Thursday, April 12, 2012

Shaving Cream Slip-N-Slide



plastic table cloth + shaving cream =

Shaving Cream Slip-N-Slide



because it was so windy that day, I put rocks on the edges of the table cloth to hold it down, and though he didn't slip and fall on the rocks, he could have, so I was constantly worried about it. 
He had a blast, but no rocks next time.













Love it!



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21 comments:

  1. I'm going to do this-my guys will go nuts! How many cans of shaving cream did you use?

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  2. seedsandclovers@blogspot.comApril 12, 2012 at 1:23 PM

    This looks awesome! I can't wait to do this with my little one. I posted it to my blog and linked you back.

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  3. seedsandclovers.blogspot.comApril 12, 2012 at 1:25 PM

    I am sorry, I gave the wrong address... seedsandclovers.blogspot.com

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  4. I only used one can of shaving cream! One can really goes a looong way on a plastic table cloth.

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  5. This is on my Must Try list now. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Fantastic! Love the messy play, and this looks so gloriously messy!

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  7. ohhhhh ya!!! that is my kinda slip n slide! we love shaving cream play... this is awesome!!!

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  8. I love this one too! Pinned it a couple of days ago actually! I want to try this with our three older kids! Looks like so much fun.

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  9. SO fun! Visiting again from the Weekly Kid's Co-op. I have some plastic cloths that we can do this with next week! He looks like he had so much fun!

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  10. I have been wanting to do this! I was going to coat a slide to and have it leading to the tarp area. Its my idea for my sons bday party super messy fun!

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  11. we'll be doing this monday, thanks for sharing

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  12. I am putting together a Summer Bucket List and would like to add a pic from this shaving cream post along with the link. Would that be OK with you?
    theunlikelyhomeschool@yahoo.com

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  13. How adorable that kid is! As an Orlando slip and fall attorney, that would be the nicest slip and fall picture I've seen in a blog page in months! Rock on!

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  14. That picture brings so many quaint memories of childhood. Prior to becoming a personal injury attorney los angeles, I wouldn't mind having minor injuries playing in the yard mindless of the chaotic world around.

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  15. I was thinking that it might be good to use ballons with sand to hold down the edges. You might need a few if it is windy but if a child fell on one it wouldn't hurt.

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  16. Debbi that is a wonderful idea, thank you! I think if we do this again, especially with a group, that is exactly what we'll do!

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  17. Maybe next time instead of using rocks you could use tent pegs to keep it in place.

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  18. It looks awesome. Kinda worried about eating the shaving cream or it getting in they`re eyes...

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