Designed by Jennifer Gross
(Whitehouse), mom to Blake, 2, and Kate, 1
Long-sleeved white onesie
Children’s size white baker hat
White puffy paint
1. Cut an oval out of the blue foam.
2. Glue the white foam letters to the blue circle
to spell “Pillsbury.”
3. Use the white puffy paint to make little
dots around the outer edge of the oval.
4. Glue the blue oval to the white baker’s hat.
5. Dress your baby/child in the white onesie and white pants.
6. Tie the white handkerchief around his/her neck and place
the finished baker’s hat upon his/her head.
7. Use a wooden spoon from the kitchen as a prop.
Frog Prince in a Kissing Booth
Designed by Heidi Stotz (Swanton)
Mom to Daniel, 7, and Alexis, 3
Second-hand frog costume
Large box the width
of the stroller
Hot glue gun
Optional: Crown and cape
play money for the cash tray
1. Cut the top of the sealed box a few inches away
from the edge. Flip over the cut box and place on
top of the stroller for the top of the “kissing
2. Adjust the dowel rods to hold up the top of the
box at the inside corners by affixing to the sides
of the stroller with zip ties. They should be on a slight angle.
3. Cut the remainder of the box to fit the stroller.
Affix to the metal parts of the stroller with zip ties. Cut to fit the red fabric (see photo for
general guidelines). Attach with hot glue.
4. Use the white ribbon to gather the fabric at the edges of the “booth.”
5. Use the white letters to spell out “Prince Charming Kisses” or “Kissing Booth Frog.” Use hot glue
gun to attach letters.
6. Add optional cape and crown, as well as cash to
the cash tray.
7. Kiss cheeks wearing red lipstick and put child in
Note: Stroller will NOT collapse with the booth still attached.
Designed by Amy Somogye (Sylvania), mom to Dylan, 10
Supplies: Rounded bathroom garbage can
Kitchen garbage can
2 plastic bowls
White foam balls
Gray spray paint
Gray sweat pants
and long-sleeved gray shirt
Gray duct tape
Black electrical tape
Wood dowel and ball
1.Cut a circle (large enough for your child’s
head) into the bottom of the kitchen
2. Cut arm holes into the sides of the
kitchen garbage can.
3. Caulk the arm and head holes to protect
your child from the sharp edges.
4. Cut an opening in the bottom of the
smaller bathroom garbage can for your
5. Caulk the edges.
6. Cut an opening in the side of the bathroom garbage can where your child’s eyes and mouth will be.
Option to caulk this opening as well.
7. Cut openings for the feet into the two bowls. Caulk the edges.
8. Spray paint the garbage cans, bowls, caulk,
cardboard, and wood dowel and ball with
gray spray paint. Allow all items to dry before
9. Draw a door on the larger
trash can (Bender’s body)
with permanent marker.
10. Cover the child’s eye/
mouth opening on the bathroom garbage can
with white mesh and glue
into place. Use the permanent marker to draw
teeth on the white mesh.
11. Form the cardboard into
an oval and glue and/or
duct tape into place on
the bathroom can where
Bender’s eyes would be.
12. Glue the white foam balls
into the oval on the bath
room can for Bender’s
13. Draw pupils on the foam
balls with the
14. Glue the wood dowel and ball to the top of the curve on the bathroom trash can.
15. Place pieces of cardboard, cut to fit, into the
old gloves. Cover gloves/cardboard with gray
16. Dress your child in the gray sweats and shirt.
Use black electrical tape to create Bender’s
segments on the arms and legs.
17. Place the larger trash can on your child’s
body, and place the smaller trash can on his/
18. Place the bowls on your child’s ankles to
cover his/her feet.
19. Duct tape Bender’s hands (the taped gloves
with cardboard) to your child’s wrists.