Play Silks are really popular right now, especially with preschool age children.  They love them, there’s really a lot of imaginary play potential there.  I haven’t had a chance to either make and dye some colorful silk material for play or buy some, so I decided to make Emma something to kind of hold us over until then.

Remember when I was making tutus?  Well, I had a lot of tulle left over, so I decided to make Emma a tulle wand.  I’m not really sure what to call it, but tulle wand sounds better than tulle on a stick.  ;-)

Emma enjoyed running around our yard with it, making the tulle fly in the wind.

I didn’t purposely do it, but I think this one looks kind of patriotic.  Can’t you just see a bunch of children running through the yard with their own tulle wands?  So much fun!

These were easy to make.  I just tied long strips of tulle onto a stick we found.

Oh, and did you notice Emma’s bag around her neck?  That was handmade by a very good friend.  Emma was using it to keep treasures in.

And she let me see what she had collected…

Ah, I love nature.  :)

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