How To Make A Baton

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  1. Trimurti says:

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  2. How clever! I can’t believe how easy this is to make, you are going to get me on a PVC kick too! Thanks for linking this up to the We Made That Linky!!

  3. Well that is exactly what happens – I get on these kicks and mass produce things. Another PVC project is here – http://www.thestuffofsuccess.com/2012/07/easy-balance-board.html . I also have a post coming up soon that I think is a unique one – at least I hope so. But very practical and used every day by my kids… How is that for a teaser…

  4. Gail Purath says:

    I also remember using a baton as a little girls and learning to twirl it. It’s nice to “bring back” the baton in this inexpensive way. cute! Gail (BibleLoveNotes.com)

  5. Barbara says:

    Oh Athena this brings back memories for me. I was a twirler in high school but sadly you are right…you just don’t see twirlers anymore. Another lost art! Your baton is adorable…love all the colors. Sephora is adorable too and that tounge coming out of her mouth means that she is concentrating on her twirling! Visiting you from Nifty Thrfy Sunday!

  6. Oh, this brought back memories! I used to be an awesome twirler lol! I’m not sure I’m handy enough to make one for my daughter, but I bet she’d love it (after I showed her how to use it, I’m sure). Great idea!

    Stopping by from Crazy Mama’s hop!

  7. Hahah, I love how kids stick their tongues out when they’re focused! That is a really great idea to use a PVC pipe. It turned out really cute! Thanks so much for sharing at my Throwback Thursday party, I’d love to see you again this week 🙂

  8. Jill says:

    Loving your ideas with this PVC piping!!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous weekend!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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