True story 😐
Tiny colorful things are joy! so are buttons. Today we gathered our buttons and tried making two crafts. A bracelet & Clothespins cars.
For the Bracelets we needed
- Some assorted buttons
- Some pipe cleaners. Abi wanted purple and Ib wanted yellow, so we chose these colors.
- A pair of scissors
- something to secure the edge, paper tape etc
How brilliantly awesome is the world of these young minds 🙂
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