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The Lunch Less Ordinary Blogger Challenge – Week 4

I’ve been taking part in the Mission Deli Wraps “Lunch Less Ordinary” blogger challenge which means I am blogging about at least one of their challenges that I’ve done during each week. We’ve now reached the final week.  Some of you may have already read my posts of what I did during earlier weeks.  If not, here are links to what I got upto during week 1week 2 and week 3.  Mission Deli Wraps have given me a big shout out twice now for our Less Ordinary Lunch in both week 2 and week 3.

Every week, for four weeks, Mission Deli Wraps have been releasing fun, unusual challenges for bloggers to complete and post about. Some of them quite easy, and some slightly more challenging.

At Mission Deli Wraps, they believe that life, just like your lunch, is what you make it. Routine and humdrum or exciting and fun. It’s your choice, and they are here to help! They want everyone to grab a wrap with both hands and get stuck in.

The Challenges are to help inspire the nation do something more fun, exciting and a little less ordinary over lunch.

Round 4 Challenges are:

1) For the artistic lunchers out there, create the most artistic lunch you can using only wraps and filling – the bigger the better! Whether it’s the Eiffel Tower or an Elephant we want to see it all! #wrapart

2) Inspired by one of our Facebook fans -take £5 for the week to buy the essentials and we’ll send the wraps and you must complete the Storecupboard challenge – using up whatever you’ve got left in the cupboards, fridge and freezer to make your meals for the week.

3) Tricky challenge of the week! Find and visit as many places as you can with food-related names that can be made into wraps and help us create a WrapMap! E.g. Cheddar Gorge

4) Tick something off your bucket list! We want to see you go out and do something unusual – remember to take a packed lunch of wraps with you.

Looking at the challenge choices for this week, I have to rule out challenge 2, as we’ve already promised son1 a visit to our local Tandoori, which means we will be spending a lot more than £5 in one meal, let alone the whole week.  His taste buds have changed since he commenced on chemotherapy.  He has even asked for curry for breakfast on some days.

We would also struggle with challenge 3, as son1 does not travel very well at the moment. The nearest food-named place I can think of that could go in a wrap is Ham House, which is probably about an hour away.  This challenge did bring back memories of when I made a recipe scrapbook as a teenager, where all recipes were place related.  I wonder what happened to the scrapbook.  Perhaps it might be in my parents’ loft.

Challenge 3 would have been fun if we could have visited virtually instead.  How about a virtual visit to Cheddar, Stilton, Cheshire, Caerphilly, Wensleydale, Derby (Sage Derby), Gloucester (Double Gloucester), Lancashire, Shropshire (Shropshire Blue), Leicester (Red Leicester) and thats just cheesey wraps for starters.  All very yummy in a wrap.

Or how about some really Lunch Less Ordinary!  Imagine some of these in a wrap – Yorkshire Pudding, Bakewell Tart, Bath Bun, Chelsea Bun, Everton Toffee, Lancashire Hot Pot, Cornish Pasty, Victoria Sponge, Pontefract Cakes, Kendal Mint Cake, Scotch Pancakes, Devon Split, Brown Windsor Soup, Bedford Biscuits, Melton Mowbray Pork Pie, Shrewsbury Biscuits, Welsh Cakes, Dundee Cake, Yorkshire Parkin, Edinburgh Rock, Eccles Cakes.  Anyone up for trying?

And here are a few more sensible ideas.  I’ve already mentioned Ham, but what about Cumberland sausage.  A slice of Ox tongue for either Oxted or Oxshott.  A dash of Worcester Sauce to spice up the wrap.  I love Welsh Rarebit on toast, so that should be nice in a wrap.  Cheese and apple is a favourite filling of mine, so could do that with Braeburn or Bramley apples.  And how about putting a pin on the Wrap Map at the Savoy hotel, if you shred some Savoy cabbage into a salad filling.

In which case back to the lunch less ordinary, a crunchy wrap of Ritz crackers qualifies a pin at the Ritz hotel too.

And I’ve rather taken to the idea of dessert in a wrap, namely Eton Mess in a wrap, mmm.

So this week I have decided to do challenge 1 and challenge 4.

Firstly the boys and I all made #wrapart.  Son2 did a design of Goldilocks and the three bears on his wrap.

