DIY Straw and Beads Necklace Tutorial from Honest to Nod. Favorite gift to give 4-6 year olds? Large wooden beads and long shoelaces in a small tackle box with the child’s name written in puffy paint on top. Needless to say adult supervision is needed to prevent choking. For more DIY kids jewelry go here: unicornhatparty.com/tagged/jewelry
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DIY Straw and Beads Necklace Tutorial from Honest to Nod. Favorite gift to give 4-6 year olds? Large wooden beads and long shoelaces in a small tackle box with the child’s name written in puffy paint on top. Needless to say adult supervision is needed to prevent choking. For more DIY kids jewelry go here: unicornhatparty.com/tagged/jewelry

DIY Drinking Straw Geometric Jewelry. I’m posting this on my kids’ blog because this could be really cute kids’ or trendy grownups’ jewelry that you won’t cry over it something happens to it. Really clever tutorial from Creme de la Craft here.
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DIY Drinking Straw Geometric Jewelry. I’m posting this on my kids’ blog because this could be really cute kids’ or trendy grownups’ jewelry that you won’t cry over it something happens to it. Really clever tutorial from Creme de la Craft here.

DIY Magic Flute Made Out of Drinking Straws. What a great idea! Tutorial from Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational here. *There is also a magic flute writing and drawing prompt and a YouTube Video of Mozart’s The Magic Flute on this post.
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DIY Magic Flute Made Out of Drinking Straws. What a great idea! Tutorial from Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational here. *There is also a magic flute writing and drawing prompt and a YouTube Video of Mozart’s The Magic Flute on this post.

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Weaving with Drinking Straws. Skinny = 3 straws, Wider = 15 straws. Even though this is for children of all ages, I had to read the directions twice, but then I got it and it was easy to understand. Good for small projects like bracelets, and great for kids. Tutorial at Home Ed Groups here. *This is now a closed blog. 
*For another tutorial go to Dollar Store Crafts here or the best and easiest way to learn this is to watch thevideo at Kid at Art here.

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Weaving with Drinking Straws. Skinny = 3 straws, Wider = 15 straws. Even though this is for children of all ages, I had to read the directions twice, but then I got it and it was easy to understand. Good for small projects like bracelets, and great for kids. Tutorial at Home Ed Groups here. *This is now a closed blog. 

*For another tutorial go to Dollar Store Crafts here or the best and easiest way to learn this is to watch thevideo at Kid at Art here.

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