Annie’s Creative Girls Club Review + 80% Off Coupon – Pineapple Frames & Wreath

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Annie’s Creative Girls Club sends craft activities for girls ages 7-12! Each package ships every 6 weeks or so, and it contains 2 project kits with easy-to-follow instructions and all the materials needed to get crafting with minimal adult supervision. Young girls will learn fun skills from this subscription, such as painting, beading, stitching, paper crafting, and more! The subscription costs $19.98 and shipping is $5.95 ($6.95 in Canada).

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The items came in a padded mailer. There are two projects in the package: Pineapple Frames and Ribbon Wreath!

Everything in the package!

First up is the Ribbon Wreath! This is an easy craft, and this will brighten any part of the home.

The materials included for the project are a foam wreath, jingle bells, and ribbons. All we need from home is a ruler and a pair of scissors.

There is also a brochure with a picture of what a finished project would look like.

Inside is a list of all the materials along with step-by-step instructions and helpful hints as well.

I like that it also comes with photographs, which makes every step easy to understand.

My daughter cut all the ribbons in the same lengths.

She then tied all the ribbons alternating in colors to the foam wreath. This is nearly done and it already looks good!

Just make sure to not leave an empty space!

She put ribbons on the jingle bells as well.

Next, she tied the jingle bells around the foam wreath. She did it all on her own!

Look closely, and you’ll see different festive designs on the ribbons. This is so lovely!

Here it is, the finished ribbon wreath! This can be displayed in a foyer, in the living room, bedroom, or even in the dining room!

The second project is Pineapple Frames!

Here are the materials they provided for the project: wood boards, wood photo frame arms, silkscreens, screws, paints, photo clips, squeegee, and a paintbrush. From home, we need parchment paper, paper towel, Phillips screwdriver, ruler, pencil, glue, and a heavy book.

It came with a mini-booklet, which shows us what the finished product is supposed to look like.

As you open the booklet, there are instructions on how to make the pineapple frames. There’s also a list of the materials included in the kit and needed items from home.

The instructions come with photographs, so you’ll never go wrong doing this project!

For the first step, my daughter painted the wooden boards in turquoise and pink using the paintbrush.

Then, she aligned the silkscreens on the board.

She then started painting the pineapple leaves. This time, she spread the paint using the squeegee.

For the next step, she started filling out the body of the pineapple with her desired colors. She made sure to scrape all the excess paints and use a paper towel to wipe the paints off squeegee.

Looking good!

Then, I helped my daughter remove the silkscreen while the paint is still wet.

The colors are pretty amazing! Let them dry first before advancing to the next step.

The next step may require help from adults. I helped her screw the clip holders to the wooden board.

Here’s the front panel of the frame! It’s almost done and my daughter can’t wait to see the final project!

The final step is to glue the wood photo frame arm at the top back and let it dry!

The colors are so tropical. I am getting the summer vibes with all the pineapples!

Here it is! The pineapple frames are done! It looks great with pineapple designs. She can’t wait to put these frames on the shelves with our pictures!

Now, we have both projects to display in our home!

My daughter always enjoys making crafts from Annie’s Creative Girls Club. The DIY projects they send are always fun, colorful, and pretty! Also, at the end of every project, my daughter has a functional item that she can use at home. This month’s project is all about cute decors. One is Christmas themed and the other can be a year-round display. Another thing we like about this subscription is that most of the materials are included in the kit and we only need a few things from home. If you’re looking for an ideal gift to give your daughter or any craft kid age 7-12, this subscription is a great choice!

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