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SEND YOUR KIDS OVER THE MOON With Their Very Own Rocket Ship

Kate's Creative Space

I know that in this day and age, the best way to show your ungrateful hell spawn how much you love them is to hand over your debit card and pin number and hope that they don’t wipe you out financially. 

But perhaps there’s another way to garner praise from your little succubi without watching your credit score plummet. Like, maybe, by spending an afternoon of bonding over cardboard, decorative paper and highly sniffable glue to create a fantabulous rocket ship that will surely make the little ones happy for ten minutes.

And Kate from Kate’s Creative Space has that glorious ten minutes covered in her tutorial for turning the most basic of craft materials:

Kate's Creative Space

Into an object of creative play that will certainly make every other mom and dad jealous of your awesomeness.

So, if you happen to have a lazy afternoon free and want to feel the glorious love of your child without any hint of irony, start planning a Rocket Ship Day that will result in the one good memory your kid will have with you.

Seriously, how adorable is this little door?

Kate's Creative Space

I mean, what kid doesn’t want to be called Captain? (Hell, what adult doesn’t want to hear it?).

Have fun.

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