Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Wordless Wednesday: Homemade Wigwam + LINKY!

 

64 comments:

  1. This is so great! You have such great kids and ideas!

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  2. I like the idea of using pipe cleaners for the frame wigwham

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  3. A great craft idea, thanks so much for sharing with all of us

    happy new year too

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  4. What a great idea for making sturdy little "houses" for various toys the kids have. It will make them be more imaginative, creative, and even teach them a little about geometry and physics!

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  5. Love that you can make things using various items that you may have around the house. Thanks for the ideas.

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    1. Super cute.Love the kids.

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  7. Like the idea of that wigwan. Very clever ad looks really inexpensive.

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  8. This is a very crafty idea! Glad you shared with the world. All kids love to be able to make and take a project. Also is wonderful since much of the paper can be recycled grocery paper bags and even re-recycled when play is done with the home-made wigwam.

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  9. What a great pic! She looks so proud, as she should, what a wonderful job. And so inexpensive and economical. There are so many household items that can be used to recycle into crafts. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. cute i want to make some kind of craft with my kids. just need to get the stuff for it.

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  11. aw she is cute. She looks like she had a great time making a wigwham

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  12. Very cute! I'll have to pass this idea onto my daughter, she's always looking for craft ideas to do with her kids :)

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  13. That's super cool looking. Great job

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  14. Cute little girl and obviously very crafty!

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  15. Oh those were the days when I used to help my kids with their school projects. They are both grown now and there won't be anymore of those days. I miss them. Enjoy yours. The wigwam came out really good.

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  16. awwe thats too cool, we have to try this one at home, thanks a bunch for the ideas

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  17. Great idea!! I wouldnt have thought to use pipe cleaners. I will have to do this with my Granddaughter. She could make little WigWams and such for her Barbies!! Thank you for sharing another great idea!!

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  18. Love crafts!!!!

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  19. I like this idea. This is something I would love to make with my grandson.Lori Davis.

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  20. that turned out great! I used to love making projects in school! It almost looks like it is topped with flowers :)

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  21. What an awesome use of the imagination!

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  22. What a great craft! I love stuff like this that makes kids think about how it needs to be laid out and constructed so that it stays together. Our son had to do a teepee structure (for a Scout project) using only natural materials... He used pine needle bunches from our trees and sticks for the supports. I am constantly amazed when watching kids create.

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  23. That is a fun project for kids, thank you!

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  24. This is a cool project & looks fairly easy for the kids to do.

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  25. Very nice Wigwam and a great idea for a craft.

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  26. wow that could be great idea for party and then teach the kid about history

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  27. michelle gilliland mcafeeJanuary 6, 2013 at 5:52 PM

    What a cute little wigwam. Hmmm great idea for using pipe cleaners. Gotta show my son. Thanks.

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  28. We did something similar here with pipe cleaners...we had to make teepees for a diorama... It was nice to show my kids that pipe cleaners can be used for something other than fake mustaches...lol..

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  29. Very cute little girl! She looks so very proud of her wigwam :)

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  30. What a great idea, and your child truly looks happy and accomplished. I love hearing about family projects!

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  31. What a great idea to use pipe cleaners for the frame on the structure. I never would have thought about using those. Very ingenious. She did a great job on the wigwham.

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  32. Great idea. I will have to keep the idea for when my kids are a little older.

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  33. My kids would love to make this. They love making things and being hands on. The pipe cleaners are an awesome foundation to mold anything. Great idea and great job on the wigwam!!!

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  34. I have to say that the wigwam is so cute and such a great idea!!

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  35. great project to do with my boys!!! USING!

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  36. I have never seen one. looks like fun

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  37. My daughter made one similar with her aunt a few months ago.. I wonder if my sister is a secret blogger!! LOL Awesome and very crafty!! =)

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  38. My friend decided to home-school her grandson. I am so happy!

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  39. such a cute project my boys love to make stuff.

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  40. wish i was this crafty.my kids need something like this to do.

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  41. Very cool and simple craft idea. The kids will love doing this, may be a weekend craft on a cold day. :)

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  42. Creative craft project. Thanks for sharing!

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  43. SO neat and easy!! My daughter wanted something she could make her little brither for his birthday!! This is it! Would be great to play with all his dinosaurs :)

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  44. Wonderful! I love to do crafts with my kids too.

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  45. Wonderful! I Love doing crafts with my kids too!

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  46. This is a cute idea. Kids would have fun doing this.

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  47. Very cute craft, my kids love doing crafts with me,thanks for the idea!

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  48. Cute idea. My grandson would love to do this.

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  49. JJ Caraway said...

    Great job on the wigwam, thanks for the idea. I am going to make this with the grandchildren, we are always doing some kind of crafts. Precious little girl too, what a beautiful smile.

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  50. thank you so much would be a bless with ver thing i need fixs

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  51. That is really cute, good job.

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  52. I live this, it's so awesome! I love doing arts and crafts with my son as well! :)

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  53. That is really neat and creative.

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  54. I love this! I was homeschooled growing up and LOVED doing those kinds of crafts for school work!

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  55. The wigwam is fantstic. My grand kids get craft projects at school too and they are very creative but have never done anything so cool.

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    1. Thanks. It was really fun to make this with my daughter.

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