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Presents for grandparents

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MrsDustyBusty Mon 28-Nov-16 09:32:27

My daughter is 18 months and I think her grandparents would be overcome with delight if she managed to make a little present for them this year. She has the full compliment, luckily!

Sadly, her mother has no imagination whatsoever. Has anyone any ideas for something I could help her do, and do four times?! Handkerchiefs with handprints, maybe? Is that massively rubbish?

What are your kids doing?

Nanasueathome Mon 28-Nov-16 09:38:33

Is there a pottery cafe near you?
I took my grandson to one and he painted a plate.
It was a mess ( they out it down as multi-coloured) but he was so proud. We had to collect it a week later (after it had been fired) but his parents were delighted

MrsDustyBusty Mon 28-Nov-16 09:47:43

Must look, never heard of that before but she'd love it!

noramum Mon 28-Nov-16 11:03:34

We did salt dough tree ornament. Did the dough, got the cookie cutters out, baked them, painted and carefully wrapped and sent by post.

All survived and I now the grandparents still have them 7 years later.

Heirhelp Mon 28-Nov-16 14:49:51

I have taking 6 months DD to do a hand print photo frame at a pottery place.

traviata Mon 28-Nov-16 22:08:09

get yourself onto Baker Ross website.

for example these photo star decorations could go down well, as coloured and decorated by DD; or snow globes with her photo in, or any number of things with stickers to be applied.

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