Firstly, I’m terribly sorry I’m a day late with this announcement however we have only had intermittent internet all week – not ideal for an internet based business, but anyhooo, we are all fixed now!
Once again, 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 is tarsh97 for this fab entry showing her girls building a cubby and preparing for predicted rains. I used to LOVE doing stuff like this as a kid!
Please contact us to claim your $50 gift voucher to spend in our store. Yay you!
There are still 2 more chances to win so keep the entries coming. Entries from the first two weeks 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!
As we call ‘lights out’ on another day for our little darlings, I just had to share this terribly fabulous lantern idea.
Simply cut out shapes of windows and doors (little ones may need some assistance with this) then place your carton over the top of a flameless tealight candle (available from the Hot Dollar shop).
If you want to add more dimension to this project kids can decoupage or paint the outside of their building too. Imagine how great these would look all lined up for an outside dinner? LOVE. x
With the weather warming up here, it’s a great time to get the little ones outside and soaking up some fresh air and sunshine.
Here are some fab ideas to get you started, just in case you are having trouble coming out of hibernation.
courtesy of handmadecharlotte.com
OK, so this home made kids car wash is the deluxe end of DYI but we have lots of easier projects too. All you need for this one is some chalk, a spray bottle of water and a suitable surface. Chalk keeps my kids entertained for hours.
courtesy of playcreateexplore.com
These water walls are both fun to make and use. You can find the tutorial for the first one here. Such a cool way to explore with water!
courtesy of teachpreschool.org
And last but not least (because these two are the absolute easy peasiest ideas you will find!), these recycled milk or drink bottles will keep little ones happy AND they can help water the garden for you. Everyone’s a winner!
courtesy of childhood101.com and journeytodream.blogspot.co.uk
Whatever you do this weekend, soak up Spring (or Autumn for our northern hemisphere friends) and enjoy. x