Happpppyyyyyy Holidayssssss my friends! Finally, it’s cold and snowy here in New England. Winter is my favorite season. I love the cranberries, the trees looking like they are dusted in powdered sugar and yes, the cold! As Christmas approaches, I wanted to think of a craft the kids could do without much supervision. No glue guns or lighters required! This is quick, cheap AND it’s cute enough to actually wear! These make great ornaments, teacher’s gifts and keepsakes. Here’s what you’ll need to get started:
Dominos OR wood blocks (Tumbling Tower game at the Dollar tree)
Decorative images (free download below), photos, wrapping paper, cards, etc.
E6000 Glue or permanent glue
Clear Sealer (spray paint, nail polish or Ranger Glossy Accents)
Glue on bails (Ribbon also works)
Glitter, rhinestones, etc for decorating
As usual, I bought enough supplies for about 50 people. I just ordered you all some flat dominos without the dots today too! So, email, text or call me if you need anything. It’s free for Mass Appeal viewers! All I need is your address and I promise not to spam you. This is just for fun, no marketing silliness. Info@fancythatantiques 413-512-3714
- I will be shipping out your boxes in about 5 days when the flat dominos get here, so text and remind me what you want!
Here is the free download so you can just print, cut and be done! If it doesn’t print full size, email me and I’ll send it to you. The top 3 rows are not exact so they will need to be trimmed. The bottom row will fit perfectly on a 1.5x.75″ domino. If you need a 1×2″ size, let me know and I’ll see what I have.
My goal with these projects is to show you the quickest, cheapest and easiest way to make something cute. After all, I’m a busy Mom and I assume many of you are too. Everything I use is usually from the dollar store, Amazon or ebay.
I will see you all the first Friday in January. I hope you have a wonderful holiday with your family. Let me know if I can help you with anything. Thanks to all of you who sold me your unwanted jewelry items this fall. I sold a bunch of things and gave the rest to our favorite Juvenile Hall charity. All the sales go to helping save at risk teenagers, so that’s a blessing. Keep in touch!
Stay warm and sparkly,
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Call or text: 413-512-3714