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Saturday, October 20, 2012

Puzzle Piece Ghost Pin or Magnet

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Today at the Pumpkin Patch we had a simple craft that I found in All New Crafts for Halloween by Kathy Ross. To make them you cut the sides of a puzzle piece and paint the piece white. Then we had the kids draw on the faces and if they wanted add glitter or color. Then they decided if they wanted to glue a pin back to them or use a piece of magnet tape. Above is the pin I made. The glitter originally said Boo, but I didn't let it dry and of course messed it up.  Below is Hazel's magnet. The original pins in the book were made with smaller puzzle pieces and had two ghosts glued together to the pin. We used the larger pieces since we already had them. The person who painted them white said it took about five coats of paint. I'm not sure what she used though.


7 comments:

  1. Very cute:) Thanks for coming to party with us at Whimsy Wednesday!

    Kelly,
    Smart! School {House}
    www.smartschoolhouse.com

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  2. Way cute! I would love for you to add this to my link-up!
    http://heymommychocolatemilk.blogspot.com/2012/10/co-hosting-moms-library-link-up_24.html

    Thanks,
    Julie

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    1. Just did. Thanks for the invitation!

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  3. Very cute and what a fun thing to do with the kids. Thanks so much for sharing it on "I Gotta Try That Monday" linky party. Have a great day!
    Marcie

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  4. What a fun idea! Thanks for sharing at the Sunday Showcase. :)

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  5. Hi,
    I am featuring this awesome activity on Mom's Library Link-Up. Come check it out and grab a featured button from Hey Mommy, Chocolate Milk. Also, I hope you link up some of your latest activities!
    http://heymommychocolatemilk.blogspot.com/2012/10/moms-library-link-up-3-for-me.html
    Be blessed,
    Julie

    BTW, We are doing this tomorrow! So cute. I love it!

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