Monday, November 21, 2011
Card-making round robin
A card-making round robin is where you get a group of card-makers together with a ton (technical term) of paper scraps and supplies. Each person works on a card for five minutes. (I'd suggest using a timer because the five minutes will fly by.) Once the buzzer sounds, you pass your unfinished card to the next person at the table. It works well if each crafter uses a mat to keep all their supplies together when passing them off. Each crafter passes their work until everyone has a new card to work on. You set the timer again for five minutes and continue on the next card. You keep setting the timer and passing the unfinished card until you get your original card back (or as many times as you want).
It's so much fun!
These are the cards we made last Saturday while doing round robins. One of the card-makers is only nine years old, she had a blast and has since done one with a group of her friends. Each one of the children made a birthday card.