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five fun necklace crafts {for kids}

April 1, 2013

After seeing the joy in a simple activity such as stringing straws into a necklace, I was curious about some other fun necklace-stringing crafts for kids.  Some of these would make great party crafts for the little ones!

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There are so many variations of stringing beads on necklaces.  Here are some super fun stringing activities to consider:

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1.  Candy Necklace-Paper & Cake provides a free printable for a fun, candy necklace kit.  Fill a box with colored candies and let the sugar rush begin.

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2.  Cork Necklace-Another use for all those corks you Wine-Os out there might collect, courtesy of Tip Junkie.  Heck, I would wear that!

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3.  Pasta Necklace-You can never go wrong with a pasta necklace for kids.  We have done this one a couple of times.  You can paint your pasta, or soak it in food coloring and rubbing alcohol to get your desired color.  (Photo from The Norris Family Journey)

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4.  Fruit Loop Necklace-Edible equals fun (for me anyway), and this rainbow necklace done by Mamas Like Me using cereal is no exception.  Great for a rainbow party, St. Patrick’s Day, road trips, any day…I really love this one!

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5.  Pony Bead Necklace-Flash Back!  Relive your summer camp days with a pony bead necklace.  (Photo from Fun Family Crafts)

I would love to hear of any more fun stringing activities out there!

Happy Monday,

Anne

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