Rainbow Craft
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Well, if you know anything about me it’s that I am not very crafty. But, my girls like to think I am. So, we do our best. This past weekend the girls were a bit wound up and needed something to do. After being sick all week and in bed, my 7 year old was full of energy.

Therefore, I went to the pantry and took a look at what we had. Combined with the craft tote, we were able to come up with a fun rainbow craft for the kids to make for St. Patrick’s Day.

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Rainbow Craft

Rainbow Craft

Now, of course, our rainbow craft also needed to have a pot of gold at the end in order to truly go with the St. Patrick’s Day theme.

Thus, as we looked through the pantry we had to keep that in  mind. My eye was quickly drawn to the Froot Loops… especially since we had 2 boxes of them.

We then began to look for something we could use for the gold. We were out of glitter. Cheerios didn’t seem to work right.

After a minute of thought I came up with an idea. We grabbed our supplies and got to work.

Rainbow Craft supplies


See how we crafted the project on the next page!

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