The Best DIY Cleaning Product Recipes

Cleaning is part of everyday life. Did you know that you can make your own products that work just as well as what you can buy in the store? While I do still sometimes use store bought cleaners, I have also been making some of my own cleaning products for years now! Today, I want to share a list of home made cleaning product recipes!

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DIY Dishwasher Detergent

Homemade Cleaning Wipes

DIY Granite Cleaner

Non-Toxic Homemade Febreze

DIY Mold Spray

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DIY Grout Cleaner

DIY All Purpose Cleaner

DIY Dishwasher Tablets

DIY Cleaning Wipes

DIY Carpet Freshener

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Homemade Disinfecting Wipes

Homemade Window Cleaner

DIY Laminate Floor Cleaner

DIY Bathroom Cleaner

Homemade Laundry Powder

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Paper Plate Globe Man

Earth Day is less than a week away. Today, we made This cute paper plate globe man that would be perfect to make on Earth Day!

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Materials Used

  • Paper Plate
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Markers
  • Blue Paint
  • Green Construction Paper
  • White Paper
  • A Paint Brush

I started by flipping the paper plate over and having my toddler paint it with the blue paint.

Once the plate was dry, I cut out small rectangles from the green paper. Next, I had my toddler cut out four strips from the white paper. After everything was cut out, I gave my toddler a marker to draw a face on the paper plate.

Once the face was drawn, my toddler glued the green rectangles onto the paper plate.

To finish this craft, I flipped it over and we glued the paper strips on where arms and legs would be!

Book Suggestions

Littler learners often enjoy pairing a book with a craft!

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Save Time And Money With These Easy Spring DIY Projects

Spring is here and it is time for some fresh home décor and furniture! Since most of us are limiting our time in stores, I thought it would be great to share some easy DIY projects that can be done with materials you may already have laying around!

DIY Coffee Filter Flowers

DIY Scrap Material Wreath

Hand Painted Clay Pots

Red Painted Bench

DIY Spring Wreath

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DIY Sun Hat Wreath

DIY Doormat

DIY Floral Garland

DIY Pallet Outdoor Lounge

Floral Bookends

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Easy Paper Chick

Beautiful spring weather has come to Ohio. To celebrate, today we want to share an easy little chick craft that is perfect for little ones who are just learning to use scissors!

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Materials Used

  • Construction Paper (White, Yellow, Black, and Orange)
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Googly Eyes

I started by cutting out a big circle from the yellow paper, a triangle from the orange paper, and feet like shapes from the black paper. If you are doing this craft with an older child who already has good scissor skills, let them do the cutting!

Next, I gave my toddler the scissors so that she could make snips around the circle. Making snips is a great way to introduce little ones to scissor use!

I took the circle and folded the edges that had just been cut upwards. After that was done, I helped my toddler glue the parts of the chick onto the white paper. I always offer as little guidance as possible when we do crafts like this so that she can make her own creations.

To finish up, I gave my toddler googly eyes to glue on her chick.

Book Suggestions

Little learners often enjoy pairing a book with a craft project. If you want the book before Easter, make sure to double check the shipping date.

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Bake Like an Expert with These Easy Easter Themed Recipes

March is almost over and Easter is just a few weeks away! Given current events, Easter will likely look very different for most of you this year. One thing you can do to have some Easter fun is bake with your family! Today, we want to share a list of recipes that are easy enough for any family to make, even if you rarely bake!

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Personalized Easter Egg Cookies

Cookie Bowl Bird’s Next Dessert

Easter Bunny Cupcakes

Bunny Butt Sugar Cookies

Peek a Boo Peeps Cupcakes

Easter Peeps Marshmallow Cupcakes Recipe

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Chocolate Chip Easter Bunny Cookies

Peeps Easter Bunny Sugar Cookies

White Chocolate Covered Easter Cookies

Easter Resurrection Cookies

Gluten-Free Easter Bunny Cut-Out Sugar Cookies

Vegan Mother’s Bunny Cookie

We hope these adorable recipes will inspire you to do some Easter baking with your family! If you like this list, please share it with a friend!

paper leprechaun

Tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day! Many of you will be celebrating the day with your kids at home since most schools in the United States and beyond are closed right now. Tonight, I want to share a simple but fun craft that will keep your kids busy for a little bit tomorrow!

Materials Used

  • Construction Paper (I used orange, green, black, yellow, and a light brown that my daughter picked from a pack of multicultural construction paper. )
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Markers/Pens/Crayons

To get ready for this activity, I cut out a hat from the green paper, an oval from the brown paper, a small rectangle from the black paper, and a slightly bigger rectangle from the yellow paper. Next, I traced my daughter’s hand onto orange paper folded into fours. I used two pieces of paper so that I’d have eight hand prints total. If your children can use scissors, you can just draw the shapes that need cut and let them do the cutting!

After all the cutting was done, I gave my daughter the oval and had her draw a face.

After the face was drawn, I helped my daughter glue on the hat. We used the yellow and black paper to make a buckle.

Finally, I flipped over our little leprechaun and I helped my daughter glue the hand prints on to the bottom of the oval. This is his beard.

This is our finished leprechaun!

Book Suggestions

Crafts and learning activities are even more fun when paired with a book! Since St. Patrick’s Day is tomorrow, I picked books that are available on Kindle!