Play Doh Hedgehogs

wpid-20150908_071223.jpgBack to the most simple crafts: We were tired but it wasn’t quite bedtime yet. We had some old, almost too dry, play doh and we had tooth picks. That was enough for making a little family, and a perfect little thing to do together.

While sticking the tooth picks in, I heard all about the kids day at daycare. Best part of the day!

(I also heard how my son wants to have a prison theme on his birthday: all kids would be policemen and they’d throw all adults in the prison. And then we’ll eat cake. Sounds like a party.)

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7 comments

  1. I used to make these as a kid. 🙂 But had totally forgot about them. So simple, but fun. 🙂 Sharing on twitter and Pinterest. 🙂

    1. Thanks! 🙂
      How are you with all your little ones?

      1. Good thanks, enjoying the cooler weather. How have you been keeping ?

  2. Sounds like a wonderful activity to do while catching up with the children. I think kids tend to open up and talk more freely when we are engaged in the same activity as them. 🙂

    1. Never thought of it but now when you mention it: that’s true. An other reason to stick to these very simple crafts in the evenings

  3. Well, now I want a prison theme for my birthday!!!

    1. Haha, I can count on you!

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