Goldilocks and the 3 bears, by son2

Goldilocks and the 3 bears, by son2

Here is a short video of son2 partway through making his #wrapart.

Son1 made a sculpture of Darth Maul from Star Wars on his wrap.

Darth Maul by son1

Darth Maul by son1

And here is a short video of son1 starting with the feet for his #wrapart sculpture.

And I decided to incorporate last week’s film challenge into my #wrapart, with a Mary Poppins design on my wrap.

Mary Poppins

Mary Poppins

It seemed a shame to eat our #wrapart, but since we don’t know a wrap gallery…

And talking of #wrapart, its not a wrap, but here is a photo of another arty sandwich that I made, which won a prize in a different competition earlier this month.  Could easily be converted onto a wrap background, with the body circle being made from cheese or ham.

Alien sandwich

Alien sandwich

Then for challenge 4, we couldn’t do any of the top priorities like theme parks on our bucket list, as these would be all-day activities and our time was limited, since son1 had to see the oncology nurse each day for intravenous chemotherapy.  So we decided to try geocaching at the National Trust.  First I made our “Lunch Less Ordinary” wraps, filled with Mock Crab to take with us.  This is an unusual egg recipe, which can be served hot or cold, so I allowed it to cool before I filled the wraps.  You may see the recipe on another of my blog posts.

Mock crab wrap

Mock crab wrap

Mock crab wrap

I had read about geocaching in advance on the internet, so I knew that you found little “treasures” and replaced these with “treasures” you had brought.  Therefore I prepared a little bag of small toys and sweets to take with us.

Then we drove to our nearest National Trust.  They loaned us a map and a GPS device, preloaded with the locations of the caches and short clues.  The boys were very excited when we found the first cache hidden in a tree.  Mistake though, I hadn’t brought a pen to record our visit on the sheet in the box. We swapped one of our “treasures” for the packet of cola bottle sweets we found.  Then we reprogrammed the GPS for the second location and carried on our way.  This was found on a fencepost, but this time the container was tiny.  Most of the “treasures” I had brought were far too big to fit in it.  So we swapped stickers for a balloon.

Geocaching

Geocaching

On our way to location 3, we came to a bench, so decided it was time for our lunch wrap stop.

Lunchtime wrap

Lunchtime wrap

We carried on and our GPS beeped to let us know we were within a few metres of location 3, but unfortunately we couldn’t find it.  The clue mentioned a beech tree, but there were loads of trees.  Which was the beech tree?  If we do geocaching again, I’ll have to swot up on trees.  After about 5 minutes we gave up looking for it.  By now son1 was quite tired, so we decided to finish early and save the other cache locations for a future visit.

Take a look at Mission Wraps UK Facebook page to see some of their Lunch Less Ordinary ideas.  And I hope that my post inspires you to take up the challenge too.

And to help the nation liberate its lunch, Mission Deli Wraps have an on pack competition, giving you the chance to have lunch in some of the most exciting places in the world or £10,000 cash.

Disclosure : This is my entry for the Lunch Less Ordinary Blogger Challenge. You can find out more at www.facebook.com/MissionWrapsUK. I have been sent some free Mission Deli wraps and have a chance to win some great prizes for taking part.

I’m participating in the #ORALBLoveYourGums Challenge

I’m participating in the #ORALBLoveYourGums Challenge.  Oral-B are running a Love Your Gums campaign to educate about the importance of healthy gums. Many people don’t realise that most people will get gum health issues at some point in their lives and it’s the biggest cause of tooth loss. For women especially during pregnancy, paying attention to gum health is important as research shows that more than 1 in 2 women will develop gum problems during pregnancy such as swollen, bleeding gums. By looking after yours, you promote better overall health and a winning smile.

I’ve attended the dentist regularly all my life and don’t have many fillings, although I do need to also see the hygienist for a scale and polish after each dentist visit.  But I’m now at the stage of life, when my dentist tells me that my gums are starting to recede and that I may be prone to gum disease.  I get reminded about flossing and mouthwash, both of which I already do.  The idea of gum disease is not something I really wish to hear.

So when I read that Britmums were running the #ORALBLoveYourGums Challenge, I knew I should definitely sign up.

