Which used to mean Tender Loving Care
Now apparently means Tummy Loving Care according to Martine McCutcheon.
Last week, my SIL Marion brought some Activia Yogurt to the picnic. I’d not eaten one before, and when I’d finished, I sat looking at the empty plastic pot. I turned it round in my fingers, turned it upside down, and peered into it. “You’re working out what to make with it, aren’t you?” said Marion [they know me too well] “Hmm, Holiday Club Crafts…” I muttered “But you only just finished this year’s one!” said Lucy. “Yes, but if I need to collect about a hundred, that takes time” I explained.
So the pot has been properly washed and is sitting on the sideboard
I am still waiting for inspiration. I did Google a bit, and came up with this project
A truly fabulous piece of creativity – but I am not sure that it is manageable for 5 year olds [who have no need of pincushions anyway]
And whilst it would do for making a lovely ‘cress head’ that isn’t very easy to achieve in the limited time space of the Club
I keep looking at the pot as I go past…after all, I do feel that
This Looks Craftable!!
Does anyone else have an idea for recycling these pots as a children’s craft activity?