holding mixer or helping stir items
shucking corn - quite messy but took her quite a while
Other things she can do:
* Put items into the garbage for me
* Unload dishwasher and bring dishes to me to put away
* Feed the cat
* Pull potatoes out of the bag and hand to me to peel
* Wash potatoes, carrots, etc.
Cut & fold into envelope shape. Affix address with a label. What a funky piece of mail to receive!
Make a calendar from your home printer
Take a picture of artwork and using website (like Walmart or other similar one) upload to use on:
mug, mouse pad, calendar, greeting cards, notepads, tote bags, and anything else they will put a photo on
Cut up artwork into strips or squares and let child glue onto paper for a newly designed piece of artwork - or put onto a greeting card!
Cut into squares, punch a hole in corner for a gift tage
Mat and frame the artwork
Cut up into strips for bookmarks: laminate or glue onto cardstock. Punch hole in top and thread yarn through.
Create greeting cards
Laminate for use as a placemat
Transfer or trace onto fabric then embroider and make tea towels, napkins, quilts, sachets, and small pillows
Cut into puzzle pieces and let child put it together again
Decoupage it onto any wooden, metal or glass items (wood tray, a box, a frame, a set of drawers, metal can, cardboard can (like from hot chocolate), glass votive holders, glass canisters, etc.
Cut into squares to make a memory matching game
Glue to wooden shape or cardstock and place magnet on back
Cut into strips to make a linked chain garland.
Print on fabric to use for: pillows, quilt squares, sachets, appliques, pot holders, fabric coasters, tea towels, tote bags, and aprons
Cover a blank book or journal
Use artwork (or photo of it) in place of the photo on a photo keychain