This post was most recently updated on September 22nd, 2019
In my holiday home tour the other day, I shared a picture of our 8-year old daughter’s Christmas tree. This year she made a colorful, blinged-out monogram for the top. (Last year, she had a ballerina tree and we topped it with a ballerina teddy bear – times, they are a changin’.)
If you are looking for a fun and easy craft to do with your daughter(s) over the coming days, either as a tree topper or perhaps as friend gifts, this is a sweet idea. It can just as easily be used as wall decor in a friend’s room.
G made the first one for her cousin as part of her birthday gift back in November. All it took was some gems and sequins, a wooden letter from a craft store, and some strong glue. The great thing about it is that it can be completed independently. G needed help fitting the gems on in some of the tight spaces, but that’s about it!
It’s SUCH a simple craft, but I thought I’d share the idea with you anyway. If you have a crafty daughter anything like mine, you probably hear “Mommy, give me an idea for something I can make” at least 5 times a day. This one will keep her busy for at least an hour!
Have a great evening!
Until next time,