Creating a Play-Doh masterpiece!

Thursday, 9 January 2014

Little Miss was very lucky get a lovely wooden table and stool set from her Nana for Christmas, along with some lovely crafty things.

She asked for the Play-Doh yesterday so we all had a lovely time creating our own masterpieces (Daddy especially but don't tell him I told you!)

 

While Liv made a lovely orange snowman with 4 layers, Daddy cut out a Whale and some Doves and Mummy was asked to make a rose - I was actually quite proud of my rose as I have zero crafting talent but then I was brought back to reality when she requested a Dog . I was too ashamed to take a picture of that monstrosity and was very glad when Liv promptly cut it half.

The only problem we had was trying to stop her eating the pink (bizarrely only the pink?) literally every two minutes, do all little ones do that or do we have the child that eats paint and Play-Doh in school?

8 comments:

  1. You can't beat a good playdoh session! Sounds like you got creative too, we always end up just making worms!!

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  2. My daughter used to nibble play dough too! and I went to school with a kid who used to eat crayons! She was less keen to eat the home made stuff though!

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  3. I love playing with play doh Its such a fun activity and it is open to imagination.

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  4. I remember the spaghetti making machine that playdoh used to make , my kids used to love playing with it by making spaghetti from play doh

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  5. Ah I miss Play Doh! We had a to make a gluten free version as our twins kept trying to eat it too!!

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  6. Great rose!! D went through a stage of wanting me to make cats for him out of playdoh - one to represent pretty much everyone he knew. Thankfully, two balls, a couple of triangles and a little sausage tail seemed to please him!

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  7. Your rose looks awesome, I'm actually quiet jealous :)

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  8. When we use play-doh it never results in creations like yours! Note to self -'must try harder!'.

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