Once I handed these to my elementary school daughter, I found out that the imagination still mixed well with them even though she is older. Looping and spinning, the rainbow bird streamers made for a marvelous dance performance. And at home, the kids both had a fantastic time running through yard streaming rainbows behind them.
You can be a little creative with what you use for the streamers; alternates to the cut plastic table cloths used here are ribbon, crepe paper streamers or long strips of fabric. The plastic table cloths were chosen because they have a little durability and are still very inexpensive to purchase. I got all my supplies at the dollar store!
Spinning with the streamers was definitely a favorite.
Even Dad thought playing rainbow bird was at least a little fun. See that enthusiasm!
So on to how to make these pretties.
Each set of tablecloths will make about 5 sets of rainbow streamers.
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