Yup, I know that blenders don’t have much to do with baking, but I think this is a cool craft, so I am going to do it.
You will need:
An empty container with a lid
Beads and buttons
Start by cutting the cardboard to the size you want it. This will be the base. Cover it with Duck tape or paint it. Glue a bead to the top for a lid and beads to the sides for handles. Glue beads to the base for buttons. Now you have a blender. You can take the top off and put stuff in it.
My family always has ropes up in our backyard. We string them up different ways and walk across them. Ours our sort of in the woods, so I did it for jungle week. You will need thin rope or strong string. I strung it from one tree to another, tying in the middle. Make sure to tie it really tight. You can add a top rope if you want. Now put a doll on and maybe a harness. I am using a string tied around Abby’s waist and a clip, more to keep her up then for her. Apparently Abby decided to go zip lining.
You can do this as many ways as you want. I just used the two strings so I did a tight rope, but we have done it more ways than I can count.
We sat down and opened the box. It was filled with a bunch of projects.
We pulled out a light and at attached it to a battery pack.
Hope pulled out a guitar and started playing it.
We found a fan.
And I pulled out a scale but Samantha jumped out of the doll house and started using it as a teeter totter. We just moved it aside.
I found a stick. That was not making it into our lets do this science next year cause of all this cool stuff pile.
Then Hope had the idea to hook the fan and lights together. It works! We looked at each other.
“I was in the SHOWER!” Maria grumbled
“We found this cool thing and thought that you would want to use it in camp.”
This is what they did with it.
I am getting really lazy on Thursdays. I forgot it was Thursday. (What happened to Wednesday?) and turned this into the Thursday post. But if you did cool things in science you could use them for dolls. I put the fan and lights on the same circuit to make a cool thing for the doll cafeteria. The fan is actually solar powered but you can use battery’s for it too.