It was a terribly tricky choice with lots of gorgeous images of your little ones living a rudy and the dodo life – creating, exploring, painting, playing and using their imaginations! This week’s winner was actually our very first entrant … congratulations XkittieX for this fun entry …
Please contact us to claim your $50 gift voucher to spend in our store. Yay you!
There are still 3 more chances to win so keep the entries coming. Entries from the first week will be reconsidered in future weeks but we’d love you to add to the collection. Just remember to tag your instagram photo with #rudyandthedodochallenge
Thanks for playing!
You know we have a long history with loo rolls and here is another fab idea!
If you have left over rolls from baking paper or foil, even better. The longer the better and faster (looking) the rocket!
You can use your imagination based on the picture above, or follow this tutorial. Either way, enjoy!
We are loving these DIY Cardboard Playhouses. You can find the tutorial here on lovely blog A Beautiful Mess.
You can decorate them however you like – how much FUN!
We are off to a New Years Eve shindig tomorrow night with the kiddos.
I am taking some of these memory booklet templates along to keep the little tackers entertained! Love this idea.
This is a fab idea to do with the kids for Christmas cards or gifts for the grandparents, aunties and uncles!
Just add their hand print (upside down) in white paint, draw on a face, glue on eyes and a cut out Santa hat.
A lovely little keepsake reminding us just how small their hands were the year before …
I love the simplicity of this paper Christmas tree. Kids of any age can create their own version of this tree, with littler ones only needing a bit of help with cutting (or they can tear the paper for a different effect).
We are sharing the love here tonight with this cool pipe cleaner craft project.
Simply wrap various coloured wool around joined pipe cleaners (you can join them by winding ends together) then twist into whatever word you like (or love!).
You’ll need to help littler ones out with this, however school age kids should be OK to manage with little or no assistance.
Possibly one of the easiest toddler craft ideas we’ve featured. Thanks to Inner Child Fun for the tutorial.
This sweet little button bauble will have the kids beaming with pride once complete. Making it will also help their fine motor skills – bonus!
Here’s the easy-peasy tutorial to help you along.
More fingerprint fun! A lovely idea for Christmas cards, or just some festive artwork for around the house.
Image courtesy of papertipjunkie.com