Plastic Lid Christmas Ornament: perfect for kids to make

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Excited to be taking part in 20 Days of Kid Made Christmas Ornaments  hosted by Mama Miss. Head over to her page to keep up with all the amazing kid made ornaments shared in this series. 
 
I love crafting with the kids and luckily they enjoy it too.  It is just one of the many things we do throughout the week to keep busy.  I have come to enjoy crafting one on one with them at times.  For these Plastic Lid Sequins Ornaments I got to enjoy some time with just big brother.  We really enjoyed how they turned out and he was so excited to hang them on the tree.  
 
Plastic Lid Christmas Ornament: perfect for kids to make

Plastic Lid Christmas Ornament: perfect for kids to make

 

 

Happy to be a part of :

Plastic Lid Christmas Ornament: perfect for kids to make by FSPDT
What we used:
 
The plastic drink lids from kids cups at restaurants.  These are perfect because they already have a hole for the ribbon   Lids of jars will work too but you just have to hot glue ribbon to the back of the lid. DIY glitter glue, sequins (we got ours in a goody box craftprojectideas.com mailed us for free) but you can buy them at walmart.  Last find some ribbon, yarn, string…

Plastic Lid Christmas Ornament: perfect for kids to make by FSPDT
What we did:
Gathered all the supplies together before calling big brother in.
I sat out the plastic lids on paper towel.  We used green and purple glitter glue.  We applied the glue to the plastic lid.  Then sprinkled the sequins all over.  Now all we have to do is wait for them to dry.
 
Plastic Lid Christmas Ornament: perfect for kids to make by FSPDT

My 5 yr helped me make these and he enjoyed the glue the most and the sequins was his second favorite.

Plastic Lid Christmas Ornament: perfect for kids to make by FSPDT

We left them to dry a few days before I came back and added the ribbon.  

Plastic Lid Christmas Ornament: perfect for kids to make by FSPDT

I just liked all the sequins.  We are going to have a fun tree this year with all the kid made ornaments we have been making over here.  I can’t wait.  I am trying to enjoy all these memories with the little kids that I can because I know they will be gone before I know it.

Plastic Lid Christmas Ornament: perfect for kids to make by FSPDT

Maybe you and the kids can enjoy this too.

Plastic Lid Christmas Ornament: perfect for kids to make by FSPDT
Plastic Lid Christmas Ornament: perfect for kids to make by FSPDT
A fun pin board to follow with great ideas for Kid Made Ornaments HERE


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Would you like to join in on the fun too?!
Here’s how:
  1. Go to the landing page here, for this series that Melissa at Mama Miss is hosting.
  2. Just link a KID-MADE ornament you’ve created with your kiddos (limited to 2 a day).
  3. Add this pretty little ornament shaped button below to your blog post, or your sidebar, or somewhere on your beautiful blog letting me know you are joining in on the fun too!!
  4. Label the ornament button: 20 Days of a Kid-Made Christmas: Ornaments
  5. Link the ornament button to: the landing page for this series.
The link up will be open from December 1st until December 21st for all entries.
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