Red Ted gets stuck in!

Here are some pegs that we made after the below, the principle is the same, let the toddler paint the pegs you stick on the bits, we now use them on art washing line:

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Decided to make my next craft blog with the help of Red Ted! Look at him getting stuck in concentrating hard.These Pegs are super easy to make – cut out some shapes, stick them together, paint a peg and hey presto! Below you can find a Pdf of the shapes I made. For the bunny nose, I used a hole punch. The teeth are the bottom bit of the peg that sticks out. Just draw a line on it! And you can choose to draw on eyes or stick on googley ones. The black bunny was made from scraps of paper I had lying around the house or you can use felt or Funky Foam. Enjoy. And get crafty with little ones.

Red Ted Helps - Concentrating Hard

Red Ted Helps - Some More Here

Red Ted Helps - Last Little Bit

Easter Bunny Decor for Granola Bars
Dragon, Giraffe & Cow Pegs

  Click her for download Peg template

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12 responses to this post.

  1. I adore these, how fantastic are they

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    • Posted by Red Ted Art on March 24, 2010 at 7:26 pm

      Awe! Thank you 🙂 was v pleased with Red Ted’s keeness to help (he’s only just over 2)!!! Will try an do a vlog – though it really is just cutting out and sticking made a pdf template if anyone’s interested…

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  2. I love those photos of Red Ted – it’s great to see kids so engrossed in what they’re doing! And the clips are a great little project too.

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    • Posted by Red Ted Art on March 25, 2010 at 9:17 pm

      Thank you! Am in AWE of your website! Adore the penguin stack and how amazing is the barbapapa house?! Wow. Will def be coming to you for inspiration… posted your penguins on twitter today! Can’t wait to get more crafty with Red Ted! Think he will love it!

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  3. Thank you for linking and the wonderful comments on the Children’s Craft Showcase. I adore crafting with my children, it never appealed before they were born, but they have brought out the creative in me. I will check out for carnival.

    My thoughts are that it should be fun and that people need to be a little relaxed about mess, there are some great mummy bloggers doing fantastic crafts with children – Zoe at playing by the book and Cathy at Nurturestore are both inspitational

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  4. […] Craft: Peg animals – toddlers can help! […]

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  5. Thanks a lot for linking 🙂 they are so cute and your litle one is so so sweet!! 🙂

    (and sorry for don’t answer you, we’ll going to move to Ireland and my home is a kaos hahaha)

    hugssss

    meni *

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    • Posted by Red Ted Art on June 24, 2010 at 12:27 pm

      Oh wow! Big move!! Hope it goes well.. and you settle down quickly! Will be popping in for the next challenge!! 😉 x

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  6. Oh thanks 🙂 the next challege (and the last until september) is collection 🙂

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  7. I adore your patriotic spirit. It is red, white and bluetiful!

    I hope you’ll stop by for my bbq on an Anthropologie inspired white tablecloth. 🙂

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