I made this from bear as i wanted to remember just how small his little fingers were.
I attached it to a strand of plastic but you could use ribbon or leather and I added the bead and shells,
A quickly scribbled note and I was done.
This is also a lovely gift fipor grannys
This handy momster majes a wonderful cover fir a smart mother’s day Carel
Cut 2 letter M from yellow card.
Print a hand between them and glue to form the word mom.
Add a face and your momster is complete,
Not sure what to give that person who has everything? Why not make them a set of emoji golf balls?
Paint the balls with enamel paint to resemble your favourite emojis.
A delightful gift bag idea that us easy to make.
Cut mermaid tails from card and punch holes at the top. Attach to a prebought gift bag with pale blue ribbons.
These step by step images show you how to make the cutest penguin bottles. I love this idea and still have it on my to do list.
Here are penguin crafts to enjoy today…
Penguin foot print
On a piece of blue card print a black footprint. Let your child glue feathers on for the penguin. Add Google eyes and an orange beak. Put a few snow flakes in by printing blobs with cotton wool.
Paper plate penguin
Take 2 paper plates . Leave the body of one blank . Cut and paint black the ridge of the other as wings. Glue on.
For the head cut a white circle, paint the top black and add facial features.
To finish add orange card feet and beak.
These penguins are awesome to indroduce shapes to your children.
Cut black card in various shapes. Add white paper tummies and other details.
Paint white faces onto black balloons glue on felt wings and add facial features.
Feed me penguin game
Use an old card box. Paint a penguin onto the box and cut out the tummy.
You could use balla, bean bags or cut felt fish to post into the box.
To enhance this game you could ask your child to feed the penguin only blue or red, etc.
Happy world penguin day
25 April 2017
Know your penguins
Take time today to learn the different penguin species.
A nice quick game is to print the above image twice. Cut one up and let your child build the cut up one like a puzzle.
You could also cut one as flash cards and glue onto card card to teach the kids the species names.
Get a wildlife book and match the cartoon puzzle to the real image.
Or you could enjoy making any one of our penguin crafts in the next post today.
Whatever you do …sit back and enjoy rewatching Happy feet for a good penguin giggle