will let you know what you have at a glance and the shelves are kept free for more storage.
  2. Hanging Organizers – Many companies sell hanging organizers that can be hung from the rod in the shelf. This will give you more space to keep essentials.
  3. Racks – Get ready to use racks and fit them into your shelves to maximize storage space in an organized manner.
  4. Boxes – put things you don’t use regularly in a box and stack them in the cupboard. You can stack them at the back or use smaller boxed and keep your regular stuff on top of them in the front itself.
  5. Partitions – Get partitions to increase the storage space. Clothes tend to slide down when stacked and the shelves are broad. These partitions will enable you to use the space optimally.
  6. Draw Organizers – When you have more draws, get draw organizers that can be just fixed it. this will help you keep things organized, thus giving you more room.
  7. Roll Them – If you use thing material clothes, leggings and tights; roll them up and stack them as stores do. This will not only give you more room but will also keep them from falling off when you want the one at the bottom.
  8. Front & Back – If your cupboard is deep, keep things you don’t use regularly at the back. Things you use only for travel, certain weather, or other seasonal clothes can be stacked at the back. Once the weather changes, you can bring them to the front.
  9. Doors –Fix hooks on the doors to hand your belts and scarves from.
  10. Wardrobe Roof – The rook I soften neglected. If it is a tall wardrobe, get hanging racks and keeps things you don’t use regularly on top. You can even hang belts, scarves and other accessories from the top.
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