“The Pie Face Game” is the newest creation from Hasbro that my family has been enjoying playing. It’s not often that I can get the girls to focus on playing a game together as a family but this is one game they didn’t want to stop playing!
Gay Lea Whipped Cream, made with real cream, sure does taste good as a dessert topping but it’s also fun to have thrown at your face! (Especially when you get to lick it off too!)
The suspense of waiting to see someone get splatted is just too much fun! Put some delicious Gay Lea Whipped Cream (or the included sponge, soaked in water) on the “hand” and spin the wheel to find out how many times you need to crank the handles. It can go literally anytime and when it does… splat! Your face is covered in a yummy treat.
We had some fun playing as a family and Keira, 3, was so excited for her first turn that she was all smiles.
Then she started to realise what was going on and got a little bit nervous…
…and for good reason! SPLAT!
She was all smiles after it was all said and done and immediately got down to licking off the delicious Gay Lea Whipped Cream. She kept saying how much fun that was and how yummy too!
Of course when it came time for little sister Ava, 1, to have her turn she had other ideas about the best way to play…
Why risk not getting any Gay Lea Whipped Cream when you can eat it right off the hand?
I think this had us laughing the hardest while playing the Pie Face Game. She kept telling us about “Messy face” and “funny”. Kids, eh?
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* Pie Face
* Monopoly Core Game
* Game of Life Jr.
* Scrabble Jr.!
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Disclosure: I am part of the Gay Lea Ambassador Campaign with Mom Central Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.