Wrap some baker's twine or other string around a wooden block to create a graphic textured stamp.
Great idea from FamilyFun reader Kim Fuglestad of Wrightstown, PA: “Last year, my 8-year-old had a mermaid-themed party. For favors, Nicolette wanted to make a mermaid tail for each guest. I wanted the tails to be both practical and washable, so I came up with the idea of making them from beach towels. I added Velcro tabs to one end of the towel so that it could be easily secured around the waist. To create the flukes, I wrapped two ponytail holders around the bottom. The mermaid tails ca
Reclaimed wood and yarn, this would be a fun and easy project
Open Microsoft Word and go to the insert tab. Insert- Picture- Word Art. Type in the text you would like for the first line. To stretch it to be taller and wider, just click on the word, click and hold one of the black corner squares and then drag to the right until it is the size you want. On the second line with the middle & last name, do the same thing as above but just insert a separate word art for each but on the same line. The dotted line is just a row of periods stretched & made short