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Play doh lid Christmas trees

We collected a lot of play doh lids over the last pass year, and we finally got around to doing something with them.
First thing we did was add them to our felt tree using double sided tape. They didn't stay up to well but either way it was fun for my kids and we got to practiced colors too.

The second thing we did was making a tree using the lids and then adding little things on top of the tree. I loved this one, and with both projects there is no way any kid could get it wrong so let them have fun and be as creative as they want!


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