This idea works great as bedroom decor for any soccer fan with the added bonus of its homemade charm. If soccer's not there game just swap out the design to make whichever sport they prefer.
Get the instructions here: Tissue Paper Football
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Celebrate your favorite sporting event by cheering on athletes with this festive multi-coloured homemade streamer. If you'd like, use your team colours for a boost of spirit.
Get the instructions here: How to Make a Ribbon Wand
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Set up your own Olympic games and make everyone a winner with this easy olive leaf crown. Teach your kids the history of the original Greek Olympics with this hands-on approach.
Get the instructions here: Make An Olive Leaf Crown
Get the whole family involved in making these medals then hold your own competition in whatever you like. It could be swimming, bicycle racing, or even Wii for those rainy days.
Get the instructions here: DIY Olympic Medals
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Is your kid a fan of the boat races? Make these nifty, little boats with him. They're great for bathtime, too!
Get more ideas here: Sail Boat Decor
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Not only are these t-shirts colourful and unique but they also make a wonderful memento to keep for later years.
Get the instructions here: Canada Day Shirts
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This is a perfect way to recycle those leftover paper plates from your last bbq. You don't need a big budget or a lot of space to make this fun game and kids will love being able to make it themselves.
Get the instructions here: Paper Plate Ring Toss Game
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Kid's will love the idea of painting with a toilet paper roll. Explain the meaning and symbols behind each of the rings for an educational bonus to this craft.
Get the instructions here: Make Your Own Olympic Flag
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