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This Winter season, Atlanta has had crazy weather that switches from hot to cold overnight. Our family has to work overtime to keep colds away! But having preschooler means I’m still fighting running noses and constant sniffles. I try to be a prepared Mom and stock up on Winter essentials for the little noses in our home.
Right now you can grab Kleenex® – Finding Dory, at BJ Warehouse, for the family. The limited edition Disney® design is so cute! My son loves the Finding Dory movie and you can trust the strong, soft and absorbent design of Kleenex. The 2-ply design locks in moisture while taking care of the sneezing germs. I like having enough boxes of Kleenex to take us from Atlanta’s cold season to the rise of pollen in the Spring.
Plus, each box of Kleenex® Finding Dory Tissue Box Designs has a Fandango movie offer. If you buy any Kleenex packaging and upload the receipt, you’ll get a free movie rental!
The fun designs of Kleenex® Finding Dory inspired me to create a fun craft that’s perfect for toddlers. My “Bailey” Finding Dory Whale Craft is easy, simple and fun to make with the kids. It’ll have you talking like a whale!
“Bailey” Finding Dory Whale Craft
What You’ll Need (Affiliate Links):
- 2 Paper Plates
- 2 Paint Brushes
- Blue Craft Paint
- Gray Craft Paint
- Kleenex® – Finding Dory Tissue
- 1 Paper Fastener
- Scissors (not pictured)
- Bailey Printout
Paint the first plate gray and let dry completely.
Paint a second plate different shades of blue to depict the ocean. Let dry completely.
Print out Bailey and cut out the whale shape. Place on top of the blue plate.
Adults, carefully cut out the whale shape on the blue plate.
Stack the blue plate with cutout on top of the gray plate. Adults, create a hole in the center of plates, using the tip of your scissors. Place the paper fastener in the middle and open in the back.
Lastly, place the Kleenex facial tissue at the top of the whale cutout and secure with tape. Optional: draw Bailey’s face with a permanent marker.
Watch the Instructional Video: