Do you remember our recycled Mini Ball Games we made for Halloween? Today we make more fun Mini Ball Games out of leftover jar lids and beads. This time with animals. Check it out!
This past summer we finally got the opportunity to test amazing Red Ted Art’s cork boats. They have been on our wish list of crafts to do for a long time. We had the best little helpers and we discovered that the boats were easy to make and very fun to play with! A perfect combo.
Making masks are fun, especially big ones. Today we make a Minecraft mask from a regular paper bag and colored paper, a craft project first featured in our Swedish craft book Pyssla med Mig!
You need a paper bag, paper in different shades of green, glue and scissors.
Start by cutting a bunch of paper squares in different shades of green. Each square need to be large enough so that eight squares covers the width of the bag. The squares can also be cut from green magazine pages, or paint shades of green on white paper and then cut them out.
Glue the squares, one by one, on the bag until the bag is covered. Do not forget to leave a few boxes empty for the eyes. Let the glue dry.
When all the pieces are in place, it’s time to cut out holes for the eyes. Use sharp scissors and carefully cut up squares for eyes. Done!
Have a good and crafty weekend!