|Creating Halloween Bunting|
Last year we created some wands and bats, so this year it was all about bunting and ghosts.
|Materials used to create our Halloween Bunting|
* Gold Jaguarita paper from MX Wholesale
* Black Card
* Plastic Mice, Spiders and Bats
* Hole Punch
The idea behind the bunting was to get Max to draw spider webs and patterns on each of the triangles - but he got bored, so maybe next year....
|Getting the little ones to join in with creating the bunting...|
Once the card and the paper were cut I then trimmed the gold around half an inch to give a nice black card border for the bunting. Once glued on to the card this is a good time to get the kids to colour in, draw or even paint.
I used letters that we purchased from Sainsbury's but that was on a whim, I had planned to use purple and black paper to cut out the letters. I used my good old faithful Mod Podge to glue the letters on but once Max decided where the bats, rats and spiders were to placed I used my glue gun when he was distracted with Scooby Doo.... .He's 4, so the attention span lasted quite some time!
|Adding decoration pieces to the bunting|
|Happy Halloween Bunting|
We also used some of our corrugated strips to made some pumpkins, a spider and a lion. These were a bit fiddly but rather satisfying when complete!
|Creating pumpkins and spiders with Jaguarita corrugated strips|
And finally, as I mentioned above, our craft projects this year were bunting and ghost related. The ghosts we made were loosely based on the craft I mentioned from my Fandom Friday post. After we created the ghost lights I had some ghosts left over so I made larger holes in the bottoms and placed them over LED tea lights - these I love!
|Ghost lights made from Ping Pong balls and LED lights|
|Ping Pong balls, netting, glue and LED tea lights|