big/little problems: creating clues for clue week...

Q: My little likes Cinderella and I’m going to use that for our big/little reveal. But I’m stuck on what clues I can use for it being Cinderella. Can you help? Thank you so much!

A: Clues for big/little week should be hints about you and your identity. For example, “I’m allergic to cats.” or “My favorite food is pizza.” If you want to give clues about the theme of your actual reveal as well, you can decorate your clues with Cinderella images, use light blue and silver balloons for decorating your little’s room, theme your signs with Cinderella’s castle, the pumpkin carriage, fairy godmother, etc… Craft a picture frame to hold one of your clues and accent it with a glass slipper and rhinestones. There are so many iconic Cinderella symbols you can work with……

  • Use glass slippers to hold candy and clues.
  • Give Cinderella themed cupcakes and cookies.
  • Print clues on wands and crowns.
  • Print Cinderella images on your paper clues.
  • Decorate with glittery stars, balloons and streamers.

How far you go, depends on how much preview you want give! Your entire clue week can be Cinderella themed if you want to go ‘all out.’ Or, you can just slip in a subtle touch or two and save the big splash for reveal day. {photos from Pinterest}

I have a post with ideas for big/little clues that you should review and see if you can fit Cinderella into some of the suggestions! 

Please link here for more big/little clue inspiration ~ 

👑 25 Tips for Creating Clues for Big/Little Clue Week 👑

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I also seem to have found the perfect spot for photos in Domenique’s house, so I’m going to bring more things with me next time I come!