1) Make breakfast fun, build a toast tower…
2) …using these wire ‘toast connectors’…
3) …just stick them in and start stacking!
This fun breakfast activity will make sleepover mornings even more fun (if that’s possible). Simply use these wire ‘toast connectors’ to construct huge towers of toast. Either surprise the kids by making your own toast tower centre piece, or let the kids have fun constructing their own.
And of course, it’s not just a fun breakfast activity for sleepovers, it would make any breakfast occasion fun. So how about surprising your kids with a toast tower on their birthday? That would give them something to talk about at school!
It all came about when I was attempting to design a toast rack that could arrange toast in interesting ways (rather than just lining the slices up side by side). Toast connectors was the result.
How to make your own toast connectors (it’s not a fun breakfast activity without them!)
These simple instructions will show you how to make your own toast connectors. But to be honest, there’s probably even easier ways of making them. So make use of the materials you have available, perhaps swapping wire for cocktail sticks, and using polymer clay instead of beads. Good luck and have fun!
Please note: You could use glue to attach the bead to the wire. However, I found the holes in the beads to be too large and decided to use silver Fimo (a polymer modelling clay) instead.
1) Collectable instructions – they are useful and they look good
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