Upcycling to Make DIY Walkie Talkies

Are you looking for a fun thing to do at home without spending extra money?

Today's fun is one our kids enjoyed doing with me! They used their imagination by upcycling repurposing an unwanted household item which for us was a couple of vegetable cans to make into a homemade walkie talkie! 

All we had to do for this was remove the lids to the cans, poke a small hole big enough to feed yarn through, and pull it through carefully through both can holes I made with a sharp knife carefully. 

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Check out the trailer below 

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