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Crafting Ideas for Your New Little

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So you've found your rush crush, your sorority has given her a bid, and now she's your little! But what can you make for her that she'll cherish forever? Something Greek has scoured Pinterest for some of the very best big/little crafting ideas we could find. Here are our favorites.


We love this Native American-esque Chi Omega wall art. Make it in our sorority's colors or get inspired by this rainbow pattern.

Sister Quote Canvas

The traditional sisterhood quotes get played out, but here's one even we haven't seen before!

11x14 Big Little Sorority Canvas In the middle of by GettysCrafts

We're sure you'll let your little know how much you love her daily, but this is the perfect reminder for when you're not around.

@Natasha S C Gonzalez @Ashley Walters Walters Pierce This would be such a cute idea if we did a Disney theme!!

I can't say I'm a big fan of Frozen, but there isn't much I wouldn't do for my letters.

Sorority little gift! #greek #crafts #diy

Because your little is more than just a pretty face, we just had to include our favorite Shakespeare quote.

Painted canvas sorority craft for future little! #PiBetaPhi "it's not four years, it's for life"

We know you've seen this quote a million times, but how cute is that infinity sign made out of flowers?

Big Little Sorority Craft- Kappa Kappa Gamma- Dream Big Little One on Etsy, $20.00

We don't think we're talented enough to freehand-draw a dream catcher, but if you think you are, this is an awesome idea.


big/lil supposed to be for sorority, but Mel would love this (since she calls me her big and I her little)

A sweet quote from my favorite children's book updated for my favorite human--my little.

mollie's mom sorority craft big/little chi omega

This "Keep Calm and Call My Big" poster should be a requirement for all new members.

Friends Themed Sorority Canvas

Friends-obsessed sorority women of the world take note! You could also replace "Sisters" with "Little."

We could go on for days about our favorite sorority craft ideas, but we'll stop here for now. Tag us (@SomethingGreek) in your Instagram or Pinterest pictures of your crafts! We'd love to see them.

-Michelle Giuseffi

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