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DIY Disney: Moana Necklace

I fear we are a little late on the whole Moana craze. To be honest, I didn't know much about it, and we didn't see it until we rented it a few days after it released on DVD. So please forgive me if the love of Moana is old news, but...we LOVED Moana! It's so nice to have some great non-princess movies for our girls to like.

Our oldest daughter has recently been really into crafting, and her younger sister wants to do anything and everything her big sister does. So, I'm always on the hunt for quick and easy crafts that both a 1 and 3 year old can do.

Crafting with toddlers can feel overwhelming, but as a mom of three young ones I am here to tell you - it doesn't have to be! This craft can be done in about 5-10 minutes and requires very few supplies, set up and clean up.

Supplies

  • Green construction paper
  • markers (or crayons)
  • glitter glue
  • Ribbon 
  • scissors 
The Process
  • Have your children draw several circles on the green paper
  • cut into the shape of "The Heart of Te Fiti"
  • add glitter
  • add ribbon
My girls spent the rest of the afternoon pretending to be Moana together. So, the next time you need a quick easy craft that shows a little bit of your Disney Side, consider our heart of Te Fiti necklace!




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