Insect craft for kids – with chenille wire

Categories: Animal crafts, Crafts for little kids |

I heard a lot about chenille wire and I saw a lot of very beautiful crafts out of it, but I could not find it. I never saw it in large supermarkets and I was not looking for it specially, but recently I met it in a small department of crafts and bought few samples of different colors. The next morning, we do a lot of insects crafts for kids with chenille wire: beetle, ant, fly and scolopendra.

Here are the details:

You should have:
The wall of the carton box
Markers or paint
Chenille wire

The basis of our insects we cut out of the wall of a carton box, it should be thick and have a membrane, so you can pass the wire through it – this is important!

Coloring our bugs, you can use paint, markers or crayons, do not be afraid to create, let them have the most unusual colors and patterns, because the world of insects is so amazing!

Pass  the wire through the membrane of cartons – and you will get legs.

Make beetle eyes. We glued ready ones, but you can do them by yourself, just roll a small piece of cloth into a ball and glue.

This is spotty scolopendra.

Timmy was playing all day with his new friends.

This is our fly!

Here is a photosession in the wild)))


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