Cardboard Tube Monsters Halloween Craft

Warming up for Halloween 2017 with these cute little monsters :)

This Halloween is special. Why? Because my daughter is now two years old and this is the first Halloween where she can actually understand and participate in all the Halloween hoopla! Now, she is too young for the seriously spooky things so I decided to introduce Halloween to her with these cute little cardboard tube craft monsters!

She knows that humans have two eyes, no horns, and regular teeth. So, seeing these outliers (one or three eyes, horns, saw-shaped teeth), she immediately gathered she was looking at some weird creatures that we happen to call monsters. But, since they look funny and harmless she had a great time making this craft and then playing with these little new friends of her.

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How To Make Cardboard Tube Monsters?

Supplies:
Cardboard Tubes/Toilet Paper Roll Tubes
Tissue Papers (green, yellow, blue, orange, pink)
Wiggle Eyes
Cardstock Paper (green, yellow, blue, orange, pink, gray)
Glue
Scissor
Black Pen

Behind the scene steps:
1. Cut the cardboard tube of different sizes.
2. Cover the tubes with colored tissue paper.
3. Cut out the shapes for hands, hair, teeth, mouth, tongue, horn, ear as desired from the cardstock papers. Just have fun making the shape of your choice.
4. Glue the cutouts and wiggle eyes to the tubes.

There is no rule for what shape to cut and where to glue. Let your kids amaze you with their creativity.

Here are the pictures of the cutouts we used for making our monsters.

 

And my daughter piecing her monsters together.



Here are our playful Monsters!
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Happy Monster Crafting!


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