Creating a quirky craft with your kids is always a good time! This Mushroom Recycled Craft is most likely, unlike anything you’ve ever done before. You can start making this craft now and be done in no time.
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The best part about this craft is that you can use recycled materials as much as possible. When one of your kids wants to use up their leftover yogurt cup, you can totally do this Mushroom Recycled Craft.
How to Make a Mushroom Recycled Craft
What you need:
- Paper roll
- Yogurt cup
- Red acrylic paint
- Glue stick
- White paper
- Black marker
- White felt material
- Red pompom
- Moving eyes
Step by Step Tutorial
Paint a yogurt glass red. Bonus points if the yogurt cup is already red.
Cut a piece of white paper for a longer paper roll and glue it on.
This is such a good way to recycle those toilet papers rolls in your house.
Make sure you are generous with the glue, so that it sticks!
On white film, draw circles of different sizes, cut them out, and glue them back and forth on the mushroom’s head.
Have fun with this part! This white holes can go anywhere you’d like them to.
If you’re making several mushroom crafts, you can change up the pattern!
Glue the moving eyes on the mushroom.
Draw a mouth on it, glue a tiny red pompom on its nose.
Use eye paint to draw a red rosette on her face.
Glue the guriga to the yogurt glass.
Enjoy the final product.
He’s a cute guy that can hang around anywhere in your home.
This is a pretty simple craft that you can put together. If you want, you can even name your mushroom at the end. Have fun with his name because he is a mushroom after all!
Have fun with his name because he is a mushroom after all!