Tuesday, 19 July 2016

Sports Medals #Bostik Challenge



As part of the Bostik Bloggers challenge this month's theme has been Sports. There has been so many sporting events on through out June and July that it was a good theme for the challenge this month.
Unfortunately my craft post helper Little M is is away on vacation so I did not get to create the craft with her however it was still fun as my friends came over with their kids and we made some medals for the kids after they had races in the park.


To make these medals you will need;
  • Gold and Bronze card
  • 2 round cookie cutters to draw around one large and one medium
  • Bostik glue 
  • Scissors 
  • hole punch
  • Ribbon
  • Foam numbers for 1st, 2nd and 3rd

Instructions on how to make please watch this video:



Being part of the Bostik 2016 bloggers with Tots100 and Merrily Crafts, I was sent some craft items in a box to create this project.

28 comments:

  1. These are cool, be great to give out at kids' parties - but of course everyone would have to win one x

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  2. What a lovely idea! Congrats on your creativity, it's something a winner wears with pride :)Cheers, Marta Nightingale

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  3. Lovely fun idea to do with the kids, and who doesn't like getting a medal!

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  4. What a great craft! I think these woudl be perfect for some at-home sports events.

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  5. It looks pretty, Nayna! Well done. And thanks for sharing it with us!

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  6. Love this cool and stylish DIY medal. Perfect to do with the kids. :O

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  7. What an adorable DIY for this summer. And it's perfect as a prize for games when you're having a party in the backyard or something like that. I'm sure the kids will have a lot of fun making these too!

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  8. These look fab, My kids love getting medals so I think we will have to make some for the summer :)

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  9. Very cute! You could hold your own back garden Olympics with these! :) x

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  10. These look fun to make and so much better than the plastic ones.

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  11. This looks brilliant, well done Nayna what a great idea x

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  12. Good handwork! Quite useful while conducting local events.

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  13. Your post made me think of Kurt Angle and the Cadillaca song "June n' July"!

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  14. Amazing idea, perfect activity for me to do with my niece, thanks for sharing - she will love it!

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  15. This is such a pretty and quick craft! So fun!

    Love,
    Ivelisse | CarnationDreams.com

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  16. I love those! This is a great idea for a kids party... Actually no, I'm gonna use that on my 23th b-day party, Still got plently of time to figure out how haha XD

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  17. Definitely making these for my kids in the future... I don't have any at the moment but when I do they'll be getting a medal ^_^

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  18. That is such a cute little craft and such a fun way to make a little one feel special!

    La Belle Sirene

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  19. Great idea, kids love a good medal don't they :)

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  20. That's such a fab idea and I believe it would especially get the kids excited.

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  21. This is really crafty! I remember my parents making me one when I was a kid

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  22. Beautiful medals without a doubt. I will be making some these medals with my little ones this weekend.

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  23. Oh wow that is a brilliant craft and perfect for a kids party although I agree with Annie I would love it too.

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  24. This is such a cool little project! My sister is actually a teacher, so this will be a perfect project for her and her little class!

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  25. This is a cute medal and great tutorial on how to make it ;)

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  26. You do like your crafting - gold medal to you for medal making!

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  27. The medals look great, nice craft time post!

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  28. love the cute medals. A great project with little kids. Thanks for an easy project idea, this is something I can get my grand niece busy with when she comes to visit me next time.

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