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Hi Everyone!

I’m believing you all are well and Blessed on this Beautiful  Day as I’m. My Granddaughter and I are enjoying, learning, as well as sharing ideas for a Quick Project.

My Granddaughter was able to make her First Creative Placemat. My part was punched the holes on a Construction Paper with a hole puncher, cut strips of Colored Paper, give her the instructions on how to as well as how to use A  Child’s Safety Scissor which was very exciting for her.

Here are some pics in a Collage Format.

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FINISHED PROJECT:
Front and Back

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Thank you for visiting, reading as well as commenting, or clicking the Like Button.

As always Be a Blessing because you’re, Mtetar

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10 responses »

  1. That is so cool!!! Good job for sure!!!!! 🙂

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  2. Very creative and pretty..it’s great to be able to work with your grandaughter and share the experience of doing things together.

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    • You’re absolutely right jonibee and at this time of year it is a great idea. Thank you for your Inspiring Comment and diligent visit. Blessings Always, Mtetar

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  3. What a creative project idea you had for your granddaughter. The colored ribbons and her extra art really made this placemat come alive! I know she was proud of it when she finished, and you are very proud of her! Thank your for sharing this. Enjoy many more creative days with her! ~ Vickie

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    • Thank you Vickie! The ribbons are paper strips and yes she was proud, happy, and excited. She learned so much from the project such as counting, colors, cutting, eye and hand coordination, following instructions as well as family time. Thank you for stopping by, commenting, and clicking the Like Button. Your comment is one of encouragement. Blessings Always, Mtetar

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  4. This is wonderful, I think I will make some for my blog, and with the children I work.
    Izabel

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  5. Pingback: Lets Make Some Placemats !! – EasyCraftsForChildren

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