By: Tanya Pimental
It’s no secret, I love any excuse to look through craft supplies and plug in my hot glue gun. Imagine my delight when Jack’s school decided to end the month of learning about outer space with a dress up day. Instructions were to keep it simple. It wasn’t an effort to have Halloween in spring and to be either an alien or an astronaut. Even more awesome than getting to dress up as an alien? Getting to be green alien when it’s your favorite color. (Or at least that is what my middle man deemed to be awesome.)
We recently picked up some DIY foam sun visors for some birthday party fun, but we never got a chance to use the supplies. I never get rid of leftover craft supplies, as there is always cause to use it again. So, I used my leftover visor supplies to make the perfect hat for the occasion. A few foam balls cut in half, googly eyes, a hot glue gun, and a quick Google image search for martian ears were all I needed. The eyelashes are my favorite touch.
The girls were so thrilled with the outcome that they, too, wanted their own versions. This craft then resulted in building a space craft from couch cushions and an afternoon of imagination.
5 thoughts on “Galactic Crafts”
These are awesome! I know my daughter wished I had your talent when she was growing up!
Amazing craft work. you are no amateur 🙂
What a great craft!! These hats are adorable as well as creative!!
Looks like fun! We love crafty days around here too 🙂
My daughter will love this!! Can’t wait to try it out.