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Summertime! There is something so fun about just even saying “summmmerrtimeee”. I will have to admit that Summer is even better with a one year old running around. She loves being by the pool, playing in the water, taking walks and just being outside. I have been trying to do something fun and different with her each week, so that she can explore and enjoy time outside. We have had tons of fun, lots of laughs, gotten dirty, and enjoyed our time together thanks to the awesome cleaning power of all® POWERCORE™ Pacs. This past week, I decided to do a fun toddler pink flamingo handprint art project with her outside and it was so nice to let her be a kid without worrying about her getting dirty.
What you need:
Pink washable paint
Colored Markers (optional)
How to make pink flamingo handprint art:
Step 1: Pour pink washable paint on paper plate
Step 2: Help your child place their hand in the paint and stamp their hand sideways on a piece of paper
Step 3: Help them use their finger to make the flamingo’s neck and head
Step 4: Allow the paint to dry then use markers to draw feet, beak, and eyes. You can also use other markers to create a scenery for the flamingo. While paint is drying, you can let your child play in the paint on a blank piece of paper if they still want to paint more.
I have loved using all® PowerCore Pacs from Walmart this summer after all of our adventures. They have superior cleaning and brightening/whitening power, plus, they are the first ever powder-liquid combination pac. The all® POWERCORE™ Pacs Plus Removes Tough Odors give our clothes a powerful clean and attacks tough odors, while all® POWERCORE™ Pacs OXI fights tough kid stains. Make sure to use them as directed on the packaging and they work like a charm!
What fun summer activities do you have planned for the summer that all® POWERCORE™ Pacs OXI can help you let your kids be kids and have a blast without you worrying about stains/odors?