Here are the really cute mini sunglasses punch art I designed for my Stampin’ Up Owl Builder Punches that I decked out for the beach because what self-respecting owl would be seen dead at the beach NOT wearing some shades?
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This brightly colored beach ball punch art can be used on a great summer vacation scrapbook page or a birthday card for a summer birthday!!!
This garland designed for the kiddies to complete came about this past Sunday when I was drafted volunteered to help out during the Extended Care Session for preschoolers (a.k.a. Children’s Church) and had to come up with an emergency patriotic craft project for the Fourth of July. I quickly came up with a project using items from our craft closet that takes about 20 minutes to complete.
The lesson to go along with this craft focused on the yellow ribbon symbolizing remembering our soldiers, the flag symbolizing our freedom, and the “God Bless America” & other religious “die cuts” our freedom of religion. We talked about children in other countries who could not attend church at all or those who did so with the possibility of being arrested.
This would be a great kid’s rainy day craft project for any patriotic holiday or an easy patriotic holiday decoration by varying the paper and foam die cuts used (i.e.; George Washington or Abraham Lincoln silhouette, stars, etc.).
You can also make this as long as you want. I choose to keep it short due to time constraints and to prevent tangling as the children carried it home.
And It’s All About The Beads!
Your beads look great by the light of day, but how about after darkness falls?
Use these quick tips to make your beads “light up” the night!
Here are a couple of quick & easy ideas for dressing up your beads to be equally pretty in the NIGHT as by the light of DAY!
This is the perfect “trinket” for your kids to make as a classroom handout. It’s sure to be a class favorite. Make these for your tween’s next night-time party.
Don’t just keep these ideas filed away for Mardi Gras only, with a few changes they can fit any occasion or holiday:
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