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My Lanyard Maker

Hi Neighbors!

My girls recently tried out the My Lanyard Maker!  this is from the Choose Friendship Company.  We have reviewed a couple of their other products previously.  The My Lanyard Maker can be used to create, obviously lanyards, but you can also make bracelets, zipper pulls (for a backpack or suitcase), keychains, and you might be able to come up with some creations of your own.


the MY Lanyard Maker comes with a kit that has drawers to store all your supplies.  Your plastic laces can all be stored in one end, while you use the other end to hold your keychain rings, hooks and beads.  Everything stores nicely so you can take your lanyard maker with you, when you travel, visit at a friends house, or even while you are waiting at a Dr.'s office.  The kit comes with instructions that show you a couple of different ways to braid, wrap or construct your lanyard.  You can visit the website HERE to download other instructions for different patterns.



With the My Lanyard Maker your child can create items for themselves, or make gifts for family and friends. My daughters both love to get creative when giving gifts to others.



As we are heading in to cooler fall weather, you may be looking for some inside crafts and activities for your children, be sure to visit the Choose Friendship website and see what they have to offer.

Have a great day neighbors!  See you soon, At the Fence!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this review.  I did receive product for review purposes. All quotes in red are directly from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Comments

Julie said…
THat is so cool! I remember loving making these when I was a kid! Definitely one for the Christmas list (yes, I AM working on that already - hope to be finished by the end of November) :)

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