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Princess pies

To make this my daughter used~
colored shaving cream in a ziplock bag. (we cut off a corner so she could squeeze it out easy and also used food coloring to color the shaving cream)
pom poms
and potpourri

My daughter went to work making some pies in little cups. Messy but worth it seeing her mind at work making different kinds of pies.

note~ my daughter is almost 4 and had no issue not eating any of this but if you think ur little one may change up what you use. Try colored whip cream with different sprinkles and maybe coco powder.


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