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Ranger Rick
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Participant Age: 
7 to 12
Approximate Cost: 
$0
Duration: 
1 to 60 minutes
Date submitted: 
10/17/2012
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Physical Challenge: 
Window Lace
Make a pretty window ornament from pressed Queen Anne's Lace flowers and a clear plastic lid.
Materials
  • Clear Glue
  • Clear plastic food-container Lid
  • Hole Punch
  • Dried Queen Anne's Lace
  • Ribbon, raffia or colored string
Steps
Step 1
Trim your flowers

Trim the stems off several pressed Queen Anne's Lace flowers (see Pressed Lace). Snip the tips off if your flower is too big to fit in the lid.

Step 2
Glue flowers in
Glue the flower, face down, to the inside of the lid with a few drops of glue.
Step 3
Drill hole

Drill a hole near the edge of the lid.

Step 4
Add ribbon

Thread your ribbon or string through the hole to hang your window lace in the window!

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