Mermaids` Makings

Savoy Cabbage Leaf Print

We made some prints on white paper and when they were dry we cut them out. In summer we had made some backgrounds using sponges to print and now it was so good to use them.  Cabbage print idea from Mister Maker.

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Tonight our Black Lady and Pink Lady decided to find a Spooky Forest. Somebody had told them that they could find huge treasure there.  So off they went. At first they found a Pink Forest. The Little Princess decided to go with them because she knew the magic spell. Next they found a Colourful Forest, then a Golden Forest… and finally the Spooky Forest. But the Pink lady was so scared of the ghosts that she escaped in a rocket, leaving her two friends behind her. Needless to say they ran away as fast as their legs would carry them, so nobody found the treasure after all – perhaps they will find it at some time in the future…

      

9 comments on “Savoy Cabbage Leaf Print

  1. The Monko
    December 27, 2011

    what a great idea, the leaves give a lovely effect

  2. prairie mother
    February 26, 2011

    I love these trees! We are going to use this idea to decorate bags for moms in my playgroup; cabbage and fabric paint. Thanks for the inspiration!

  3. Rebecca
    February 16, 2011

    I saw this idea and knew we had to try it since we had some cabbage leaves to use up. However ours took a different turn :) I just posted about it and linked back to you!

  4. Love and Lollipops
    February 1, 2011

    That top picture is so very very pretty!! Isn’t Mister Maker just wonderful!!!

    • mermaid
      February 2, 2011

      Thank you!
      Yes, he is! My secret wish is to meet him one day.. just to see wether he is real :D

  5. ritsik
    November 9, 2010

    Isegi kui tüdrukul kõne mõttele nii ruttu järele ei jõua, on ikkagi lapse kohta väga hästi arendatud rollimängud minu meelest.
    Lemmikute kohta tore kuulda :) Ma nüüd käivitan ka meestevabriku. Kui hakkama saan, võivad Pink ja Black varsti seltsilist oodata ;)

    • mermaid
      November 11, 2010

      Ooo, see on kyll väga põnev!
      Jääme ootama :)

  6. ritsik
    November 8, 2010

    Tore on neid mänguarendusi vaadata. Saan aru, et sa meisterdamisideed söödad ise lapsele ette aga kas ta kogu selle tegevuse ja pikad teemaarendused mõtleb ise välja? Väga fantaasiarikas!

    • mermaid
      November 9, 2010

      Käsitöö osa me mõtleme koos siiski. Tüdruk pakub ise palju asju välja. Ta ju vaatab oma lemmikut Mister Makerit sada korda päevas. Ja siis, kui ma leian netist midagi, siis näitan talle, et kas ta tahaks teha.

      See konkreetne jutt on minu mõeldud, viimane osa, kus rakett mängu tuleb, on tüdruku poolt.. talle see nii meeldis :D Kuna meil on kõnega siiani probleeme, siis on juttu vähe. Vbl mõte jookseb tal kiiremini, kui ta suudab sõnadesse panna. Aga need nukumängud iseenesest on tema poolt algatatud ja mul on selle üle hea meel, sest selline mäng on kõne arengu koha pealt väga hea.
      (Mul praegu tuli melede, et nukud mängisid vahepeal jalgpalli ka.. see on kooli mõju :D )

      Aga sinu nukud on meie lemmikud :) Nii isikupärased ja kergesti painduvad ja hea soe ning pehme käes hoida!

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