Daughter did grudgingly stick on a few bits of china and arrange a bit of furniture, to give that authentic child touch. We started with the old rotting wooden letter box and worked from there...
Coke can (water tank) that needs a can opener to open, who would have believed that.
A surfboard shaped piece of broken china, which I confess was her idea.
The family that lived in our house from the time it was built in 1917 until we moved in a few years ago were Catholic, so there was no shortage of religious ephemera.
I was foolishly concerned that our entry was so good it might win, which would be highly embarrassing, but I need not have worried. When we took it in and checked out the competition, the standard was amazing. There are some damned creative parents, I mean kids, out there.