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Saturday, December 8, 2012

Play House from Cardboard Box

We got rid of so many big boxes that we had before but we have some more again due to our bathroom renovation. We have a big one and my daughter and I turned it into a play house.
Ms. Burrito suggested that we should put a chimney  so Santa Claus could get in  on Christmas time.  We are planning to decorate it for Christmas to "impress Santa" lol.

Wearing different kinds of socks is her new thing now.

I am wishing you guys a great weekend ahead!

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27 comments:

  1. I'm so impressed by this! She will be an architect one day. And it looks fun, too.

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  2. Wow, she is so brilliant at making that little house! What a smart girl you have there, mommy Rose!

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  3. hehhehehe that is so cute. playhouse and it very creative

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  4. Pretty house.I remember back in Qatar. we had a big box brought by hubby from work.he made a house out of it for our little boy. Ahaha, very simple, we don't have a talent to make it prettier.

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  5. what a great idea, you sure save a lot for a play house..decorating it for Christmas would be fun..looking forward to it..

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  6. rye looks pretty cute on her curly hair...:) that is really a nifty idea!

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  7. Oh great project Riley. Very impressive. She can construct a house at a very young age. :)

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  8. That is a nice project for kids and very resourceful and creative.

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  9. You are so creative, you were able to do that. Well, your daughter seems to be enjoying her new playhouse.

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  10. ooh, that's very creative. I remember i used to create house from cardboard and pillows when i was younger.

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  11. that's so fun! my two boys are looking at the page right now, and they want me to buy those toys, hahaha. i said sure! they'll forget about it tomorrow, i hope!

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  12. That's a great way to use a box!!!

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  13. very creative ah, nice one :)

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  14. Sometimes kids like the simplest things, although it's a long time ago I remember playing with cardboard boxes growing up.

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  15. i joined shadow shot. I just noticed that ms. burrito's hair is curly/wavy now. she looks like a doll, such a beauty.

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  16. An excellent playhouse - all the better because you both made it together. Nice shots! Thank you for sharing them on Mandarin Orange Monday:)

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  17. How creative! I love her hair. Have a fabulous week!

    Liz (mlc)

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  18. wow shes so artistic..i used to place such stuff when i was young..

    visiting from mellow yellow

    http://getitfresh.blogspot.com/2012/12/mellow-yellow-monday.html

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  19. I am just old enough to remember not having lots of toys and having to make up things to do - like making a cardboard house to provide activity. Kids don't need fancy toys as much as they need places to use their imaginations. She is a beauty, as always!

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  20. Big boxes are better than any toy!

    Visiting from Blue Monday. Come and join me for my Countdown to Kitschmas!

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  21. There are still a few kids around that enjoy the simple things.

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  22. Just don't let Santa get in there. :)

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  23. Lovely shots of beautiful children!

    Have a lovely weekend too.

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  24. wow...very creative si burrito..galing naman...and oh the sock?...kikay lang ang peg..

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  25. Impressive ang creativity ng mom and daughter! At wala akong masabi sa chimney para kay Santa. Careful, baka di makapasok si Santa, ma-delay ang gifts. Lol! Indeed, there are also joy in simple things.

    Have a blessed day, Rose!

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