Taking on a few do-it-yourself projects with the rest of the family is a great way to bond and be productive at the same time. There is a certain feeling of pride you can only get from making something with your own two hands. Sharing that experience with your spouse and kids makes it even better! Gather the family and put your creativity to work with a few of these fun DIY ideas.

Why buy a toy chest when you can make your own, complete with wheels? After you build it, let your kids paint and decorate the project to make it their own! (via This Little Street)


Who would’ve guessed that animal figurines and mason jars would make such a cute container display? (via Design*Sponge)


There are many things your children shouldn’t put in their mouths, but this isn’t one of them! Make a few candy rings to dress up your child’s fingers and satisfy their sweet tooth! (via Sweet Lulu Blog)


Adding rainbow hearts to some homemade treats brings your tasty creations to a whole other level! (via The Tomkat Studio)


These paper Popsicle sticks put a whole new spin on the traditional memory game of cards! (via Kitchen Corners)


Turn your family photos into blocks! No only will these personalized toys be on display forever, but your kids will love playing with them. (via Sweet Paul Magazine)


Do you have a blank wall in the house? Round up your kids, get some dots ready, and turn that boring part of the room into a giant confetti wall! (via Wee Birdy)


A chalk and magnet board is the perfect traveling companion for kids in the car. The best part is, you can make this yourself! (via Sunny With a Chance of Sprinkles)


If you want more green in your room without actually needing to tend to it, make your own paper plants with the kids! (via Koskela)


Tiaras for your princesses don’t have to cost a pretty penny. Get everyone together to make cute sparkle party crowns fit for toddler royalty! (via Kelli Murray)


These colorful wood toy blocks are perfect for the little architect of the family! Can you believe how versatile they are? (via Made by Wolf)


Start on a costume! We love how adorable this DIY donut costume is. (via Studio DIY)

It’s time to get messy! Which craft will your child start first?

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