Around here, we are pretty crafty. Like super crafty. We make tutus…..
and tutu hair bow holders..
and fairy wands…
You get the point.
So when we received this very colorful pack of AstroBrights papers the other day, I challenged my daughter Charlotte to make something “back to school”.
Here are the results: You may ask what a flowers has to do with “back to school” and she said it was a back to school present for the teacher!
What a sweet girl she is!
To make the flower like she did (or a whole bouquet with the 23 colors that come in the AstroBrights paper pack), just fold your paper like a fan, stack on each other, secure with a twist tie or pipe cleaner, and then crinkle out.
I asked her where she learned how to make such a beautiful flower and she said HER TEACHER!
A very easy and safe project indeed!
About AstroBrights Paper
AstroBrights Papers come in 23 bright colors, so your bright ideas always get attention. And they’re perfect for projects at home, school or the office. Stand out from the crowd — choose a lively AstroBrights Papers for your next brochure, invitation, flyer, announcement or craft project. AstroBrights Paper is about creativity and getting noticed. We provide a bold color canvas because we believe ideas are important, thoughts aren’t shy and we are not afraid to stand out from the crowd.
Give a Brighter Year
You can also help give your local school a great start by entering the “Give a Brighter Year” sweepstakes that would give $30,000 in cash and supplies to your school!!! Can you imagine? Just head over to facebook and enter! The sweepstakes ends on September 10th and I made sure I entered Charlotte’s school. With funding so low in the education system, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to perhaps be a winner for her and her teachers.
How you can participate!
Make Something Astrobright
Now its your turn to make something Astrobright! Get together your scissors, tape, astrobright paper and head over to their facebook page to check out how your imagination can meet winning! Right now there is a contest to show them your paper flowers (surely you can come up with something as cute as my 7 year old did, right?) and win $200! WOOT WOOT!
Now I think Charlotte did a fantastic job with my challenge…do you craft with your kids?
What kinds of projects to you do with paper?