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DIY Baymax Inspired Play Doctor’s Kit
We look forward to our family movie nights every Sunday, and my kids have been counting down the days till the release of Big Hero 6 on DVD/Blue-Ray at Walmart on February 24th. To make our movie night even more special I included a delicious Baymax pizza and an easy DIY Play Doctor’s Kit inspired by the loveable healthcare robot Baymax, who the kids fell in love with instantly.
We headed to our local Walmart and found the Baymax display near the electronics and picked up our DVD for our movie night along with some goodies for our pizza.
After picking up our Big Hero 6 Exclusive Gift Set, I browsed for the perfect first ‘patient’ for our Baymax doctor’s kit and who perfect than Baymax himself. Walmart.com had a large selection of Big Hero 6 merchandise that you can view here, and this adorable plush Baymax caught my eye!
Now if you plan on adding this movie to your movie collection, your purchase of the Big Hero 6 Blu-Ray/DVD + Gift set includes a digital movie on Vudu while supplies last! Simply scan your receipt using the Savings Catcher in the Walmart app. Then look for a message on your phone or email. Now you can watch Big Hero 6 on any device!
Before the movie we made these easy and delicious Baymax pizza’s that were simple enough the kids could join in and help make. For our Baymax pizza’s we added olives to create Baymax’s face.
I started crafting the doctor’s kit when we came home so that it was ready for our movie night. The play doctor’s kit included:
– DIY Doctor’s Bag
– Felt Bandaids
– Baymax Bandaid Tin
– Baymax Doctor’s Notebook
– And I picked up an inexpensive stethoscope to add into the kit
Red, black, brown, and cream colored felt
Blank Canvas Tote ( $2 in the craft section at Wal-Mart)
Hot Glue Gun or Crafters Tape
Recycled Tin for the band-aids
Gauze and any other fun accessories you’d like to add
For the doctor’s bag take your blank canvas tote and red felt. You’ll trace a red cross onto the felt and cut it out. Next you can either hot glue or use crafters tape to apply it to the tote.
I took an inexpensive tablet, traced the front cover with a white piece of card stock paper and glued it to the front. Next cut out two circles from your black felt and apply it to the tablet. Add a line with your sharpie and you can personalize the doctor’s book for your child.
I kept the felt band-aids pretty simple and no sew. I traced out the band-aid shape out of the felt and a smaller square that was attached with crafters tape. I added these velcro stickers to a few of them. The felt is perfect for the stuffed animals because they attach with nothing but I thought I’d add a some velcro so that they could attach to different materials.
And finally I wanted a cute tin for the band-aids so I had a really old small tin that I painted white and attached black velcro circles for a Baymax face and added a line with a permanent marker. For the finished product I added a Band-Aids label to the tin with permanent marker.
After our family night with Big Hero 6 we’ve watched the movie everyday, our kids instantly fell in love Baymax (how couldn’t you!). And I must admit it was kind of a tear jerker for me but I loved it, it was absolutely the perfect family movie! And one that I don’t mind watching everyday with the kids!
How will your family be celebrating the release of Big Hero 6?
Jenna Wood says
Haha, Baymax is so cute with the bandaid- that reminds me of the previews where he has to keep taping himself up 🙂 This is an adorable project! #client