I’ve received a free full-size tube of the new Oral-B Pro-Expert Premium Gum Protection toothpaste to try, which I’ve now been using for over 2 weeks instead of my usual brand.  The packaging states that it is clinically proven to help prevent and reduce gum problems in just 4 weeks, but the challenge closes before then.  I initially thought I didn’t like the taste, it seemed chalky like the one used at the dentist.  But I now think my reaction was just due to it being different, as only a few days later, I was no longer bothered about the flavour at all.

I can’t say I notice any particular difference in this short timescale.  I still have tartar and flossing subsequent to brushing is still removing significant plaque.

I also make sure my children have regular visits to the dentist.  Their teeth are in good condition, but unfortunately, my 7 year old sucks his thumb.  Up until his diagnosis of leukaemia, this was something I was trying to address, but in the grand scheme of things, I’m now quite happy for him to have the comfort he desires from thumb sucking.  He may need a brace in a few years time, but so be it.

This post is an entry for BritMums’ #ORALBLoveYourGums Challenge  sponsored by Oral-B, promoting healthy gums – something especially important for pregnant women. Get tips and advice on www.oralb-loveyourgums.com.

Disclosure.  This post is a review of products I was sent for free.  All opinions are my own.

The Lunch Less Ordinary Blogger Challenge – Week 3

I’m taking part in the Mission Deli Wraps “Lunch Less Ordinary” blogger challenge which means I will be blogging about at least one of their challenges that I’ve done during each week.  Some of you may have already read my posts of what I did for week 1 and week 2.  Mission Deli Wraps gave me a big shout out for our Less Ordinary Lunch last week.

Every week, for four weeks, Mission Deli Wraps will be releasing fun, unusual challenges for bloggers to complete and post about. Some of them will be quite easy, and some will be slightly more challenging.

At Mission Deli Wraps, they believe that life, just like your lunch, is what you make it. Routine and humdrum or exciting and fun. It’s your choice, and they are here to help! They want everyone to grab a wrap with both hands and get stuck in.

The Challenges are to help inspire the nation do something more fun, exciting and a little less ordinary over lunch.

Round 3 Challenges are:

1) Theme your lunch on a different country each day for a week.

2) Put unusual flavours together in a wrap and get the kids to eat them blindfolded. They need to guess what the weird but it works flavours are. Best of 3 ‘what’s that wrap’ wins! And whatever their favourite is goes in Monday’s lunchbox. Yum!

3) Make a wrap based on your favourite book or film – e.g. The Italian Job – Green Rocket, White Mozzarella and Red Tomatoes

4) Can you make a ‘free lunch’? We’ll send you some wraps as a starting point and then ask friends and family to donate one item each and see what you can create – the weirder the better! ‘Ready, Steady, Cook’

This week I decided to opt for challenge 1 and to include wraps as part of lunch each day this week.

Tuesday – India
Chicken balti served with a folded wrap instead of naan bread.

Balti with a wrap

Balti with a wrap

Wednesday – China
A chicken variant in the style of Peking Duck, using a wrap instead of a pancake. I spread Hoisin sauce on the wrap, added chicken, spring onion and cucumber, then rolled it up.

Making a chicken wrap in the style of Peking Duck

Making a chicken wrap in the style of Peking Duck

Thursday – Greece
A greek salad of feta cheese, olives, lettuce, tomato, cucumber and spring onion rolled in a wrap.

Making greek salad in a wrap

Making greek salad in a wrap

Friday – Italy
Pepperoni pizza made on a wrap instead of a traditional pizza base.

Pizza on a wrap

Pizza on a wrap

Saturday – Mexico
A country that I absolutely had to include in this challenge. But so many possible choices – enchiladas, fajitas, chimichangas. In the end I decided to make burritos served with salsa, sour cream and spicy rice.

Burrito served with salsa, sour cream and spicy rice

Burrito served with salsa, sour cream and spicy rice

The children had never eaten burritos, so I linked in challenge 2, by asking them if they would like to guess what was inside. Son2 didn’t want to try, but son1 had a go. Watch the video to see his guesses. The filling actually comprised onion, refried beans, lettuce, cheese and tomato.

Sunday – Turkey
Lunch in the style of a Doner Kebab, but using a wrap instead of pitta bread. Now obviously I don’t have a rotisserie turning round in my front window, so I’ve used meatballs instead of slicing meat off the spit. I folded my wraps into a cone shape, then filled with shredded lettuce, tomato, onion, meatballs and some chilli sauce.

