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  • Jenny Manson

    Yarn Balls made from gluing yarn to a balloon, drying it, then popping the balloon. Love this FamilyFun site for party ideas and games.

  • Ivy

    Yarn crafts for the kids to decorate their outdoor space.

  • LoveItSoMuch

    Easter Yarn balloons ideas, DIY Crochet Easter Egg Garland, Handmade Easter craft decoration ideas, Creative Easter decor ideas, 2014 Easter Eggs Crafts for Kids

  • Whitney Smith

    Yarn Eggs Yarn Eggs See larger photo Print Share Save Craft rated star 1 rated star 2 rated star 3 rated star 4 rated star 5 Rate this craft Rated by 165 members Total Time Needed: Weekend Project These bright and funky eggs are a blast for kids to make -- and they're a great party decoration too. If packed away carefully, they should last for years. Materials Thin cotton yarn Balloons Craft glue Newspaper ...

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