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Ideas pls for mindees to make as pressie .........

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trouble18524 Sun 17-Aug-08 21:41:07

Looking for ideas pls to have child/children make/ceate when mum/dads birthday/christmas etc comes around. I work with children 0-3years.

Ideas so far..
hand prints on plates/mugs etc
photo albums with pics of daily play etc...(great for babies)
cake baking


Thanks in advance.

eleanorsmum Mon 18-Aug-08 08:23:35

I do hand casts with mine, once a year though! get an ice cream tub or similar and fill 2/3 with playdough. hold lo hand out flat and push into dough press down hard and remove. then fill with plaster of paris, leave to set and peel off the dough. i then paint them silver and mount on a piece of card in a cheap frame with the glass taken out. add a printed name and date and hey presto a very professional personal gift! hth!

SammyK Mon 18-Aug-08 08:42:52

They sound lovely EM. smile

trouble18524 Mon 18-Aug-08 21:47:40

EM thats a great idea thanks for that. Great idea for grandmas too that one.

trouble18524 Mon 18-Aug-08 21:50:15

Meant to say, sorry for late reply, jst in from work.

MaureenMLove Mon 18-Aug-08 21:52:43

I used to save the lids from fabric softener bottles to make little flower pots. Shove a bit of plasicine in the bottom and then make a few flowers from funky foam or tissue paper, with pipe cleaners as a stalk. Poke them into the pot of plasicine and hey presto. Perfect for Mothers Day.

The other Mothers Day thing I do, is make bath milk. Tin of dried milk, bicarb and some essential oils. Only a few drops of oil and mix it all together. (4 dried milk to 2 bicarb.) Decorate a little bag or box to put it in.

Tas1 Thu 21-Aug-08 17:57:47

Have a look in the craft section of mumsnet, they have some great ideas.

I'm going to do one of their ideas this xmas.

Fridge Magnet - Get children to do hand or foot print, laminate and they put magnet on back.

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