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Gumnut Teacups

by Lucy (follow)
Turn off the TV and tune into your own imagination. Enjoy each moment, allowing your creativity to unfold in the kitchen, craft space or in nature.
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It is great fun to collect fallen gumnuts, but how can these wonderful gifts from nature be incorporated into imaginative play? This is a good way to keep gumnuts upright and user friendly for miniature fairy or elf games. They are just the right size for little fingers to arrange around the garden.



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Ready for the fairy tea party


Time: 30 minutes
Age: Under 5's
Level: Easy

Materials

plenty of gumnuts
colored felt
strong glue
scissors



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Gumnuts


Method

Collect plenty of gumnuts (or some similar tiny drinking vessel - maybe even pistachio shells).



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Circles of felt


Using scissors, cut small circular pieces of colored felt to fit the size gumnuts you've collected. Ours were the size of a five cent piece.



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Glue the gumnuts to the felt


Use strong glue to stick the gumnuts to the felt circles.



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Four gumnut teacups


Allow the glue to dry, then your fairy or elf teacups are ready for a fun tea party in the garden. Don't they look so very cute? Perhaps it's time to make some more?



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Gumnut teacups almost there




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Fairy tea party


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#Nature
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#Outdoor
#Fairies
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