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How to Make an Animal Small World in an Altoid Tin

This blog article was originally posted on my first blog In Our Pond.  I started out trying to put all my travel content on my homeschooling blog, but it grew to be too big.  So, I'm moving all the road trip stuff over here!  It'll probably take me a while to move all the posts, but I'll also be posting new content on here as well.  In Our Pond will now be exclusively for homeschooling and parenting content, while this blog (Party Through the USA) is for all the family travel posts.  Check them both out!

As I've written many times, we love tiny toys in Altoid containers!  Today's Travel Time Tuesday is yet another small world toy.  I made the grass part of the tin with peel and stick felt.  The sparkly water is scrapbook paper, and everything else is foam, hot glued to keep it secured.  The cave is a great hideout for a dragon or a family of them.  One of the best things about tiny toys in tins is that you can make the small world any way that you'd like and it doesn't take very long to put one together.

Throw it in a backpack, pocket, or purse for on-the-go fun!


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