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Recycle Old Puzzle Pieces With The Kids

Posted by kudzukween (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 12, 09 at 10:18

I made these with my grandson. For the candy cane, I used a length of tape upside down, and stuck the puzzle pieces on that to make painting easier. A strip of red ones, and a strip of white ones. These are really cute, and you don't have to use a hanger unless you want to. For the reindeer, I painted edge pieces for the head, and 2 regular pieces for the antlers. Two wiggly eyes and a mini pom pom nose. Glue a hanger to the back.
Merry Christmas
kudzu
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RE: Recycle Old Puzzle Pieces With The Kids

OMGOSH! I LOVE those reindeer! they;re a hoot! lol


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I have 2 of these givewn to me by my students! I love it.


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Very cute!


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How cute--great job!!


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thanks ya'll! they do have other ideas for the puzzle pieces...paint some green for a wreath or christmas tree.


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RE: Recycle Old Puzzle Pieces With The Kids

And maybe heart-shaped for Valentines??


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