By Patty Cox
Craft spoon and doll pin stand
Chenille stems – 1ea. green, tan
Pom poms - two; 3/8” green, five; ¼” orange,
one ¼” yellow
floss – green, black
Kid’s Choice Glue™
- 1” Circle magnet
- Markers – red,
- 5” piece of
1. Hula skirt: bend green chenille stem 2”
from end. Coil the remaining length around a pencil. Cut 5”
lengths of green embroidery floss. Tie each strand with a
lark’s head knot on straight stem end to form the skirt.
Wrap skirt around craft spoon. Glue end of the chenille stem
that’s coiled into the clothespin stand. Let dry.
2. Hair: wrap black embroidery floss around a 5” piece
of cardboard, 10 times. Remove from cardboard. Tie tightly
in center of loops. Cut loop ends open. Glue along top edge
of craft spoon. Wrap two more sets of loops. Glue to back
3. Arms: Cut tan chenille stem in half. Glue half of the stem
centered on the back of the spoon for arms. Bend stem at elbows
4. Face: Draw eyes and mouth on face with markers.
5. Glue the five orange and one yellow pom poms on hair for
flower. Glue the two green pom poms on spoon for bodice. Let
1. Glue a 1” circle magnet on bottom
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