#BostikBloggers Monster Craft

#BostikBloggers Monster Craft on dillydrops

This month, we have been set the task of making a monster craft as part of our role as #BostikBloggers.  H was very excited about making this task and after choosing what she wanted to use from this month’s craft box, she soon got to work making her monster.  Here is what she did to make her monster craft:

What we need to make our #BostikBloggers monster
What we need to make our #BostikBloggers monster

 

Mix some yellow paint and Bostik Glue together
Mix some yellow paint and Bostik White Glu together
Stir the glue and paint
Stir the White Glu and paint together
Paint the cardboard cone
Paint the cardboard cone
Choose some googly eyes
Choose some googly eyes
Stick the eyes onto the cone
Stick the eyes onto the cone
Paint the monster's toenails and feet
Paint the monster’s toenails and feet
Glue the feet onto the monster's legs
Glue the feet onto the monster’s legs
Put Bostik glue all the way around the base of the cone
Put Bostik glue all the way around the base of the cone

Stick some hands and other decorations on the monster

The finished monster
The finished monster
We called him Gerald
We called him Gerald

You can find our other #BostikBloggers crafts here: Chinese New Year craft, Valentines craft, Easter craft, our Ocean craft and our Scrapbook craft.

Disclosure: This Monster craft box was provided to us free of charge by Bostik as part of the Tots100/Bostik Craft Bloggers Club.

 

 

  • What a great creation, and what an awesome name too! This looks like lots of fun =)

  • Aww! That is very cute….What a wonderful creation x

  • Zena’s Suitcase

    Gerald is awesome! What a lovely craft x

  • Ickle Pickle

    How cute! Gerald is fab! Kaz x

  • missielizzie

    Yay she did a great job! Those little flat feet shape are great.

  • Thou Shalt Not Covet

    Gerald looks fabulous! She did a great job!! xx

  • These are fab – mine would have so much fun making them

  • first of all wow to her gorgeous curls secondly this looks fun and she is concentrating very hard

  • What a great monster she made! She looks like she was concentrating very hard! x

  • It looks like lots of fun was had, I love it when you can leave them to their own devices and see what they make. Mich x

  • Erica Price

    We love making things here too and monsters are always a favourite

  • Kate Williams

    Super cute! We love doing monsters too because there’s no ‘right’ way to do them, great for helping kids feel more confident about creativity!

  • Charly Dove

    What brilliant monsters! Looks like you had lots of fun and I love the look of concentration!

  • Kara

    What a cute monster. Looks like they had lots of fun creating them

  • crafting is such fun at any age ..if it isn’t messy it isn’t fun

  • Vaichin@RamblingThroughParenth

    That is one cute looking monster! We love sticky bits too 🙂

  • Looks like you had lots of fun making your monster. Love his name too!

  • Globalmouse

    He’s brilliant and it looks like he was lots of fun to make too!

  • Looks like someone is so engrossed in the craft project that they look so serious.What a lovely creation I like the feet.

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  • I love making monsters with the Tots – great Halloween craft I love her concentration!