Thursday, 5 December 2019

Dinosaur Art ~Bostik Challenge.



Arts and Crafts are very dear to me and I have always spent time with my two daughters throughout their life crafting. In fact my older daughter now has an etsy shop where she makes bespoke scrapbooks that she creates. My girls are now older  so I craft with my  niece Little M. For those who follow my blog will know we spend one Sunday a month that's dedicated to crafting, baking and doing fun things. We do this with the items that I receive in the Bostik craft box. This is the last challenge for 2019 and the theme is dinosaurs.

Little M and I had lots of fun with the bostik boxes, she always comes up with great ideas. This month she chose to make a dinosaur art picture to give to her little brother who loves dinosaurs.

What you will need to make the dinosaur art:


I sheet black a4 card
I sheet white a4 paper
I sheet green a4 paper
Bostik White Glue
Bostik fine and wide glue pen
Pencil
Scissors
8 inch piece of string
Dinosaur cut out shapes

How to make the Dinosaur Art

1. On the white paper draw some cloud shapes and cut out.


2. On the green paper draw some grass shapes and cut out.


3. Using the Bostik glue apply it to the cloud shapes and stick them in position at the top of the black card.


4. Using the Bostik glue apply it to the grass cut out and stick it on the bottom edge of the black card.


5 Peel the sticky back from the dinosaur shapes and stick them on the grass area.
6. Using a pencil mark two holes 1 cm below the top edge and 10 cm apart from the centre of the card.


7. Pierce the holes with the sharp pencil.
8.Thread the string through the holes and tie a
knot to secure to make a loop for hanging the picture.


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This craft is suitable for young children although, adult supervision may be required for using scissors.. If you like this project check the link below for more art and craft projects, that you can do with your children.



10 comments:

  1. ahh this is so lovely. My son has recently really got into crafty things so I will try it with him

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  2. How lovely. This must be a fun activity to do with a small child.

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  3. This looks like a great piece of craft to do with children! I like the way you have cut the green paper to make it look like grass.

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  4. What a fun activity with kids, especially those that like dinosaurs. Great activity to do with young kids with supervision and older kids without

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  5. This looks so cute! Definitely the type of thing my boy would have been into when he was a little younger. I can't wait for my toddler to be a little older so I can create things like this with him.

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  6. This looks like so much fun - what a cool craft activity. My kids would love to do this.

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  7. This is adorable and a great way to let their creative juices flow. Perfect for some quiet time in the run up to Christmas too

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  8. It's a lovely end result. The value of crafting is considerable for both children and adults.

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  9. Looks like good fun. We are a very arty family with both me and my girls with a love of drawing and making things. This is something my youngest would love to do.

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  10. This is adorable, I should really do more crafts with my daughter

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