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Kids Summer Craft: DIY Sparkly Beads

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Whether your a little girl or a mama it never hurts to have a little bling bling on.  This DIY Sparkly Beads does the trick for some inexpensive and easy fun, tea party or party with the kids this summer.

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Our fabulous camp counselor for this week for our Virtual Summer Camp is  Melissa from Mama Miss is sharing with us her awesome sauce craft (phrase currently trending to mean “out of this world”). If you missed the details on our Virtual Summer camp you can get all the details here and join our online Virtual Summer Camp community for daily ideas, crafts, recipes and family fun HERE.

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You won’t believe what these beads are made out of?

Did you guess? Okay, I will tell you just because I totally want to brag on Melissa’s creativity. They are made out of straws. Now that you’re blown away go check it out over at Mama Miss.

 

Virtual Summer Camp: Each week in June and July we will have a camp counselor (in other words, an awesome blogger) share a project with us. At the end of each project you will have the opportunity to link up your own projects. And at the end of the month, I will feature our favorite projects. Our fabulous and lovely Camp Counselors are: Melissa from Mama Miss, Jenae from I Can Teach My Child, Lauren from Tutus & Tea Parties, Jodi fromMeaningful Mama, Asia from Fun at Home with Kids, Megan from Coffee Cups and Crayons , Mari fromInspired by Familia and Vanessa from See Vanessa Craft.

You can also add your own crafts, activities, recipes and family fun for a chance to get featured on Babble! Just click on the friendly frog here:

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