Patchwork Craft

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Patch work quilt kid's craft

 

My mother-in-law has a wonderful talent.  She makes the most beautiful quilts. Our daughter has been lucky enough to have been the recipient of a few of her nana’s creations. For her birthday last month nana made her this eye spy quilt. I love it so much that I even made it the backdrop to my blog.

 

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Nana’s quilt was the inspiration for our crafts tonight.

Patchwork Craft

Things you need:

Construction paper

Paint

Glitter

Glue

Optional: crayons,markers,stampers, sticker, tissue paper

 

Cut different colored construction paper into six 3 1/2X 3 1/2 squares. Let your child paint, stamp, glue glitter or tissue papers to the squares to make different designs. Let them decorate them however they like.

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Set the squares aside & let dry.

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Glue the squares down on another piece of construction paper, making sure to space them out evenly.

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Draw different patterns in the spacing.

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Mai did such a beautiful job with this craft. While I watched her paint, she told me “I like doing projects with my mama.” I love doing them with you too, baby girl.

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17 comments

    1. That you. I loved watching her do this one. She was so sweet. Mama, look at my beautiful picture. I make another one. Awwww. Melts my heart.

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