Playing dress up is one of the many wonders of childhood. As a matter of fact, my youngest son wore his Spider Man costume for an entire year, really! He only stopped wearing it because all the seams were ripping out and the legs up to his knees (plus I threw it away while he was sleeping. Hey, a mom has to do what a mom has to do). Aren't there days when you just want to be someone else for a little while. This rainbow mask kids' craft is a fun addition to any costume or enough to just wear on its own. How could anyone be sad while they have something like this on THEY CAN'T!
SUPPLIES FROM THE BAG
Paper plate (9 inch coated)2 pipe cleanersScissorsBlack Sharpie marker4 colors of medium sized pompoms (mine took 17 for the biggest row) Elmer's glueCotton ballsHole punch
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So glad you have joined us in our crafty little neck of the woods. It’s my job to make your job easier by providing creative ideas for you to make with your kids. Crafting together is so much more than just another thing on the “to do” list. You will be amazed at all of the benefits you receive from the simple act of making things together. No more excuses. Fill your bag and craft along!
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