Wrapped kebab

Wrapped kebab

Monday – Germany
I have to submit my blog post on Sunday, so I can only tell you what I plan to serve for Monday lunch. So no photograph sorry, but I’ll update the post after the judging to include a photograph for completeness.
I’m going to serve Bratwurst rolled in a wrap with fried onion and mustard.

Here is the update to show the photographs of Monday’s Bratwurst wrap lunch – 27/10/2013.

Bratwurst, fried onion and mustard, ready to wrap

Bratwurst, fried onion and mustard, ready to wrap

Yummy Bratwurst wraps

Yummy Bratwurst wraps

As it turned out, I could almost have had a go at challenge 4 this week too. A neighbour gave me some runner beans. I passed a house offering a box labelled “free apples – help yourselves”. And we’ve still got some onions and the last few tomatoes in the garden. And if that wasn’t enough of a weird combination, we could have gone on a foraging walk in the wood. We enjoyed quite a few foraging walks last year, but son1 has been too tired this year from his chemotherapy. Mainly blackberries, but also sweet chestnuts and wild damsons were found on our walks.

Take a look at Mission Wraps UK Facebook page to see some of their Lunch Less Ordinary ideas.  And I hope that my post inspires you to take up the challenge too.

I’m looking forward to what next weeks challenges may be.  I’m hoping they will be really exciting for the final week.

And to help the nation liberate its lunch, Mission Deli Wraps have an on pack competition, giving you the chance to have lunch in some of the most exciting places in the world or £10,000 cash.

Disclosure : This is my entry for the Lunch Less Ordinary Blogger Challenge. You can find out more at www.facebook.com/MissionWrapsUK. I have been sent some free Mission Deli wraps and have a chance to win some great prizes for taking part.

Spooky Fruit Blogger Competition

AlexandAlexa are running a competition for bloggers.  They are asking you to create a modern take on a traditional Jack O’Lantern, historically made from pumpkins, beets or turnips. Grab something juicy from your fruit bowl and use it to create a spooky fruit carving of your own to share on your blog.

Well not easy to carve something small like a grape or strawberry, so I decided to use a melon for my fruit carving.  And we enjoyed eating the melon too.  Just a shame that the competition closes a week before Halloween, as my melon lantern won’t last long enough.  But never mind, I’ll just have to make a pumpkin one too.

This post is an entry to the AlexandAlexa Spooky Fruit Blogger Competition.

Macarons Galore Review and Giveaway

A large box marked fragile arrived in the post yesterday.  Inside carefully wrapped in bubble wrap, was a small attractive package containing 4 macarons.  They looked exquisite and I couldn’t wait to taste them.  I was tempted to scoff them all myself whilst everyone else was out, but I restrained myself so that we could share them.

Macarons Galore

Macarons Galore

Raspberry, chocolate, pistachio and vanilla flavours.  We all agreed they were delicious.  A real treat.  Macarons are not to be confused with macaroons, an entirely different confection.  Macarons are tiny meringues with a crispy outer shell and soft centre with a creamy filling in the middle.

These macarons were made by Benedicte Alix of Macarons Galore.  You may see details of pricing and full range of flavours on the Macarons Galore facebook page. A box of these would make a lovely Christmas present.  They also make bespoke orders for special occasions.

And I’m hosting a rafflecopter competition to giveaway a box of 5 delicious macarons courtesy of Macarons Galore to one lucky winner.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

If you can’t see the Rafflecopter box above, either click the Rafflecopter link or you may alternatively enter via my Facebook page.

Disclosure.  This post is a review of products I was sent for free.  All opinions are my own.

Travel Your Way

Rhino Car Hire are running a photography competition based around modes of transport and how you travel, whether by road, air, rail or sea.

I had a look through my albums and although I’ve been inter-railing and on various types of boats and even taken a helicopter trip, I seem to have taken very few transport photos myself.  Mostly I seem to be in the shot, but here are some on the theme that I have taken.

Travel By Road

I took this photograph on holiday in The Gambia.  Traffic in Banjul was at a standstill, due to the sheer numbers of pedestrians who had just disembarked from the ferry, which had come across the River Gambia from Senegal.  I hadn’t seen anything like it before and was amazed.  We didn’t take a ferry trip, but did go on a tour boat another day on the River Gambia.

