Sunday, May 18, 2014

Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop #16

Welcome to the Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop!

My favorites from last hop:

1. How to Make Beads Inspired By African Culture by Marie's Pastiche.  Probably because I just made Chiquita a bunch of paper beads the other day.  She is obsessed with beading and I loved knowing that I had a supply of beads that was as endless as my time and patience (both of which are unfortunately not endless).
2. Free Around the World Playing Cards Printables from Our Adventure Story.  These look like great fun!  Chiquita can (and does daily) identify the US flag.  I have been trying to figure out a way to add other flags to her repertoire and this would be perfect!

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  1. Thank you so much for featuring Our Adventure Story! I also LOVE the How to Make Beads Inspired By African Culture. I will be playing around with those ideas as well!

  2. Thank you for featuring our bead post! I found making paper beads kind of addictive - let me know if you have any tips I should include :)