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Kids Crafts: DIY Twine Bowl

Kids Crafts: DIY Twine Bowl

Hi Jenifer here with you today to share this very cool, fun project with you.  My 7 year old and I made this bowl in just a few quick steps.

Here's what you'll need:

Kids Crafts: DIY Twine Bowl

Cover bowl with cling wrap, cut 2 foot lengths of paper cord and soak them in the glue.

Layer your gluey paper cord in loopy patterns around the bowl until you get the desired look.  Allow the glue to dry and remove your twine bowl from the cling wrap and you are done.

Kids Crafts: DIY Twine Bowl

Here is a view from the top:

Kids Crafts: DIY Twine Bowl

Imagine the possibilities, I am loving how well has turned out.  I hope you give it a try, if you do leave me a link I would love to see how it turned out.

Blog post by: Jenifer Cowles


May Arts Ribbon Used:

May Arts Ribbon Paper Cord


Other Supplies Used:

  •  watered down elmers glue
  • clear plastic wrap
  •  bowl to use as a mold


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  3. Lucy E.

    Such an adorable project! It looks so easy 😉


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