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Leave the string thread long on the legs. Make two legs alike and leave to one side to dry. Skeletons Shoulder Blade Take the main skeleton part with the spoon and ribs and place it face down on the table. Just above the ribs and still leaving the skeleton a neck glue the skeleton s shoulders to the spoon handle. (Tapered ends to the spoon) To support the shoulders make some shoulder blades in the same way as you made the ribs and glue them to the shoulder pieces and over the spoon. Leave to dry. Skeletons Pelvis To make the skeleton s pelvis bone you firstly need to make three ribs. Glue the ribs to the back of the main part just above the end of the spoon handle. Don t leave any gaps between the rib like parts of the pelvis. Leave these parts to dry before continuing. Turn the skeleton over.
Halloween Wreaths - Horrible Halloween Art! Do you dare to make some horrible art for Halloween? We dare you! Nothing Cute allowed! UGLY or CREEPY is what we re after here... as in HALLOWEEN! This is creative fun for a family a scout troop a classroom afterschool program. It s a good idea to partner an adult with children 6 and under.. Get all the materials collected about a week ahead of time and do the project a few days before Halloween... paint-drying time is needed as you will see below so you may need three sessions to complete the project. Every wreath will be unique... it s a very creative project. You could make one ahead of time so you have a sample but remind the kids to do their own design. Materials: 3 wire hangers per wreath Newspaper or packing paper Hot glue gun - low temp is OK. Scissors Black and or Orange Spray paint (a kind that holds up outside) Decorations - such as plastic eyeballs rubber bats plastic spiders and some more ugly ugly stuff: fake worms plastic peanuts with googly eyes plastic cockroaches torn up egg cartons. straw... nothing cute allowed! How to do it: Straighten out the hangers.
As said creativity is the master of all arts. Making candy corn out of polymer clay is quite easy and it is an excellent project for just about any age group. These little polymer clay candy corns are so cute and are great for adding to all sorts of decorations and other things. You could use them to embellish things like frames magnets candles or even for adding to scrapbooking pages. Supply List: - Polymer clay (yellow orange white) - I normally use the Sculpey brand Clear acrylic sealer (optional) Instructions: 1. Warm up each color of clay by rolling and kneading it until it feels soft. Now roll each color out until it s about 1/4" thick. Now press the three rolls together with white on top orange in the middle and yellow on the bottom. 2. Find a thin sharp edge such as a thin piece of cardboard to use to slice through the clay.