Monday, February 7, 2011

Easy Bath Toys


All you need is a pack of sponges and dental floss {that's what I was told to use but after making these, I'd recommend using a thin rubber band to keep them together}.

Take out your pack of sponges and cut them into slices... Use the dental floss {doubled up} to tie them together...
And done!! Really easy-to-make bath toys!

20 comments:

  1. I'm totally doing this today... Thanks for the inspiration!

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  2. Here from Someday Crafts - GREAT idea - will be doing this for my kids to play outside...

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  3. Cute! Thanks for sharing :)
    Erica at bisforboycreations.blogspot.com

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  4. Love this idea!! I featured you at UCreate with Kids.

    Becky @ ucreatewithkids.blogspot.com/

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  5. Awesome! Much better than nasty squirty toys that get mildew-y.

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  6. What a super idea! I am a new follower. Found you from Ucreate!

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  7. We make these a lot, but with plastic tie cables. Never thought of using dental floss. Does it hold up well?

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  8. Stopping over from Keeping it Simple. Great idea! Kerri

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  9. I think my little man would love these!

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  10. Cute! We did something like this with those cheap, foam sponges from the dollar store. We made animals out of them. I don't think those dollar store sponges are worth much more than to use as a toy! http://mommysavers.com/boards/your-creative-side/162751-dollar-store-craft-sponge-butterflies.html

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  11. Great idea! Not sure they will entertain my 10 year old for long, but I'll have to keep this on my list to make for a little one's gift!

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  12. Super Cute idea!!

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  13. This is great! I just finished making a set for my boys. 10 minutes and I only used the rubberbands. Works great. Can't wait to see them playing with them tonight! Thanks!

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  14. Keya - Rubberbands work so much better! They last forever :) Glad you like this project!

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  15. Cute, and super cheap/easy! Could be a really fun summer/pool toy (instead of water balloons). For those who used rubber bands, could you still get it nice and tight and ball-like?

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  16. These are so awesome! Thanks for sharing the tutorial!

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