Today we were playing with play dough in a different way. We decided to make sun catchers with it.
First you want to cut your contact paper to the size you want it. I taped my daughters page down to the counter and then in the end used a bigger piece of contact paper for the top and kept the white tape around the edges. For my sons I ended up cutting his smaller so there was not white tape edges. Either way was good. I think the key is to have the contact paper that you cover the working surface with be bigger so you can fold it over the back a little to make sure it sticks really well.
Ally (7) created her famous flower in the sun scene. James (5) went a little abstract and Grace (2) mixed up all the play dough into a big ball in the end and had to try cutting it like we did with the GAK.
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