Munchkins and Mayhem

Munchkins & Mayhem

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Showing posts with label foil. Show all posts
Showing posts with label foil. Show all posts

Sunday, July 12, 2015

Tin Foil Frame

Tin foil is folded over a regular frame and colored in with markers with aunt peaches.

Good for ages 2 and up.

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Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Aluminum Foil Butterflies

Aluminum foil is folded into a butterfly shape and then colored with markers to make it sparkle.  Artzy creations then adds a strand of beads so she can hang it up and have it fly around the house.

Good for ages 4 and up.

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Monday, April 27, 2015

Foil Glue Drawings

Glue is squeezed onto aluminum foil to make a nifty pattern and let to dry completely before another piece of foil is placed on top.  Next, a q-tip is used to outline the glue patterns creating an indentation in the foil.   A dull pencil can be used to add additional details.  To make the project even more dramatic use black shoe polish over the entire work with a sponge.  Art club blog shares the details for this really nifty project.

Good for ages 6 and up.

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Monday, April 20, 2015

Upcycled Tin Foil Robots

Kids will have fun making a trash bot.  The first step is the most fun, finding different parts and pieces to include.  They can use anything they want.  Tell them to find items such as old boxes, cans, plastic containers, paper towel rolls, cartons, bottle caps, string, and packaging material and most important their imagination.  

You'll also need tape and glue.

Remember, the trash bot doesn't have to be perfect.  He doesn't need to have an arm, leg, head or even an eye.  Anyway he's made is great.  

Cereal boxes and toilet paper tubes are wrapped in tin foil and decorated with colorful plastic lids and caps to make a robot.  Kids activity blog shares the details. 

Good for ages 6 and up.

Get the instructions here:

Monday, April 6, 2015

Tin Foil Art

Tin foil makes a neat canvas for sharpie art with lets lasso the moon.  She folds the tin foil and then colors in the different shapes. 

Good for ages 3 and up.

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Babble dabble do makes frames around her version.

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