Although most of this project is easy for children to do, an adult will need to help to drill the holes.


  • 1 piece of scrap wood
  • glue
  • shiny pebbles
  • drill
  • rope


  1. Take the piece of wood and let your child glue the pebbles randomly over it. If you have scraps of wood, that adds interesting textures when glued too.
  2. Allow to dry.
  3. Have an adult drill holes at the top of the wood. Tie a knot at the end of the rope and thread through the hole. Thread through the other hole and tie a knot to secure.
  4. Hang on a wall and admire!

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    • 11 Jan 2016
      10:32 am

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  • Even the smallest child can make this fun craft


  • Kids can be as creative as they like!


  • Simple easy but very pretty design


  • Very interesting idea.


  • A great present for Grandparents to hang on their walls


  • So cute so easy. And the versions are endless, let your imagination run wild


  • A fantastic craft idea that is alot of fun!


  • Unique and individual designs are always the best. Thanks.


  • Great project for budding artists. Thanks


  • you could also use some stickers too.


  • A beautifully artistic craft idea; thanks for sharing!.


  • This looks like quite a fun activity for tiny hands.


  • i reckon that this would be great for the kids to try! Yeah, i love this idea for cheap art that the kids will really enjoy making! :)

    • cheers on the post. it is great to see simple ideas that are fun for the kids.


  • A lovely craft project for little ones. Thanks for sharing.


  • There is lots of craft going on at your place! Another good project – thank you!

    • Yes. Survival mode for school holidays!!!

      • A good survival method! Lucky children too!

      • You’d think – I’m trying very hard to keep them off the TV screen. A little bit of TV each day is fine but when it’s holidays and hot you’ve gotta have stuff for them to do!

      • And perfect for making ahead for Christmas presents for the grandparents


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