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Monster Straw Toppers

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This is a fun way for kids to decorate their own drinking draws; colour in the monsters, glue to straw and enjoy. Also can be used to stick into muffins!



Time: 1 hour
Age: 5-10's
Level: Easy

Materials
Cardboard
Scissors
Black marker pen
Pastel pencils, pencils or textas.
Craft glue
Straws

Method
Draw your monsters out onto firm cardboard.
Cut them out



Colour them in. We used pastel pencils as they're easy to smudge over with your fingers to make messy looking monsters.



With a firm holding craft glue, glue straws to your monsters.



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Speckled Sydney

Categories
#Monster
#Halloween
#Colouring
#Decorate
#5 to 10s
#Easy
#Drinking Straw
#Party
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