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Dada Dictionary Game

“Dada is what you can make out of yourself.” —Hausmann Continue Reading

A wishing tree for your neighborhood

Wouldn’t you like to have a wishing tree sometimes? Then find one and get started! It’s easy and a nice gesture for others. Continue Reading

Doodle goes Shnrpl

Some 40 years ago, the German artist and cartoonist F. K. Waechter invented the game “Shnrpl” for his children book “Opa Hucke’s Mitmach-Kabinett”. You can play it alone or together with friends and family, and you only need paper and a pen. Continue Reading

Bullshit – and how to have fun with it

My father was a farmer. We had cows and bulls, and a big dung heap. When a kid, my sisters and I used to play a game called “Mistfahren” (driving the dung). Continue Reading

Printable Connect the Dots and Coloring In

Let’s all have fun, kids and adults connecting the dots and coloring in these images!
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Back to the roots

Remember when we were kids and it was so easy to busy ourselves for hours with simple games? It’s time for a revival! Continue Reading

Just One – just creative and visually

Do you know the Germans’ game of the year 2019? It’s called “Just One” and it’s a great game to play with family or friends and spend some time together. We’ve created a slightly different version of this game: Continue Reading

Create a pocket-sized notebook with Pin-It Cards

Let’s create a pocket-sized notebook to jot down ideas, highlights of the week, the weekly gratitude list or even to give it to the kids and help them to keep track of activities and how many stars they’ve earned by accomplishing them! Continue Reading

Rainbow scavenger hunt

True to the motto #stayathomebutgetfreshair I’ve discovered this cool idea in our neighborhood. My daughter and I were going for a walk (in Germany we are still allowed to be active outside) and when we were walking past a playground we saw a little sign attached to the fence. It said: “How many rainbows can you find?” Continue Reading

Layer magic with Estatics: Opaque layers

Estatics stick to smooth surfaces, so they also stick to other Estatics. With scissors, Estatic markers or AcrylicOnes and some imagination you can achieve magical effects. Continue Reading

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