August 11, 2009

Princess and the Pop Cans




Who needs toys when there are empty pop cans around?

Princess played with these things longer than she has ever played with any of her own toys.


I am thinking I could make alot of $$$ if I market them.
I could clean them up.
Remove all small parts.
And sell 24 for about $30.


Genius of me.

I know.

I will even give my readers a discount.

Because I am nice like that.

And I love you, for reading about all of my brilliant ideas.


You're welcome.


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27 comments:

angie said...

Definitely brilliant. The pictures are pretty great, too. :)

Nicole said...

Just as good as the boxes that the toys come in. Although, I'd be a little iffy about letting my kids play with the pop cans. They would slice a finger or tongue on it!

Staci said...

The things they play with! Who needs all the toys?!?!? Just give them a box, a few cans, a couple of plastic bottles... instant entertainment! Great pics!

LifeAtTheCircus.com said...

My kids are constantly raiding the recycle bin for things to play with!!

Muthering Heights and Other Senseless Sensibility said...

Hey, it's a great way to reuse them!

{Kiki} said...

Kids always find the darndest things entertaining. Great photos of Princess with her pop cans. Happy WW and take care.
-Kiki

Jenni Jiggety said...

Genius!!!! LOL!

I'll take 10!

Happy said...

Oh, Fisher Price could learn so much by simply creating toys that resemble things in our cupboards and trash cans!!!

Elaine A. said...

Don't you just love that? All these fancy toys and they occupy themselves with something like this forever. GAH!

Life with Kaishon said...

Sometimes the things that make them happy are crazy, right? : ) I am glad she had such a great time! It sounds fun!

Alicia said...

I hope she didn't cut her finger!!! Oh, then that would be another blog post!! LOL!

Tiaras said...

teaching recycling already - brilliant!

Brimful Curiosities said...

If you could figure out how to remove all the sharp components I'm sure you'd have a winner.

Brenda said...

Why bother to buy toys? :)

BoufMom9 said...

What a cutie!
I often say I could throw out all of the kids toys and just give them trash and they would all be happy ;)

Happy WW!

Scary Mommy said...

Love the pictures. My kids do the same thing- it makes me wonder why we ever buy them toys!!

blueviolet said...

Well, I must admit that the sound of crinkling cans is very satisfying!

Karen @ If I Could Escape . . . said...

LOL -- er, can't I have a bit more of a discount? Love it!

Susie said...

So cute!!

Foursons said...

Why thank you! You are so kind as to provide such services.

Heatherlyn said...

Yep. I've never been much of a fan of buying toys. Kids find ordinary things so much more interesting!

Leland's Mama said...

LOL! Great idea. My son prefers to play with the 2 liter bottles.
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Michelle said...

Little kids are just like cats.......they much rather play with the bag the gift came in than the actual gift.

I can't wait to see you on QVC! :)

WackyMummy said...

Funny. That would work though. =)

Twisted Cinderella said...

Too funny! Great pics too!

Ryanne said...

My kids are more into boxes, but I know what ya mean, they seen to like the packaging more than the toys! Those pictures are so cute!

Jen said...

You are brilliant! Pop cans are just too fun to play with but you know, if you made them into toys they would be fun anymore.