PLAY | HANDMADE BOOKS!

Published on March 22, 2017

LOVE the creativity that goes into this easy book activities using household items! Thanks for the idea Presley! 😉 Subscribe to WUM for new vids M-W-F! http://bit.ly/sub2moms

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Elle started WUM after searching for how-to videos as a new mom and wanting more. A digital media veteran, she reconnected with Stanford classmate, Meg Resnikoff and the rest is (well-documented) history. In addition to directing videos for companies such as Motts, Disney, Kohler, Glad and frequently serving a YouTube brand panelist, Elle is extremely passionate about helping other moms share their well-earned expertise. Her favorite comment is “That’s my life too!” and is thankful for how WUM’s growing network of influencers have added to her own parenting experience. Elle’s daughter Presley (4), son Ford (2), and her (usually cooperative) husband Ross are often featured in her Tips and Day-In-Life vlogs.

49 COMMENTS

49 thoughts on “PLAY | HANDMADE BOOKS!

  1. My baby sister is two weeks away!!!! I've told my mom to watch this channel and she actually uses the hacks you guys use!! Thanks you for helping my family out. Ilysm ❤️❤️❤️

  2. OMG, I love this! Thanks for the inspiration. I am a preschool teacher and I bet the kids are going to love this as much as Presley, Ford and Tess loved it.

  3. Instead of a laminator you can put the pictures in a plastic ziplock bag and tape the colored part (the thing that closes) together and it works just as well as a laminated book

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