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diy fork painted animals

diy fork painted animals

Is it already too difficult for your children to paint with a brush? Then skip this idea and better take a fork! Let your child draw as they can, the main thing is the pleasure they get during the process, and some colored paper will easily turn children’s pictures into pretty pandas, parrots, lions and hedgehogs.

Step by step fork painted animals

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Let’s make a hedgehog! Glue a hedgehog silhouette on the yellow sheet, fix one eye with a white and black paper circle, draw a nose and mouth with a black felt-tip pen. Paint some quills with a fork and black paint, then paint the legs with black paint and a finger.

Video shows how to make fork painting animals

Summer is most of the outdoor season, but small babies can make everything more difficult, including having fun outdoors. If you want to go outside everywhere - to the beach, garden, terrace, camping or otherwise - take your child with you and don't forget a baby tent! A baby tent is a great idea for taking your child outdoors, keeping them busy and safe, and you won't have to worry about the child as much. Let's look at some ideas to try them out.


Buy a portable cot and put it anywhere: in your garden, on the patio, in the garden, etc. Such cots have zippered parts that can be opened and closed, so there is plenty of fresh air and you open the part and your child can come out if necessary. One cute hack is to take a suitable kiddy pool and turn it into a bed - keep an eye on the kid so they don't fall from there.


A portable tent is a perfect summer solution as it allows you to take your child with you wherever you go, keep them safe and have space for activities. It can be of various shapes - spheres, diamonds, and various simpler shapes, and of various colors - from yellow to red. Such tents can also have unique and playful shapes, such as various cartoon animals. Take this tent with you to the beach, forest, garden or park and enjoy!

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Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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