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  1. What a lovely craft to welcome Princess Charlotte, I really wish I’d have been more on the ball last week and prepared some royal activities.

    Thanks so much for linking up to #toddlerapprovedtuesday this week, Leandra & Becky xx
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  2. I love that you did this craft outside – that definitely keeps things cleaner! He looks so cute. I love looking at old pictures too, I can get sucked into it for hours!
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    1. Thank you! Yes, anything placed on my 15 month olds head is the same, maybe later this year he’ll keep it on! 🙂 x

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  3. Aww what a lovely idea! Much easier than the crown I attempted to make Luke for his first birthday (disaster!) I think when he’s feeling a bit better, we’ll give this a go. And we’re still dreaming of our tuff spot hehe. Thanks for linking up to #ToddlerApprovedTuesday. Ray xx
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    1. Get down to B&Q and get a cement mixing tray, exactly the same thing and cheaper at only £15! This was easy and fun to do for kids, but if you want to make a birthday crown yourself you can make one from felt really easily. I’ve got a post about birthdays coming up soon! 🙂 xx

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    1. They are fantastic, I did a post a week or so about a few tuff spot uses, we love using it! Thanks for comments! 🙂 xx

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