Eavan O Sullivan

Eavan O Sullivan

Eavan O Sullivan
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NO COOK CINNAMON SALT DOUGH- the easiest way to make cinnamon ornaments for the tree!

NO cook Cinnamon Salt Dough- the easiest way to make cinnamon ornaments for the tree! An awesome craft for kids this holiday season!

Unlike most boot trays on the internet which are just plastic, here are steps to make your own that looks good and is built to last!

How to Make a Copper Pipe Boot Tray

18 Creative Ideas To Decorate Your Home With River Rocks

Boots tray filled with river rocks: 36 Amazing Ideas Adding River Rocks To Your Home Design

DIY Cobblestone Boot Tray--No More Using Towels at the door!!  Looks so much better!  Come learn how to make one!!

DIY Cobblestone Boot Tray-hmmm I wonder if we could make it into a drawer so you could pull it out when the boots are wet. But then just push it back into the wall/drawer when you are done. Takes less permanent space

If you're looking to maximise storage in your bedroom corner, consider including a Study area!

Let SKON get you out of a corner with your our Sliding Wardrobe Storage!

first floor master bedroom addition pictures | master bedroom makes it easy to organize your wardrobe. In addition ...

I would use the chest for seasonal bedding, love the mirror. Place next to closet possible next to door. first floor master bedroom addition pictures

Poly-ed red oak floors and BM Revere Pewter

I would have a loo inside and lovely rustic bench in that spot

Farmhouse style kitchen decor

Lovely kitchen with soft muted colors

Tried it: Roll and add.  Will print off again.  Grayson liked it.  we did the front and turned it over to do more on the back.  Good practice writing the numbers.  Callaway liked rolling the foam die and counting the dots.

Addition - Roll the dice and add the numbers EASY - Roll the dice and add the total! Addition - Roll the dice and add the nu.

Conversation Jenga. Great for reading comprehension questions and beginning of the year.

Conversation Jenga: A fun way to get students thinking and talking. Students answer a question each time they pull a piece. Could be modified for music therapy but using familiar songs instead of conversation starters - good icebreaker