Noddy has been invited to Toytown’s annual summer festival and doesn’t know what to wear. Bumpy dog has a new collar and even Revs the car has been freshly cleaned and polished. Noddy has a think about how he can look amazing too.
Aha! How about decorating his famous blue hat?
Can you help him?
If you print off the picture of the hat and stick it on to card you can then set to work. Maybe you will go for a woodland walk and pick up fallen flowers and leaves and maybe a pinecone for the bell?
Maybe you will get out lots of brightly coloured paints and make Noddy the most colourful toy in Toytown. Or perhaps his hat should be all glittery?
It is totally up to you,
Do send me a photo of your creations, I cannot wait to see!
So this past week my daughter turned 10. it was all fabulous, a swimming party, lots of cake, family and friends and presents galore. She also got a bit of spending money. What a lucky girl she is…and she does understand that.
We headed off into town to do a litle shopping and we ended up as we often do looking at the little outfits in Build-a-Bear. L has a much loved and very worn minion and she likes to get hm little accessories, with the new film coming out she was excited that Build-A-Bear woudl have lot sof minion accessories and bears back in stock.
She had her head swayed though buy the very gorgeous Eevee.
We have been wanting to learn how to make a simple chocolate bark for a long time but chocolate never seems to last 5 minutes in this house.
We buy it with good intentions but whoosh it soon disappears!
However last week was my son’s very special 13th birthday and his little sister wanted to make him something a bit special to celebrate him becoming a teenager. It was definitely time to try our hand oat chocolate bark! Here is her little vlog showing you how to make it.
Please excuse the lighting she had gotten up at 6am to make it for him before school started!
She is a very good little sister.
You can use anything really to put on your bark. As long as you have your melted choc base and it is still warm and dsoft you can pretty much add anything you fancy to it.
I fancy caramel and pistachio on a more grown up version.
I think this is a lovely idea for a teacher gift too or for party bags! It breaks up so easily and a slice is just pure delight. I have to admit to having a fair few myself!
My daughter went pond dipping with her brownie group last night in our little local wildlife trust reserve. She had such a good time, was completely filthy and full of tales ( as she normally) is. i do love to see the girls giggling in their colourful wellie,s a proper childhood unplugged time, just outdoors and having fun. Keeping it simple.
She has something clutched in her hands ..look what I made you mummy she declared and even at (just 6 more sleeps) almost 10 she is proud as punch at items she crafts for me.
She had been given a little strip of card with double sided tape cu in a strip down the centre. Allowed to pick fallen flowers and leaves only, the girls had been encouraged to pop their finds onto their card and make a little books mark. How cute is my bookmark and such a simple and fun activity.
If you have kids who are not to keen to go out on a nature walk this is a really lovely thing you can do with them whilst out that will encourage them to be both mindful and observant and distract them from how far you have made them walk! Perhaps.