We love these sensory baubles – the brainchild of Danielle Duggins, who runs the blog Someone’s Mum. Duggins wanted to create something that would be a sensory experience for her son – both during and after the crafting.
You can buy packs of clear baubles online for under a tenner and Duggins says any materials can be used to fill and decorate, suggesting: painted pasta shapes, rice, pipe cleaners, pom poms, beads, glittery card, paint, glitter, and sequins. “If an object is safe, will be preserved enough to last the Christmas season, and can fit in the bauble, you can use it to decorate them,” she says. “As my son loves sensory activities, I made sure we had a range of textures and colours.”