INCY WINCY MAKE OUR SILLY SPIDER HAT IN A MATTER OF MINUTES
A3 black card Pencil Ruler Scissors Glue Different-sized wiggle eyes
1 Cut a sheet of A3 paper into two strips measuring 10cm wide. Glue the strips together and, when dry, measure it around your child’s head. Then cut off the excess card and stick the loose ends together to create a base for the hat.
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2 Cut eight thin strips of black card measuring 2cm wide, and bend into quarters to create spider legs. Glue four legs either side of the top inside edge of the hat.
3 Stick lots of wiggle eyes to the front of the hat with glue – and remember, the more the scarier!
BAG OF BONES LET KIDS PRINT THESE LOOT BAGS READY FOR THE BIG NIGHT
Large potato Knife Paper towel Felt-tip pen Sheet of A4 paper Scissors Small cotton bag Fabric paint Paper plate Iron
1 Cut a potato in half lengthways, then blot one half dry with the paper towel. Draw a spooky shape with a felt-tip pen, then carefully score around the pen lines with the knife. Cut around the sides of the potato and remove the unwanted parts of the potato, leaving a raised design for printing.
2 Cut a piece of paper to fit inside the bag. Lay the bag flat on a work surface so that it’s ready for printing.
3 Pour paint onto a paper plate, and dab the potato into the paint. Stamp on one side of the bag; leave to dry. Turn the bag over and print the other side.
4 Remove the paper from inside the bag; iron over.
STYLE IT UP INSTEAD OF CARVING THEM, GIVE PUMPKINS A GLAM MAKE-OVER WITH PAINT AND GLITTER
Pumpkins Acrylic paints Paintbrush Glitter Masking tape Pencil
1 Paint the pumpkins in different patterns with bright acrylic paints. While the paint is still wet, sprinkle some glitter over the top.
2 For a stripy pumpkin, stick some strips of masking tape onto the sides of the pumpkin, then paint the untaped sections in black. Allow to dry, then remove the tape. Add fine brush strokes of blue and pink paint on the painted sections, and paint the stalk.
3 For a spotty pumpkin, first paint half of the pumpkin with two coats of white paint and leave to dry. Then, dab the end of a pencil in pink paint and stamp onto the white to create a spotty pattern.
FRIGHT LIGHT OUR SUPER-SPOOKY LANTERNS ARE SIMPLY TO DYE FOR
Rubber gloves Orange and purple dyes Measuring jug 6 litres warm water Washing-up bowl White paper lanterns String Washing line Pegs Face and bat templates (find them at essentials.co.za) White paper Black card Pencil Scissors PVA glue
1 Wearing rubber gloves, make up the orange dye in a jug following the pack instructions. Pour into the water in the washing-up bowl and mix well. Submerge a section of a paper lantern into the dye and leave for 5 minutes, before turning and soaking the next section. Move the lantern around, until the entire lantern has been completely dyed.
2 Remove the lantern and hang with some string on a washing line until it’s completely dry. Mix up the purple dye and repeat the process.
3 Print the black skull and the pumpkin face templates onto paper, cut out. Glue the skull to a white lantern and the pumpkin face to the orange lantern.
4 Print the bat templates and cut out. Draw the bats onto black card and cut out. Bend the wings up slightly and glue to the purple lantern.
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