Saturday, October 2, 2010

Spooky Skeletons

Sorry, I‘ve been busy with lost of Halloween/Fall projects!  But I’m excited to share some them with you. 

Yesterday the little one and I read Dem Bones by Bob Barner, a cute little book based on the song, “The foot bone’s connected to the . . .”  We actually got the book and book on CD from the library which was a lot of fun.

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After reading the book we made our own skeletons out of Q-Tips.  (Yes, I know my skeletons only have four fingers and toes, they are a special mutated kind of skeletons, that’s what makes them spooky!) 

IMG_7673{Supplies}
About 18 Q-Tips for each skeleton (22 if you plan on making five fingered and toed skeletons)
ribbon
Elmer’s Glue
black cardstock/construction paper
white paper
marker
googly eyes
scissors

 

{To Make}

Skeleton PartsGet supplies ready, cut Q-Tips, cut out skull, draw on details.

IMG_7667IMG_7670  Glue parts on black paper, don’t worry too much about extra glue, it will dry clear.  Add bows and eys.  Let dry well.

 

IMG_7671 I am going to frame mine and add them to my Halloween decor!  Hope you enjoy making your own Spooky Skeletons.

 

Edited 10/18:

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178_0098Bought some Dollar Store frames, made a little orange mat, cut out some vinyl letters, hung these cute guys (and girl) up on the wall!  (Going to go re-hang guy!  Looking at the pic made me realize he’s a little off!  Oops!)

 


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15 comments:

  1. this is such a fun idea!! come on over and link up to MMM :)

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  2. So cute! I will have to try this with my little ones. I found you via Metamorphosis Monday. I used q-tips in my project too, but only to clean:{

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  3. Haha....those are too cute!!

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  4. How Fun!! I would love to make these with my kids. Thank you for sharing such a fun idea.

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  5. Haha those are soo cute! Is it ok that I want to make one on my own and I dont even have kids? haha!

    - Michelle @ Bunch of Craft

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  6. These are adorable. I love this idea and I'm going to make one with my little boy today. Thanks for the great idea!

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  7. Adorable! I'm giving you an award tomorrow at naptimecrafters.blogspot.com

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  8. I, err my little boy, made one and I posted about it here, http://notjustdecorating.blogspot.com/2010/10/q-tip-skeleton-craft-for-kids.html, with a link back to your tutorial. Have a great day!

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  9. Oh wow! These are hilarious!! What fun and what a clever idea to use Q-tips!

    Thank you for linking up to Kids Get Crafty on Red Ted Art!! Much appreciated!

    Maggy

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  10. I love their happy faces. I would love for you to link this post to Read.Explore.Learn. tomorrow.

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  11. This project brings me back to the days when my kids were in preschool...sigh...miss that :(

    I always loved this project :)

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  12. They are so cute! I think we may have to do this project! I found you through Lucky Star Lane.
    pathb4me.blogspot.com

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  13. I love these guys! I will have to make some with my littles. Thanks so much!

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  14. Q-tips, wow, who would have thought! very impressive and such a fun project. Love them!

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