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Monday, February 23, 2015

Craft for Little Hands Design a Clover


Want to provide your child with a fun st. Patrick day craft that will allow them to become the designer. Allowing them the choice of green items to add to their clover gives them the creative power and uses their imagination. Use a range of green shades with lots of different textures, sizes and shapes. Have fun and be creative

craft resource here

shared at spring craft hop here

shared at the
DIY Party

14 comments:

  1. I like the project.It's easy and the kids will love it !

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    1. that's why we loved it not a lot of fuss and we can all do it

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  2. Aww super cute and very festive! Would be perfect for a kindergarten class!

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    1. that's the age my grand-daughter is in and she loves projects like this

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  3. This would be a great school or daycare activity. Thanks for sharing

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    1. I totally agree can you imagine the fun that would be had

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  4. This is a super cute craft idea for St. Patrick's day. I haven't made anything with my son yet.

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    1. perfect time to do that now and have a bit of fun

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  5. I need to make these with my sunday school babies. They love to color.

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    1. yes this would be perfect for that , you could also share with them how the gospel was spread through a clover

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  6. That is adorable - what a fun thing to do with kids!

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    1. I so agree keeps little hands busy for sure

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  7. Me and our little one loves crafts. This is a neat idea. Going to see what I can use in my craft box.

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    1. yes it would be a great craft to use what you have on hand

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