Sometimes I hear so much giggling from my two that my heart almost explodes… They giggle the most when they play their imaginative little games together. I hear all about the magic elephants they are riding, the super duper sit (a magic sit that renders the person you are sitting on immobile), Ninja Ellie’s magic powers, they sing “Marry music” to their teddies that are in love with each other and so much more! I love listening to all the wonderful magical things that they imagine!
One afternoon I was listening to them play (well it is hard not to hear them) and they were discussing what they needed to collect to put their magic powers in, they decided to collect a “lovely” concoction of dirt, sand and plants mixed with water although it got me thinking that we could make some magic dust bottles…
So the next time I was at the “cheap shop” I bought a few little confetti stars to add to our collection and that is how the magic begun!
What we used:
Obviously there are no rules when it comes to making your magic wishing dust! It depends on what magic you need your dust for I guess. We had our Guinea pigs Fluff and Nibbles help make ours
As soon as they had made any they needed to test it out!
A little more “testing”…
As you can see there is lots of “magic” left so best use it outside!
Free parts of blood printable — Blood
Hands on blood!
**Note. Although the photos show us adding water beads that have not grown to yellow water we found that it is best to soak the water beads in uncoloured water before adding them to the yellow mixture! Otherwise your blood will turn orange :\ Once the beads have soaked up as much water as they can then add them to your yellow plasma and it should look just right
William to so excited to see the glitter “form a scab” when he added it!
When our blood was ready I set it out with some buttons to use as diseases and other invaders!
There were a few battles between the white blood cells and the invaders
They decided that they needed more platelets to stop the bleeding!