Don’t Bug Me Door Hanger
February 12th, 2013 posted by MakingFriends.com
Terri of MakingFriends.com brings us this great craft, an adorable way for kids to ask for privacy! Pick from 8 bug patterns.
•4 Jumbo Craft Sticks •1 Regular Craft Sticks •12″ Cord •Woodsies (see Bug Patterns) •Paint Pens (or paint) •Tacky Glue •, Felt or Heavy Paper •5mm Wiggle Eyes •Heavy Paper •Bug Patterns
If you make this project
What you do
Select three bugs from the patterns to use on your door hanger. Paint edges and one side of the craft sticks and Woodsies. Let dry. Print patterns here // Glue jumbo sticks close together on regular stick as shown in picture. Assemble bugs according to the patterns provided. Attach wiggle eyes. Cut thin strips of foam for antennas. Glue in place. Use paint pen for details such as the spots on the lady bug. Cut a piece of heavy paper to fit across the top. Use marker to write “Don’t Bug Me” on the paper and glue into place. Tie cord to each end of stick for hanging. Put some glue on the knot. Trim after it dries.
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