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Noodle Necklace

Our first project with the dyed noodles were of course noodle necklaces.  My daughter is at the age where she is always sneaking into my jewelry box to wear something "pretty".  So a necklace for her is due.  

I can not remember if we have practiced any lacing activities before but Selah was a pro!  :)  Thanks to Rissa for helping her learn how to lace.  :)  

Oh you three are so beautiful sporting your noodle necklace!  


Amy said…
What a fun idea! Little Bit and I are starting to practice lacing large beads unto plastic string. He is a little baffled by it now but it's challenging for him and keeps his attention for a bit.
How fun! Every girl has to have a noodle necklace : )
The Outlaw Mom said…
We just did this as well - so much fun! My daughter loved making the necklaces, but had no interest in wearing them - but my son did! Love the photo at the end of your post of everyone wearing the finished product - thanks for sharing :-)
Aimee said…
Noodle necklaces are so much fun! Thank you for linking up to The Sunday Showcase.

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