Hey everyone, it’s time for our monthly Kid Craft Stars challenge! Every month we have a challenge between a few blogger friends and I, to in-cooperate a different craft medium or technique into a simple kid craft. If you’re new here check out #kidcraftstars on Instagram to see what we’ve been up to and our past challenges. This months challenge was to create a painting using sponges. This was the first time for us using sponges for painting but I loved how creative Little J got with the activity and how he incorporated pasta into our Christmas wreaths!
This craft would be perfect for some homemade holiday cards and you could use a pool noodle instead of a sponge too! Check out the tutorial below to get started.
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First have an adult cut the sponge into a circle and then cut a smaller circle in the middle. Using your green paint stamp the sponge into it and stamp your wreath’s across your card stock paper.
Set your card stock paper aside to dry.
Then take your bow tie pasta and cover it with glue, then shake your glitter over your pasta to completely cover it. Set this aside to let your glue dry completely.
Next, take a q-tip and a little bit of red paint and stamp some berries onto your wreath.
Finally when everything has dried you can attach your bow tie pasta to the top of your wreath!
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