If you teach preschool, work with small children, or have little crafters at home, these fun monster crafts are a perfect project to gear up for Halloween. For this project, kids will love creating the monster version of themselves. We had so much fun, we couldn’t stop. We had to make a monster version of each person in our family!
If you can’t tell, Dad is on the far left with the groovy mustache, followed by Mom with the goofy tongue, Miss Priss is in the middle with her mandatory “poofy skirt,” Little Buddy with the crazy eyes, and Sweet Baby with her binkie on the end. That’s pretty much our family monsterized!
This is a pretty simple craft, but it younger children will require some assistance. You’ll need a few fun craft supplies, and the exciting news is…one you is going to win a complete crafting kit from Juicy Juice, full of every vital craft supply you’ll need for this and future projects! My kit below came with plenty of paint, brushes, pipe cleaners, foam sheets, construction paper, scissors, markers, and the ever favorite…googly eyes! Simply enter the giveaway below and you’ll be crafting in no time.
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Ready to get crafting? Let’s go!
Really, imagination is the key with this craft. As far as craft supplies, you’ll need plenty of Juicy Juice boxes (the best part about this craft is that you can consume them after you’re done!), foam sheets or construction paper, googly eyes, a hot glue gun, pipe cleaners, poof balls, and any other craft supply you want throw in the mix!
Start by wrapping a foam sheet or half sheet of construction paper around your juice box. Use hot glue to secure the seams.
Then unleash your creativity together. It’s nice to have a small mirror for kids to look at as they try to recreate themselves as monsters.
What kind of monsters would your family be? Have fun crafting!