Travel By Rail

This is the most recent of my four photographs and is of the miniature railway at Buckinghamshire Railway Centre.  My children saw Santa there last Christmas on “Thomas the Tank Engine” train.  I have photos of that, but I preferred this one, where my family are shrouded in the steam.

Travel By Air

I remember exactly when and where I took this photograph. It was the day of the general election in 1997, when Tony Blair became Prime Minister. We were on holiday in Cornwall and we took a day trip to St Mary’s in the Scilly Isles. This photograph was looking out through the aeroplane window.  I got sunburnt that day and ended up with sunstroke later, shivering whilst watching the election results start to come in on tv.

Travel By Boat

I took this photograph walking alongside the canal in Bruges in Belgium.  We were there for a long weekend and it was lovely to watch the boats go by.  This particular barge was incredibly long.  And Bruges is the only place I have seen bridges of this design too.

I nominate the following bloggers who may be interested in entering too.
Di Coke – http://www.superlucky.co.uk
Lilinha Angel – http://lilinhaangel.com/
Super Busy Mum – http://www.superbusymum.net/
Squeaky Baby – http://squeakybaby.blogspot.co.uk/
Redhead Babyled – http://redheadbabyled.com/

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The Lunch Less Ordinary Blogger Challenge – Week 2

I’m taking part in the Mission Deli Wraps “Lunch Less Ordinary” blogger challenge which means I will be blogging about at least one of their challenges that I’ve done during each week.  Some of you may have already read my post of what I did for week 1.

Every week, for four weeks, Mission Deli Wraps will be releasing fun, unusual challenges for bloggers to complete and post about. Some of them will be quite easy, and some will be slightly more challenging.

Mission Deli Wraps is committed to inspiring people to enjoy A Lunch Less Ordinary; whether it’s leaving your desk for an extra half an hour over lunch, swapping your usual packed lunch for a tasty Mission Deli Wraps, or getting covered in tomatoes at La Tomatina in Valencia.

The Challenges are to help inspire the nation do something more fun, exciting and a little less ordinary over lunch.

Round 2 Challenges are:

1) Mini ‘wrappers’ – get the kids to make up the lyrics to a ‘wrap’ about their lunch

2) Have lunch in a less ordinary location! Send us your photos collage at the end of the week – we’re looking for the most creative wrap lunches and locations!

3) Have lunch in your own mini mardi gras – check out the images we’ve sent you as inspiration!

4) Lunchtime less ordinary bus tour. Take some wraps and go enjoy the sights of your local area

Once again, I was late receiving the challenges, but this was quickly resolved after me asking again the next day.  And luckily none required doing something every day, so I could choose from all the challenges this time.  So after reading the challenges, I asked my oldest son if he would like to do challenge 1 and got a resounding yes.  He was very keen to do his own version of “Gangnam style” and immediately started singing his ideas.  We decided that we would also link in challenge 4, by videoing him singing on the kids bus outside the shopping precinct.

Mission Deli Wrap Song
by son1

Whopper Wrapper Style
Whopper Wrapper Style
Whopper Wrapper Style
Whopper Wrapper Style
Eh Sexy Wrapper Wrap Wrap
Whopper Wrapper Style
Eh Sexy Wrapper Wrap Wrap
Whopper Wrapper Style

Goat's cheese and carrot

Goat’s cheese and carrot

So I prepared our lunch wraps – goats cheese and grated carrot, this time using the free pack of Mission Deli wraps that I had been sent in the post.  Then off we went to do the filming, son1 choosing to dress the part with his cap on back-to-front and his hoodie half hanging off.  Unfortunately the video was shorter than I hoped, as son1’s iPod ran out of space, halfway through me doing the filming.  And son1’s singing had to compete against the nursery rhyme from the bus.  But we did enjoy our fun lunchtime less ordinary.

It's a wrap!

It’s a wrap!

Take a look at Mission Wraps UK Facebook page to see some of their Lunch Less Ordinary ideas.  They are also running a competition on their page for you to set our next challenge.  You could win an “On a mission” t-shirt for your suggestion.  And I hope that my post inspires you to take up the challenge too.

I’m looking forward to what next weeks challenges may be.

And to help the nation liberate its lunch, Mission Deli Wraps have launched a new on pack competition, giving you the chance to have lunch in some of the most exciting places in the world or £10,000 cash.

