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Great personalised craft activity


Material

  • 1 A4 cardboard per letter in name
  • 1 pair scissors
  • paint (numerous colours)
  • 1 marker

Method

  1. Draw with marker the letters of your child's name on the cardboard. Cut out.
  2. Decide what each letter will represent. ie. P is purple polka dots, E is elephant and R is rainbow.
  3. Paint each letter with your idea. Use a marker to outline any smaller objects like the elephant.

Notes

This is part of my son Cooper's name. The C is a cow, the O's are octopus and orange. You can create whatever you like based on your child's interest. We used these initially at his naming day, now they are stuck on his bedroom wall.




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  • chicken83
    • 07 Mar 2014
      9:56 pm

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  • This is clever and creative! I would love to do this but I am not skilled enough to draw anything.

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  • love your PER-fect project. Thank you for the instructions.

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  • Love the photo of your work. Very professional. Thanks for sharing a lovely project.

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  • A great idea will can all enjoy with the letters!

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  • What a great craft idea – thank you for sharing!

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  • yeah amazing idea. very different and fun. cheers on this one, great, job

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  • I love this idea. Very cute!

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  • Cool! Really nice idea! Thanks for sharing this!

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  • Oh that is so clever, I love the E elephant

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  • Fantastic idea

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  • What a cheap and cheerful idea to brighten up a room.

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  • Thanks for sharing this project; lovely and creative idea.


    • Love these letters – so colourful and bold.

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  • What a super idea thanks for sharing

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  • this is a lovely idea for a kids room or play room. also it would be such a fantastic gift. thanks for sharing this

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  • They look awesome! I’m going to make my kids some, they are so expensive to buy!

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