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Naptime Creations are summer crafts for school age kids!

  1. Gather your materials. You will need some heavy paper or card stock, old greeting cards are a great free and environmentally sound option for fun paper! You also need some glue, scissors, ribbon, a hole punch or eyelet press, and paper punches . You can also use stickers, or stamps!
  2. Cut 2 rectangles out of different papers, one larger than the other.
  3. Punch some fun shapes out of paper .
  4. Glue onto the smaller rectangle.
  5. Glue the smaller rectangle onto the larger one , let dry some.
  6. Using the eyelet setter or hole punch, punch a hole at the top of the rectangles ( make sure that you go through both layers) .
  7. Thread a loop of ribbon through.
  8. Pull ends of the ribbon through the loop and tighten.
  9. Get to reading something GREAT!

Comments

  1. The Plis family says

    Your site is awesome!!! I just discovered it and am so glad. I am going to start to try out some of these activities with my little guy (almost 15 months). I was encouraged to see that your son was able to do these projects too. Thank you thank you!!! :)

  2. Jennifer says

    Well, AGAIN!! you have inspired me to post a comment. I visit your site every night so I can plan for the next days craft adventure. I really appreciate the pictures you post of each step.

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