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PostSubject: Re: Halloween Craft's   Sat Nov 15, 2008 1:25 am

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PostSubject: Re: Halloween Craft's   Sat Nov 15, 2008 1:29 am

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PostSubject: Re: Halloween Craft's   Sat Nov 15, 2008 1:34 am

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PostSubject: Re: Halloween Craft's   Sat Nov 15, 2008 1:41 am


Spooky Spider Gloves


By Julie McGuffee, Hands On Crafts for Kids: 20-Minute Crafts












Materials:


black fabric gardening gloves
black medium-tip marker
eight 10" chenille stems, any color
craft glue
3" plastic-foam ball
scissors
straight pin
white soft-foam sheeting


Steps:


1. Place one chenille stem inside each finger of both gloves (figure A).


2. Trim ends of each chenille stem even with bottom of cuffs.


3. Pull cuff of one glove around plastic-foam ball (figure B), keeping the four chenille stems together underneath the ball.


4. Pull cuff of remaining glove over cuff of the glove containing the ball, keeping the eight chenille stems together underneath the ball. Make certain both thumbs are on the same side of the ball (figure C).


5. Overlap thumbs in front of the cuff; glue together, then to cuff. Pin thumbs in place. Let glue dry, then remove straight pin.


6. To make the eyes, cut two nickel-sized circles from soft-foam. Draw pupils on lower half of eyes with a marker.


7. Glue eyes to cuff above thumbs.


8. To shape the spider's legs, bend chenille stems inside fingers of gloves.

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PostSubject: Re: Halloween Craft's   Sat Nov 15, 2008 1:43 am

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PostSubject: Re: Halloween Craft's   Sat Nov 15, 2008 1:45 am

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PostSubject: Re: Halloween Craft's   Sat Nov 15, 2008 1:47 am

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PostSubject: Re: Halloween Craft's   Sat Nov 15, 2008 1:47 am


Shrunken Heads

Materials:



  • Apples

  • Whole Cloves

  • A few grains of rice

  • 1/2 C lemon juice

  • 2 tsp. salt

Directions:

Peel a large apple and coat with mixture of lemon juice and 2 teaspoons of salt to prevent browning. With a potato peeler or small knife carve out eye sockets, a nose, mouth and ears. Don't worry about carving small details as they will be lost when the apple dries. Go for the big features and nature will take care of the rest.

Use whole cloves for eyes and raw rice grains for teeth (the faces also come out looking great without these extra props, just carve and let dry if you want to keep it simple).

Sit apples on a wire rack in a warm, dry place for about 2 weeks. Shape the faces as they shrink and harden. You can speed the drying process a little by drying in an oven set at the lowest temperature. However, the process will still take several days.


 







What You Need:












Add this spooky duo to your home.



  • 12-inch-long plastic foam cone

  • 4-inch-diameter plastic foam ball

  • Twigs

  • Masking tape

  • Plastic wrap

  • White fabric

  • Fabric stiffener (available at crafts stores)

  • Plastic bag

  • Purple, green, and black fabric or craft pens








Instructions:












Fabric stiffener firms
the shape.


1. Assemble a form for the ghost. Attach the foam ball to the top of the cone with a short straight twig. Use masking tape to fasten several twigs together to make arms, then insert the arms as desired into the sides of the cone. Cover the entire shape with plastic wrap.


2. Cut a piece of white fabric into a square or a circle. Make sure the fabric is large enough to fully cover the form with some extra for draping.


3. Pour 1 cup of fabric stiffener into the plastic bag. Place the fabric piece in the bag. (Photo 1) Squeeze the bag repeatedly to soak the fabric with stiffener. Add more stiffener to the bag, if necessary.


4. Remove the fabric from the bag. Lay it out on a flat surface that's covered with waxed paper. Press it with the heel of your hand to reshape the fabric so it will be easy to drape over the form.


5. Place the fabric over the form. Drape it to shape a ghost. Keep some of the fabric along the base so the ghost will stand by itself when it's removed from the form. (Photo 2) Let the fabric dry.


6. Paint on eyes, eyebrows, and a mouth. Remove the ghost from the form. Reuse the form to make more ghosts.

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PostSubject: Re: Halloween Craft's   Sat Nov 15, 2008 1:49 am

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PostSubject: Re: Halloween Craft's   Sat Nov 15, 2008 1:50 am

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PostSubject: Re: Halloween Craft's   Sat Nov 15, 2008 1:52 am







What You Need:









Add this spooky duo to your home.

  • 12-inch-long plastic foam cone
  • 4-inch-diameter plastic foam ball
  • Twigs
  • Masking tape
  • Plastic wrap
  • White fabric
  • Fabric stiffener (available at crafts stores)
  • Plastic bag
  • Purple, green, and black fabric or craft pens







Instructions:









Fabric stiffener firms
the shape.

1. Assemble a form for the ghost. Attach the foam ball to the top of the cone with a short straight twig. Use masking tape to fasten several twigs together to make arms, then insert the arms as desired into the sides of the cone. Cover the entire shape with plastic wrap.


2. Cut a piece of white fabric into a square or a circle. Make sure the fabric is large enough to fully cover the form with some extra for draping.


3. Pour 1 cup of fabric stiffener into the plastic bag. Place the fabric piece in the bag. (Photo 1) Squeeze the bag repeatedly to soak the fabric with stiffener. Add more stiffener to the bag, if necessary.


4. Remove the fabric from the bag. Lay it out on a flat surface that's covered with waxed paper. Press it with the heel of your hand to reshape the fabric so it will be easy to drape over the form.


5. Place the fabric over the form. Drape it to shape a ghost. Keep some of the fabric along the base so the ghost will stand by itself when it's removed from the form. (Photo 2) Let the fabric dry.


6. Paint on eyes, eyebrows, and a mouth. Remove the ghost from the form. Reuse the form to make more ghosts.

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