Over the next few months we have the fun job of being Bostik Bloggers. A week ago we were sent a selection of Autumn and Halloween craft supplies and told to get crafty....
Wreaths see to be all the rage at the moment and I loved making a Christmas bauble wreath. I started by cutting the middle out of a paper plate and securing a pipe cleaner on the back as a hanger. I then glue on fabric Autumn leaves.
I then glued feathers onto the back of the wreath before adding some buttons on the front for decoration.
I have to say I have a new love for Hama Beads and I can't wait to make some more glow in the dark creations with the boys in half term. Looking at the hexagon tile I was sent the first thing that jumped out at me was that it was the shape of a spiders web.
I then made a little spider to go with it and attached it to the web with a piece of white cotton. I also glued on some googly eyes so it was more cute than scary!
last but not least I made a witches hat filled with sweets. Perfect as a favour if you have a Halloween party planned.
I put a selection of sweets into a cardboard cone and secured them in place by placing a cupcake case over the top.
Next I glued black felt around the witches cardboard cone.
I then cut a circle from some black foam and glued the cone to this. I finished it off by adding some ribbon and a pipe cleaner.
Whilst I was making the hat, little man had a go at crafting too. Who wouldn't be scared if they saw this spider creeping across the floor!
Have you got any crafts planned for this half term and Halloween?