Monday, May 21, 2012

My Little Kernel

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A baby popcorn bag is a funny idea for a costume. I'm just not sure why the embed code isn't working but you can see it Here.  Popcorn

Monday, May 7, 2012

Make a Suncatcher

This is a good choice for older kids.  Younger kids will need help with using wire cutters and pliers.

First I took a sturdy branch about a foot long.  I gathered up some wire, beads, shells, polished stones and other found objects. Drilling holes in things can be challenging so try to pick things that already have holes. I used a technique called 'looping' to encase the bigger items in wire. I think it came out lovely.