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This has to be one of the best things I’ve seen lately.
and the Brooding Hen has the whole tutorial on their site.
Seriously awesome. My boys have always loved miniature things – Playmobil, Lego… this is no exception and you can actually use it! So cool!
Go check out the Brooding Hen for the “how to” and make one. Or several.
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Wow, I always get the BEST ideas from your blog! LOVE this- my boys will all go nuts over this! Thanks for passing along 🙂 Hope you have a great rest of the week and weekend!
Nice toy! I never thought that it could be so simple to make.
Do you use small Popsicle sticks or large tongu depressors?
These look like so much fun! I really wanted to try them with my Botany Camp kids at the botanical garden next week, but unfortunately the popsicle sticks in our supply closet are not flexible enough for this to work. In fact, they are hardly flexible at all. Must be the wrong brand!
Did you try soaking them first?
Wow, I have tried to make my own Mini-Bow before with some bamboo skewers. This is a Much better idea.