my daughter wanted an easy bake oven.
i said crap to the no.
a. i hate the food
b. to buy more of the food packages are like 5 bucks each
and c. it is unreasonable to expect a child to wait for a lightbulb to cook ? (what movie?)
so this little bites maker is PERFECT. real food..that tastes good.
and it came with all the fun stuff…those sprinkles are my favorite!
we have used it twice. and she keeps asking me to make chili so she can make some corn bread!
so proud she can do it by herself!!!
we loved the creepy eye mask!
complete with fun crayons and pencils and erasers and sharpener…..
so cute…these are all great gifts for those hard to shop for kids! tomorrow i’ll show you some more…
Michelle Paige says
Such great ideas! Love them!
grammy deed says
All those ideas were great. I think kids should get gifts that make them creative and learn to do something important like cooking. Great ideas.
Love all the ideas!!! All the girls I know would really enjoy those gifts. Thanks for the ideas!
Kassi Mortensen says
I'm all about gifting tween girls with baking things! Definitely a skill they need early on! 🙂
Mel@Mellywood's Mansion says
Very cool, my daughter (10) has one of those cupcake makers and she loves it. Maybe you should get your Dad to do a tutorial on the paper roll holder, I'd love one!!
Grace @ Sense and Simplicity says
What great ideas. I love putting together packages like that. I made a snowman kit this Christmas for my nieces and nephews (http://gracie-senseandsimplicity.blogspot.ca/2012/12/snowman-lab-gift-idea.html) that was a big hit.
SiJu P. says
Hey hey hey!!!
I would LOOOVVEEE the cupcake kit too! (Although I'm not either 7 or 9 years anymore, I'm a grown up woman)…
But the little creative girl inside me almost jumped up in the air when she saw this post 🙂 Had no idea, there are such things – playing and eating at the same time 😀
12 points for creativeness!!!!!!
And, by the way – did I mention, that I ADORE your blog? Well, yes, I LOVE IT!!!