Frugal Family Fun: Rainy Day Umbrellas

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Rainy Day Umbrellas

I made these Rainy Day Umbrellas on a recent rainy day with my daughters. Theirs were much different (especially the 19 month olds!) but we had fun making them & they love the umbrella banner! I saw the umbrellas on paper over on My Kids Guide & after making them decided to see how they’d do as a banner & I am so glad I did! I think it could make for a cute birthday party decoration, fun tea party or even a baby or wedding shower decoration!

What you will need:

  • Construction Paper
  • Glue (I used washable glue sticks)
  • Tape
  • Pipe Cleaner (I had these in my craft stash already from the Dollar Tree)
  • Cupcake liners (I had left overs from parties as well as a pack I’d picked up from Valentines clearance)
  • Marker
  • Scissors
  • String, ribbon or yarn if making the banner

If you are making these with very small children who can’t use scissors you may want to do the first 2 steps before hand.

  1. Cut pipe cleaners to length if necessary (I cut mine in half & some in thirds).
  2. Cut a small slit in the center of the cupcake liner.
  3. Bend the end of a pipe cleaner into a curve.
  4. Push the straight end throw the hole in the middle of the cupcake liner.
  5. On the inside of the cupcake liner tape the pipe cleaner to the cupcake liner.
  6. Lay your umbrellas on a flat surface back side facing up, spacing them out how you want your banner to look.
  7. Place a piece of string, ribbon or yarn near the top of the umbrella.
  8. Tape the string to the cupcake liner & hang.


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