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  1. Jessica Robinson

    Very cute!

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  2. paulinelessonslearntjournal

    Hahahaha. Rudie nudie. Haven't heard that in ages… now it'll be bouncing around in my head all week. Love this Danya. Looks great. Another possibility a kinder orientation I have coming up soon. Thanks hun. xo P
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  3. happywhimsicalhearts

    What a great nude Henry 😉 I bet he was a hit with the kids. And what a fun party 🙂

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  4. Sara

    Cute idea!

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  5. Octavia and Vicky

    He's awesome!

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  6. learning4kids

    He is so adorable!

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  7. Chelsea

    Aw how cute is he! Love it.
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  8. Jode

    oh my goodness I love this craft, bet the kids had so much fun pasting all the squares on!! And the movable arms…genius!!

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  9. Victoria

    What a fantastic idea! We'll have to give it a try, my girls are huge Wiggles fans. 🙂
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  10. He looks fantastic! What a lot of fun for the kids 🙂
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  11. Anastasia

    My daughter would love one of these!!! pinned for future!

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  12. Oh WOW! My little girl would absolutely love that so much. What a cool art activity that is on such a big scale.
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  13. How cute is that! So creative! I know two little girls who would love to make one of those!
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  14. haha, awesome! What a fun craft. Pinned 😀

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  15. You are a cool mum!! What a great idea!
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  16. Kelly

    This is amazing!
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  17. That is awesome 🙂
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  18. Fiona Harker

    Just wondering how old your kids were here. I am looking at this for an option for my 2 year olds birthday and wondered if they would be able to do it. Thanks.

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    • Ooh, good question, this is an old post so I’ll have to think back! My eldest daughter JJ (who helped with the painting) would have been 4 years old, and my youngest daughter Bee was about to turn 2. Bee was certainly able to use a glue stick and glue on paper squares (pasting was one of her favourite activities at this age), but not with any precision. If you look at the finished Henry, the legs where the colours all line up would have been the ones that I did (perhaps with help from JJ), and the legs/body where the squares and rectangles are stuck on irregularly would have been what Bee did. But both girls did enjoy playing with Henry afterwards, and making his legs move around! I think we might still have him somewhere, lol.

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