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When I saw these little shaped popstick people at a local art and craft store I knew that Immy would love them. And she does!

Immy painted their clothes with watercolours and helped me to add the hair and facial features.

And then our new ‘friends’ were off to dance classes. Followed by a play in our block structure park. And a sail in a margarine boat on the stormy seas of a blue play cloth. How lovely it is to make our own, simple toys to play with.

Have you and your child/ren made your own play things lately? What did you make?

What have you been playing this week?


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  1. They are just adorable!
    On the weekend, my three year old daughter and I made a storybook using folded paper and glitter stickers of animals. We drew ponds and trees and decorated them with sparkly ducks and monkeys. It was heaps of fun. But the best part was her reading it to her dad as part of bedtime books that night. Very cute!

  2. The popstick people are fantastic. This morning my son has been playing with laminated faces of himself, hubby and I. I hope to post about that one next week.

  3. oh they are a bit ace… I want some of those!

  4. Now these would go down well in our house!

  5. love the popsicle people, we’ve done that too! someone gave us a few some blank ones, but I want to get some more!

  6. I LOVE these! Where did you get them from? I have to find some too:)

  7. oooh i love those little people – just too cute, no wonder you snapped them up quick. i’ve been loving these weekly “we play” posts – i think i’ll link up tomorrow!

  8. They are so cool. I think Heidi would just love them.

    We’ve not been doing much new play since school started but something wonderful happened last night that I just had to blog about and it is perfect for We Play :).

  9. So, so gorgeous! We’ve used them before too. Must remember to pick up another packet.

    Great to meet you on the weekend.

  10. Craft stick people would be adored here – just saw the playhouse in Family Fun magazine with furniture constructed entirely from egg cartons… perfect timing for easter!

  11. They are absolutely gorgeous…They can be creative play for all sort of activities…love them!

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