Of course I suggested E.V.E. be made from a boiled egg. It's such an obvious choice and I know I'm not the first to come to that conclusion. Some nori and FooDoodlers finished the job. Using an eye pick and a square silicon cup, filling it with a block of cheese wasn't much of a stretch either, but when Miss M insisted on including the boot with the plant I was a little lost. Until I remembered these cute picks - hey presto!
She also wanted the scene where Wall-E & E.V.E. dance but was happy just to have some star sprinkles in her yoghurt for the night sky instead. She didn't even complain about the colour running :-)
For snack I sent some more bean sprouts (a.k.a. plant) along with some crackers, cheese and ham stars to make a Pizza Plant
Against all odds I actually had time to experiment in the morning so I made actual pizza rice crackers for her. Simply spread with a smidgen of pizza sauce and top with a little mozzarella and ham.
I love this movie. It was one of the last child free ones I saw at the cinema and I'm so glad I can share it with my children now. A children's movie that doesn't have too much scary is a hard thing to find.
What are your little ones' favourite films?
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