Kami Bigler is the thrifty maven who runs the blog NoBiggie.net – a montage of her three favorite creative outlets: crafting, cooking, and thrifting. Her interests include portrait and tabletop photography, paper crafts, decorating and experiencing the thrill of the thrift find. Kami graduated from the University of Utah with a degree in Public Relations and loves spending time with her husband and their two children. You can follow Kami on Twitter at @kamibigler.
Kami from No Biggie: Chunky Ring Project!
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Hi to all the Tatertots and Jello Fans! Isn’t Jen awesome? I really don’t know how she does it all.
I’m excited to be guest posting here today.
One of my favorite things are big chunky rings. I love how they make my chunky digits appear a bit smaller. When I saw this little craft on Martha, I was sold. This would be a fun craft to do at a little girls birthday party, who am I kidding, this would be a fun craft to do at my birthday party. 😉
Here’s the ‘How To’ in pictures:
Thanks so much for helping me out Kami! I was so excited when I stumbled across Kami’s blog last year. She is just so creative and amazing!!! Go over and see her fantastic pictures and ideas!
Have a Spectacular Day!
Rambling Girl says
Cool…I have some pipe cleaners…Lexi and I will have to try and make these.
Thanks Jen! That was fun!
ps. Wow! Hawaii?! Lucky girl! I'm so jealous.
So cute! My daughter and her friends would love this!!
Thanks so much for visiting my blog! It was exciting to get a comment from you as I just love your blog…This guest post is great and I know my daughter will love to try to make these adorable rings…
so very cool…
Kelli @ RTSM says
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~Lavender Dreamer~ says
This is so cute! I love it! Thanks for posting…this is so much fun! ♥
Amanda @ Serenity Now says
My 4 year old would LOVE this!!!! 🙂
Sue (Someone's Mom) says
What a great "girly" project for kids (and mom too)!
How fun! I just bought pipe cleaners and made flowers for my scrapbook layouts!
I just boght pipe cleaners yesterday, I think I have to make these!
Mother Huddle says
love love Kami, and seriously where does she come up with this stuff? I bet she has a pad of paper on her bedside table…I don't….hm mm. Not me….
Love it Kami!!
Christie in Dallas, TX says
We have a spring break hotel sleepover party next week, and this is a great craft for the girls!! Thanks Jen (and Kami!)
Those are super cute. A great project for a girls' birthday party.
These are so fun!
Such a cute idea…love it!
My daughters would LOVE those…so cute!!!
Great idea! Love it!