Recycle a plastic jug into an adorable Halloween suncatcher.
Today’s craft is short and sweet, and was inspired by In Lieu of Preschool’s awesome Suncatcher Bats. Pop over there to have a look, and to get the details, and then come on back to see how our Halloween suncatcher turned out.
What you’ll need:
We used Sharpies, but crayons or gel paints would work well too. Colouring on a plastic surface like this one is somewhat different than colouring on paper. The markers glide around on the plastic and colour quality of the markers is brighter and quite, translucent. Providing materials that are different than the ones your child normally gets creative with will add interest and enrich the creative process for your child.