Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Preschool At Home: Halloween Tissue Paper Craft


The Mini-Saurus and I did some Halloween crafting this week.
We got this great idea from another blogger here.


We made a Pumpkin and (her idea) a mini Witch.


First we fished this cereal box out of the recycling bin,
then I sketched out a pumpkin shape and cut it out for her.


Then we started to cover it with glue and I showed her how to
crumple tissue paper squares and add them to the glue.

The witch got the same treatment.


Our finished pumpkin!
Perfect to hang in a window, perch on a seasonal nature table or display on the fridge.

11 comments:

Amanda said...

Very cute! I love the witch! Crumble art is one Madison's favorites, and mine too because I don't have to do anything!

MaryAnne said...

cute!

Getting By Day by Day said...

Very cool! :-) My fiance and I are having a Halloween party soon and wanted to do some crafts with the kids that will be here. This looks like something that's fun (kids LOVE glue! LOL) and not too expensive! Thanks!

Bridgett said...

Cute and so easy!

Definitely adding this to my 'must do' list.

)O(
boo

homecreating said...

It was fun checking out your blog. I look forward to future visits.

Elise said...

The witch is a great idea. These would make perfect decorations to add to any halloween party.

Val in the Rose Garden said...

I love the witch! How cute. Great idea. Yet another use for the most wonderful cardstock... cereal boxes. :)

Val

Val in the Rose Garden said...

BTW, your new lunch tins are completely adorable. I have been trying to find a way to fit one in with my dd's pioneer themed christmas gifts. lol!

Val

Swapna Raghu Sanand said...

I loved the witch! Its easy to make too!

Toilet Paper said...

Simple but very nice art.

robin wall said...

Great idea I've been looking for easy crafts to do with my preschool grand daughter

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