We’ll put the branches in later..
Looking for something fun to do with the kids? – Why not try this? Bottle ‘blossom’ printing – quick, easy, fun and a great way to use those empty tonic water bottles…
This is a fantastically simple way for even small children to create lovely artworks, a great way to entertain the kids at a party, could be a great idea for children to take home as their party gift, or use this printing technique as a very fast way of creating a backdrop for a Hawaiian Luau, or Princess theme party.
Here’s how we did ours.
Today was the first day of the school summer holidays and I had big plans for my day with Mook and Lulu – sadly, the day didn’t go quite as planned…
An emergency visit to my dentist, on-the-spot extraction of a wisdom tooth (no one was more surprised than me!), and phantom banana-muncher, all put paid to our plans for some hawaiian-style holiday fun, well some of our plans.
I’d decided we would have a go at making watermelon sea turtles and try a great new recipe for banana and coconut bread.
Understandably, after suffering a mummy who was suffering all morning, then losing a couple of hours at the dentist, all Mook and Lulu really wanted to do this afternoon was play hide-and-seek in the park. After the park, and the inevitable trip to the supermarket (or two) we eventually returned home, just before teatime, to start our holiday fun.
So, Coconut and Banana bread – we had scoured the shelves in search of the most unusual ingredient on the list – coconut oil. To my amazement, and some cost, we found it at our second supermarket. Confident we had all the other ingredients, I sent the girls to wash their hands. Wait a minute! Where were my bananas?
A phone call to hubby at work and the mystery was solved (to add insult to injury he informs me he was eating one of the stolen bananas while talking to me on the phone!).
Okay, watermelon sea turtles it is then…