Outside of Card
Inside of Card
Supplies Needed; Wiggly eyes, markers or crayons, glue, scissors, a large hole punch, and construction paper.
Cut construction paper to desired size for card. Punch a hole in the middle (or off center) of the card. Write on the front of the card, you can use one of the examples (seen above) or you can make up your own. Inside the card, glue on the wiggly eye, so that it appears to be looking out of the punched hole. On the inside of the card, draw a monster or creature around the wiggly eye.
Here is an easy one. We braided yarn and made bracelets, then colored and hole punched the template (seen below), then threaded the bracelet through.
Twinkies, black construction paper, blue construction paper, wiggly eyes, tin foil, glue, scissors, Hole punch, and Large hole punch
Cut a rectangle out of blue paper and wrap it around the bottom of the twinkies to make the minion's overalls. Then cut a black strip of paper and glue it on the top to resemble their goggles. Stamp out circles of tin foil and tape them to the black strip. Next add some big wiggly eyes and decorate the overalls.
· Construction paper- yellow and black
· Heart tracers
· Googley eyes
Directions: Trace and cut out 4 yellow hearts and 2 black hearts of the same size. Trace and cut out several small black hearts and 2 black antennas. To create the bee body glue together in order slightly above each other yellow heart, black heart, yellow heart, and black heart. Add a yellow heart to each side with the point of the heart being glued to the back of the bee body for wings. Glue a few smaller black hearts onto front of each wing. Glue antennas to the first yellow heart. Glue googley eyes to front of the first yellow heart. Use markers to add other details and a special “Bee” message. We used the messages “Bee Mine” and “You’re Bee-tiful”.
This project would be perfect for deployed military parents or family members and friends living far away.
Supplies Needed; Print out of template (below), red yarn, red construction paper, glue, hole punch, and scissors.
Directions; Using the red construction paper, fold it in half and trace child's hands (using a pencil). Cut out the hand outline (the fold will allow for 2 hand shapes to be made). Use your hole punch to put one hole in the palm of each hand. Next take the red yarn and measure the child's "wingspan" (from palm to palm, across their chest). Print out the template (below) and decorate as desired, once decorated, use the hole punch to put two holes in the top of the decorated template. Now thread your "wingspan" yarn through the decorated template, and through the holes of each hand and glue ends to back of palm. Allow to dry.