A little tutorial that will keep the kids busy for about… 10 minutes.
Way back while I was studying, a friend showed me how to do this. Probably seems very straight forward, but heck, I didn’t think about it at the time.
Mom bought Lili some glow in the dark stars; I had some of mine left over from res days, so yesterday we put them up.
You will need:
- A broom
- Glow in the dark stars / celestial bodies etc.
- Toddler assistant optional
This is a spot directly above her bed. Little Lili hasn’t seen stuff glow yet – curious to see her reaction at night.
Put a little bit of Prestik on the tip of the broom handle; rub it flat so that when you put the star on, it just sticks, but will still come off easily.
Those same little hands made the mess on the floor… but you knew that didn’t you. (While uploading I notice that she was wearing this shirt)
Our ceiling may look like grooved wood, but it’s actually polystyrene. It really helps with insulation, and you get all types of finishes. Point is, I still don’t want to poke a hole in it
**We did this on Monday (posting on Tuesday): Don;t think she enjoyed the stars so much. Lili kept on asking me to turn them off. I just told her that if she doesn’t want to see tham, she should just close her eyes.
Tongue in cheek post for first 2011 craft post. May you all have a wonderful and blessed New Year!