Andrew Richard 1. DIY a climbing wall...indoors! thecreatedhome.com Learn how at The Created Home. 2. Craft these "touch and feel" frames for babies. littlelifelonglearners.com This safe sensory play will keep your baby busy for hours, er, minutes (which are like hours in baby time). Find the how-to at Little Lifelong Learners. 3. Build a sandbox/picnic table combo. diyprojects.ideas2live4.com Find the DIY at Ideas 2 Live 4. 4. Make your kid the cutest backpack at their school. stitchedbycrystal.com Find this pineapple backpack tutorial at Stitched by Crystal. 5. Whip up a batch of edible Starburst slime. teachbesideme.com You: "That's nasty." Your kid: "THIS IS THE BEST DAY OF MY LIFE!" Learn more over at Teach Beside Me. 6. DIY an emoji pillow or three. babyfirstblog.com It's easy, and your kids will love it (especially when The Emoji Movie comes out). Find the how-to at Baby First Blog. 7. Empower your kid to create a frameworthy masterpiece every single day. countryandvictoriantimes.com Get some more deets here. 8. Thrill your kids with this easy-to-make outdoor car track. niccolaontuesday.blogspot.com.au Learn how at An Idea On Tuesday. 9. Put together the coolest cardboard box house ever. hannahandlily.blogspot.com Find the DIY for this awesomeness at Tales of a Monkey, a Bit, and a Bean. 10. Transform regular shoes into eye-popping galaxy ones. youtube.com Watch the "out of this world" how-to video. 11. Whip up some homemade play dough...fast. livingwellmom.stfi.re Learn how at Living Well Mom. 12. Turn an old skateboard into a supercool shelf. jennaburger.com Find out how at Jenna Burger Design. 13. Upcycle an old entertainment center into a kid’s dream play kitchen. giggleberrycreations.blogspot.com Find an in-depth how to at Giggleberry Creations. 14. You can also turn an old table into a kid's Lego table. diyjoy.com Learn how at Fussy Monkey Business. 15. Make this ultimate Fourth of July craft. busymommymedia.com Learn how to make a salt painting at Busy Mommy Media. 16. DIY an easy poolside poncho. thespohrsaremultiplying.com Find the DIY at The Spohrs Are Multiplying. 17. You can also make a poolside towel rack to dry towels and keep you from having to wash them over and over AND over. ehow.com Learn how to make one here. 18. Make *Kanye voice* one of the greatest slip 'n' slides of all time! digitalmisery.com Learn how at Digital Misery. 19. Wow your kids with this magnetic slime. growingajeweledrose.com Find the recipe at Growing a Jeweled Rose. 20. Forget the great outdoors with this indoor camping playhouse. littlefamilyadventure.com Learn how at Little Family Adventure. 21. Turn unpaired socks into a faux cacti garden. diycandy.com How cute is this? Find the how-to at DIY Candy. 22. Get rid of clutter by DIYing this stuffed animal chair. threadridinghood.com Genius! Learn more at Thread Riding Hood. 23. DIY some no-sew Minecraft pillows. survivingateacherssalary.com Find the tutorial at Surviving a Teacher's Salary. 24. Have an afternoon of fun with this DIY you can make in seconds for basically nothing. stlmotherhood.com Learn more at StlMotherhood. 25. Impress your kids by making Lego soap. craftyc0rn3r.blogspot.ie Find the DIY at Crafty Girl. 26. You can also make "goldfish in a bag" soap...which is adorable. soapdelinews.com Learn how at Soap Deli News. 27. Here's one more fun soap DIY — shark attack! soapqueen.com Now your kid’s bathroom can be scary for another reason. Find the DIY at Soap Queen. 28. Repurpose an old tire into an en-tire-ly original kid’s seat. grillo-designs.com Learn more at Grillo Designs. 29. Put this skateboard swing in your backyard. wikihow.com Why didn’t our parents think of this stuff? Find the DIY on Wiki How. 30. Use Kool-Aid to make the most colorful play slime ever. growingajeweledrose.com Learn how at Growing a Jeweled Rose. 31. You can also whip up some glow-in-the-dark play dough. funathomewithkids.com It’s all natural, too. Find the how-to on Fun at Home With Kids. 32. An old lamp + action figures = the coolest kid’s lamp ever. instructables.com Learn how on Instructables. 33. DIY the ultimate Lego play desk. ourweefamily.blogspot.com Learn how to make it on Our Wee Family. 34. Keep your small-fry busy way longer than usual with this toddler busy board. teamveducation.com Learn how at Team V Education. 35. Make your kids this adorable "Wee Mouse Tin House." etsy.com Download the pattern for $8. 36. Make a see-through outdoor painting easel. fixthisbuildthat.com Here’s a fun idea — have your kid’s friend or sibling stand on the other side of the glass so your kid can easily paint their portrait. Find the DIY at Fix This Build That. 37. DIY a supercool jellyfish sensory bottle. View this post on Facebook Facebook: video.php 38. Have a blast outside with this sidewalk foam paint. thetiptoefairy.com Find the how-to at The Tiptoe Fairy. 39. Use PVC pipe to make the ultimate at-home ball pit. thenorthwestmomma.com Learn more at The Northwest Momma. 