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Family Reunion Crafts

These party projects can make your next family reunion something to write home about.

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    • Embellished Tee

      Design by Erin Roe

      Give family members a lasting keepsake. Design a logo in image-editing software. Print it on iron-on transfer paper, and iron the design onto a white T-shirt for each attendee. For an extra touch, add a felt feather or other suitable symbol. Remember to include the year!

       

      SOURCES: Font: Modern No. 20 off the Internet.

    • Decorated Letters

      Design by Erin Roe

      Make the family name stand tall with papier-mache letters covered with yarn or twine and adorned with cute little paper birds.

       

      SOURCES: Patterned paper: Bella Blvd (blue plaid), Echo Park Paper Co. (large blue/blue dots), Fancy Pants Designs (gold dot, red with white dots), Pebbles, Inc. (red/red small dot), Pink Paislee (blue/white hearts).

    • Name Tags

      Design by Erin Roe

      Dig through your stash of old family photos to find shots of family members from way back when. Using simple pennants as the base, size the photos to fit and label each with small letter stickers. Use safety pins to attach them to each guest's shirt.

       

      SOURCES: Patterned paper: Bella Blvd (blue plaid), Echo Park Paper Co. (large blue/blue dots), Pebbles, Inc. (red/red small dot), Sassafras (white with blue dots, white with red dots, red pinwheel).

    • Drink Labels

      Design by Erin Roe

      Help family members keep track of their drinks with personalized drink labels. Use a circle punch to create the label; slip a straw through it and tie it to a decorated bottle with a cute strip of ribbon. Add a band of paper and a monogram to dress up the bottle.

       

      SOURCES: Patterned paper: Echo Park Paper Co. (large blue/blue dots). Font: Modern No. 20 off the Internet. Ribbon: Autumn Leaves (red pattern), Doodlebug Design (stripe). Punches: Fiskars.

    • Family Wall Decor

      Design by Erin Roe

      Make a wall of feathered fame with small paper-covered canvases that can double as take-home favors. Each family can decorate its own yarn nest with birds to represent the family members and a banner with the family name.

       

      SOURCES: Patterned paper: Bella Blvd (blue plaid), Echo Park Paper Co. (large blue/blue dots), Fancy Pants Designs (gold dot, red with white dots), Pebbles, Inc. (red/red small dot), Pink Paislee (blue/white hearts), Sassafras (white with blue dots, white with red dots, blue floral). Font: Modern No. 20 off the Internet. Digital elements: Digital Scroll by Michelle Underwood.

    • Family Tree Centerpiece

      Design by Erin Roe

      A backyard twig tucked into a skein of yarn in a vase becomes a family tree, while paper birds hold a clothesline full of photos. (Add glass beads to the vase for weight if needed.) The photos are mounted on rectangles of cardstock that have been folded over the clothesline and given a decorative trim.

       

      SOURCES: Patterned paper: Echo Park Paper Co. (large blue/blue dots), Fancy Pants Designs (gold dot, red with white dots), Pink Paislee (blue/white hearts), Sassafras (white with blue dots, blue floral). Ribbon: Autumn Leaves (red pattern, white pattern), Doodlebug Design (stripe, dots).

    • Bingo Game

      Design by Erin Roe

      Create a fun game of bingo with photos of each family member. Punch patterned paper circles to use as markers. Scan each photo, convert it to black-and-white, then use your image-editing software to create a grid. Mat the card with patterned papers and use a decorative corner punch for some extra oomph.

       

      SOURCES: Patterned paper: Echo Park Paper Co. (large blue/blue dots), Sassafras (blue floral, red pinwheel). Font: Modern No. 20 off the Internet. Chipboard accents: Darice. Punches: Fiskars (circle, corner). Digital elements: Digital Scroll by Michelle Underwood.

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