Disclosure : This is my entry for the Lunch Less Ordinary Blogger Challenge. You can find out more at www.facebook.com/MissionWrapsUK. I have been sent some free Mission Deli wraps and have a chance to win some great prizes for taking part.

The Whittard Cake in a Mug Blogger Carnival

Whittard have challenged bloggers to bake a cake in a mug in the microwave.  This sounded a fun idea, so I decided to give it a go.  Back in the 1990’s, I lived in a flat with no oven for several years, relying on just my microwave and crock pot.  But I don’t think I ever attempted to bake a cake in my microwave, so this is a first for me. I don’t think I had tried, as I always assumed a microwaved cake would not brown and therefore look rather odd.

However I do make a nice syrup sponge pudding in the microwave, so I decided to attempt to adapt the recipe.  Here’s what I came up with on my second attempt, tasty although not very elegant. I initially tried cooking for 4 minutes, but my cakes were over-cooked, so I reduced the time on my second go.  Brown sugar should be used rather than white in order to give the cake some colour.  My recipe makes two cakes, so that my husband and I could enjoy a whole cake each.

Fruit Cake (serves 2)

50g self raising flour
50g soft brown sugar
50g margarine
1 egg
2 tablespoons milk
50g currants

Grease two mugs.
Mix together flour, sugar, margarine and egg.
Gradually add enough milk to give a soft dropping consistency.
Add the currants.
Spoon mixture into mugs and cook at 900W for 3 minutes.
Leave to stand for a few minutes before turning out of mug.

Share the mixture evenly between the 2 mugs

Share the mixture evenly between the 2 mugs

After cooking

After cooking

Waiting for the cakes to cool

Waiting for the cakes to cool

A yummy treat

A yummy treat

This post is an entry to the Whittard of Chelsea Cake in a Mug Blogger Carnival.

Little Adventures Challenge

I originally wrote this post in August 2013 for a Tots100 and Center Parcs challenge, but as we don’t get many chances for Little Adventures, due to son1’s chemotherapy, I thought I would share our adventure again for the Little Adventures Linky Challenge.

This post is an entry for BritMums ‘Little Adventures Challenge’ in partnership with Barny, the bear-shaped snack providing a little discovery in every bite. Find out more about Barny here.  I didn’t get any of the Barny snack samples, but they certainly sound tasty, so I’m sure my Little Adventurers would enjoy them.

Here is my original post …..

Tots100 and Center Parcs have challenged bloggers to make, decorate and sail a miniature sail boat.  See here for details.  This sounded like something that son1 could enjoy between his in-patient chemotherapy treatments.  There was a picture of a paper boat on the challenge and I remember hours of fun making origami fortune salt cellars as a child.  So I thought I would introduce my children to origami.

We decided that we would make four boats, so that there was one each for Mummy and Daddy too.  We only had printer paper, so we followed the top tip of crayoning our sheets of paper first to make them waterproof, remembering to do both sides, although Mummy had to fill in a few small gaps.  We then tried to fold son1’s boat first, but found it rather tricky trying to follow some of the silent video instructions.  So we unfolded it again and swapped to a different origami website which had both video and written instructions.  Much simpler to follow.  We quickly completed boats 2 and 3, but saved the last one, to challenge Daddy to make when he got home from work.

The plan was to take them out to sail at the weekend, but Saturday was rubbish weather so we deferred our trip until Sunday afternoon.  We headed to a nearby pond, where the ducks were disappointed when we produced boats out of our bag rather than bread.  We launched the boats in the water and initially they kept beaching within moments.  But we persevered, and eventually they caught the breeze and set sail.  We then wondered if someone would have to wade in to collect them, as we didn’t want to leave them as litter in the pond.  But the wind changed direction and they sailed back to where we had launched them.  It was a close finish, but son2’s boat was the winner.  And none had capsized.  We collected the boats up, waved goodbye to the heron on the island in the pond, and had a short stroll in the adjacent wood, sampling a few blackberries.

We then completed an enjoyable afternoon with a visit to the play area, followed by yummy cake at Teas on the Green.  We brought the boats home and they were still waterproof enough to float around in the paddling pool in the garden the next day.

Crayon designs

Crayon designs

Origami

Origami

Some of the finished boats

Some of the finished boats

Launching the boats

Launching the boats

Sailing away

Sailing away

A close finish as the boats return

A close finish as the boats return