December 15, 2013

Paige Crafts Five: Pipe Cleaner Trees!





Welcome to "Paige Crafts" #5! Where Paige crafts something and shares it with everyone in her own words. Take it away, Paige! :O)

"Hello, this is Paige! I just want you to know that, um, this craft...I hope you like. And actually me and Mama did it together because we wanted to do something together, so we thought and we thought and we were like: "what could we do with this?" and we thought: "oh, we could make it into a blog post!" which now we're doing. Christmas is one of my favorite seasons so that's why we made a pipe cleaner tree, 'cause it's part of my favorite season. I have two brothers and one is kind of annoying sometimes because he always yells all over the place and he has stinky diapers and my other brother almost peed on us one time! Well, to tell you the truth, he did. Well, he only peed on mommy, I dodged. We wanted to spend time together, so that's why we made it and it was actually pretty fun! 

To make a pipe cleaner tree: first you get a stick then you get some pipe cleaners then you like, cut the pipe cleaners and twist them around two times and then first you gotta do like big ones and medium ones and small ones. With the small ones you only do it (twist) once. Then you get a styrofoam ball and cut it into two and then you put the stick right into it and then you have to get a pom pom and glue it with some glue or whatever onto the stick with the pipe cleaners. And that's how you make a pipe cleaner tree! 

Merry Christmas! Bye!"



Yikes...sorry about the diaper bit. I can see that Paige has inherited Mommy's tendency to digress...and over-share. Have a great day, guys! And as always, feel free to leave a comment for Paige to read. I'll try to get her to respond to a few this time! :O)

Love!
-Disney and Paige

P.S. To see all of Paige's previous tutorials, click here!

19 comments:

  1. Great Idea Paige, it looks so elegant, especially on the lovely pink piano! I Love the colors you chose. Happy Holidays to you and to your wonderful family <3

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  2. These look great, Paige! I loved pipe cleaner projects when I was your age and can't wait to make such colorful and fun projects with my kids someday.

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  3. Paige, your pipe cleaner trees look great! The colors you used are so cheerful. You did a nice job!

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  4. Very nice, Paige. I will have to show my granddaughters what you made.

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  5. Haa!!! I LOVE it! Paige your the best! And Disney can I tell you that it almost made me cry when she talked about her "brothers" oh my oh my was my heart full. Love yah!
    Kell

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  6. Fabulous post, Paige! The pipe cleaner trees are so cute and the stories about your brothers are great. I am sure you will have plenty more stories to tell about your brothers! (Brothers are awesome, by the way :)

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  7. My daughter loves it Paige. She wanted to know if it could hold a small ornament? or could you make one out of pipe-cleaner to hang?

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  8. love the little trees!!! and dont worry, everybody has been peed on by a baby boy!! lol just laugh at it!!!

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  9. Hi Paige! I love reading your mommy's blog but your posts are some of my absolute faves!! The pipe cleaner trees are darling... and I REALLY like your pink christmas tree next to your piano, that is so cute!!

    I have two younger brothers myself, but now we've gotten older and they are taller than me! :) I can still remember those days when they seemed a little stinky and annoying, but now I think they're really really awesome and a couple of my very best friends. I'm sure one day you and your brothers will all be very best friends too!

    - (Disney, praying you'll be able to adopt those precious boys and make it all official! <3)

    Love you two! Hugs from the state of Georgia!
    ~Julia

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  10. Thank you so very much Paige for the tuturial!

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  11. Hi, Paige. Your pipe cleaner tree is beautiful You are very creative and talented. Thank you for sharing a tutorial so we, too, can make one. Merry Christmas!

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  12. I love how you made different colored trees that just regular green ones. I would have picked those colors too! Thanks for sharing! I have a son a little older than your brothers (he's 1 and 1/2), and he's sometimes annoying and has stinky diapers, but he's a whole lot of fun because he can run (fast!) and even talk a little bit. Your brothers will get more fun as they grow, don't worry! :)

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  13. Paige, Your trees are awesome. I love the colors. And I love the stories about your brothers. They are lucky to have a big sister to show them the way.

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  14. Great Job!! My daughters would love to make these. My baby boy has peed on me too. Good job at dodging. Have fun being a big sister.

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  15. Hi Paige. I loved reading your blog. I think my favorite is the scene in the woods with the deer. You are so talented, just like your Momma. I love you!

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  16. Hello Paige, you are so sweet and smart. I know how fun is it to have a brother and I love your crafts.

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  17. Simple and brilliant!
    Two or three of my brothers peed on me when I was changing their diapers too. Boys...totally gross! :)

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  18. These are awesome trees! Great idea Paige, and excellent description! Have a wonderful Christmas!

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