40. Make this froggy sensory bag that's perfect for a baby. plainvanillamom.com Find the DIY at Plain Vanilla Mom. 41. Use cookie sheets to make easy-to-use chore charts. craftaholicsanonymous.net Learn more at Craftaholics Anonymous. 42. DIY a lap buddy for your fidgety kiddos. pepperscraps.com These are especially great for long flights. Find the DIY at Pepper Scraps. 43. Simplify mornings by making a DIY breakfast station. loveandmarriageblog.com Learn more at Love and Marriage and a Baby Carriage. 44. Transform a dino toy into these unforgettable bookends. instructables.com Find the DIY on Instructables. 45. Make storing Hot Wheels cars a whole lot easier. frugalfun4boys.com Get the deets at Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls. 46. Help your kids stay on routine by making this after school clock. kidsactivitiesblog.com Learn more at Kids Activities Blog. 47. Have an outdoor movie night...DIY style myfrugaladventures.com Find the how-to at My Frugal Adventures. 48. Get in the swing of summer by DIYing this platform swing. thenaughtymommy.com Find the DIY at The Naughty Mommy. 49. Keep track of your kids' growth spurts with this giant ruler/growth chart. wholefully.com Find the DIY at Wholefully. 50. DIY your very own kinetic sand. babyfirstblog.com Learn how at Baby First Blog. 51. This spill-proof watering can will encourage your kids to help in the garden. onecreativemommy.com Learn more at One Creative Mommy. 52. DIY a play stand for a super sweet, er, sweet shop. thelifejolie.com This DIY could also help your own little Lucy make a "Psychiatric Help — 5 Cents" booth, lol. Learn more at The Life Jolie. 53. Upgrade your backyard by DIYing an outdoor chalkboard. rhythmsofplay.com Find the DIY at Rhythms of Play. 54. Brighten up a room by making these cute mushroom stools. mothandsparrow.blogspot.com All you need are some logs (with the ends evened), glue and a circular pillow! 55. Use dollar store baskets to DIY this quick and easy storage shelving. hometalk.com Learn more at Hometalk. 56. DIY this ball corral to keep your little athlete's gear in place. welcome-to-the-woods.com Find the how-to at Welcome to the Woods. 57. Transform an old shampoo bottle into an adorable pencil/pen-holding monster. christianewilms.be This will almost make your kids excited about homework. 58. DIY an "I Spy" sensory bottle (especially for long car rides). View this post on Facebook Facebook: video.php 59. Transform pool noodles into fun (and safe) lightsabers. muddybootsblog.blogspot.com Perfect for a party. Learn more at Muddy Boots. 60. Keep your carpets clean this summer with this DIY foot-washing station. sisterhoodofthesensiblemoms.com Find the tutorial at Sisterhood of the Sensible Moms. 61. Make your own version of these impossibly adorable family handprints. diyfunideas.com Learn more at Do It Yourself Fun Ideas. 62. Impress your kids with these bracelets made out of popsicle sticks...really! inspirationmadesimple.com Find out how at Inspiration Made Simple. 63. Create your own backyard American Ninja Warrior training course. remodelaholic.com OK, this one might take more than a little effort to put together, but it would be worth it. Learn more at Remodelaholic. 64. Thrill your little Trolls fan by making this easy headband DIY. thehowtomom.com Find the how-to at the appropriately named The How-To Mom. 65. Transform used soda bottles into adorable jet packs. thespohrsaremultiplying.com Find out how your kids can blast off at The Spohrs Are Multiplying. 66. DIY a reading nook that is the definition of cozy. storyoffive.com Learn more at The Story of Five. 67. Help your kids learn about any subject by DIYing this Jeopardy-style game board. myjoyfilledlife.com Get the deets at My Joy-Filled Life. 68. Make your kids a cheap and easy pillow bed. itsalwaysautumn.com Find the DIY at It's Always Autumn. 69. DIY your kids this no-sew slice of cake pillow. awwsam.com Making this is (almost) a piece of cake, too. Learn how at Aww Sam. 70. DIY a family shoe rack so your kids will no longer ask, "Where are my shoes?" rosetintedhome.com OK, they will still lose their shoes — they're kids — but hopefully less! Learn how to make one at Rose Tinted Home. 71. DIY this Super Mario Bros. mural for babies of all ages. hungryheart.se And I mean all ages — I want one of these! Learn how to make it at Hungry Heart. 72. Want to do something original in the backyard? Make this airplane swing. ana-white.com Find the DIY at Ana White. 73. DIY a fruit and veggie bin with dividers. anikasdiylife.com Because kids need their fruits and veggies! Learn how to make yours at Anika's DIY Life. 74. Set up a robot-building play station. pinterest.com All you need are some wood blocks (or boxes) and some "robot parts" to put on them. 75. And finally — make a bookshelf on wheels! homedit.com A love of reading follows you everywhere, and this bookshelf will too.