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Brilliant! It's a shower curtain (liner) taped to the kitchen floor. The road is drawn on with permanent marker and the kids can color to their hearts content then drive their cars on it. Gonna need some ideas for the upcoming winter - this will be a fun cold day project!
Shower curtain village play mat I saw the idea for making a kid's play mat out of a dollar store shower curtain on a blog called My Little Gems, which is written by Sharla. I came across this craft and hence her blog because it was featured on Blissful Kids. I had six kids over and it was nasty rainy, so I needed something that they could help to make and play with for most of the afternoon.
It's a shower curtain (liner) taped to the kitchen floor. The road is drawn on with permanent marker and the kids can color to their hearts content then drive their cars on it. I like this, because it allows the children to do a lot of the creating!
use markers on masking tape to make "washi" tape - lay tape on wax paper to design, then peel up when ready to use.
Use shower curtain liner, permanent markers.. and then kids write with dry/wet erase markers.
Twinkle Curtain. Black out curtain with stars in real constellation formation. via GRAstudio's etsy store.
Free printables for mason jar lids. I love this idea to create pre-mixes of the dry ingredients for my homemade recipes. Place on the label the wet ingredients to add and cooking instructions. Presto! A quick homemade treat or give away as a cute gift.