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The crafting bug bit my niece! YAY! It's always fun to craft someone else, especially family who makes you laugh. My niece Madison just turned 11. She wanted to make a project for her room using the colors hot pink, black, and white. She also wanted to incorporate zebra print and a cross. No challenge there, right? Luckily, I had a wooden cross in my stash and lots of paint.
She painted the base of the cross black and the edges hot pink.
Ain't she cute?! If she knew I posted a pic of her with her glasses, she'd be so mad at me. But, I think she's adorable with her glasses, so... here she is. We didn't finish the cross that day, so I haven't got pictures of the finished product. I will have to get some and post for you soon.
For Madison's 11th birthday, she wanted to give her friends a keepsake. She and her mom bought some frames at a craft store. I cutout letters using my handy-dandy Cricut. Madison painted the frames pink and then she Mod-Podged the names on them. One for each girl who came to the party.
Using a retired punch from Close To My Heart, I punched out several pieces of black cardstock, squirted the punches with water, and then crumpled them up. After unwrapping the scrunched up punches, I put a hole in the middle and put a retired blinged out brad through it. Thus, I created a cute flower. Here is an example of the finished product...before the pictures of the girls.
Personally, I think for an 11-year-old, Madison did a GREAT job! What do you think?
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Until next time...Happy crafting!