Hands on Crafts For Kids is the resource for kids craft projects and instructions for kids 6-12 and parents, teachers and other group leaders. It includes school and curriculum based projects, multi cultural projects, and every day, holiday and seasonal ideas.
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Using plastic knife, cut Styrofoam ball in half. “Sand” one edge against the other to create a rounded tear-drop shape.
Using plastic knife, cut tip from cone 1 inch from pointed edge. This will be the snout. Using the plastic knife, cut a 1 inch slice from BOTTOM of the cone. Cut this into 4 sections. This will be the feet.
Using tacky glue, attach snout and legs to body. Use toothpicks to help secure. Cut off excess with scissors. Let dry.
Using paintbrush, paint body with brown paint. Let dry.
Using scissors, cut burlap into 3 inch squares. Fold in half twice. Using chopstick, poke a hole in the back of hedgehog body. Dip folded edge of burlap in white glue and poke into the hold. Use chopstick to push it in. Repeat until entire back is covered. Let dry.
Using black paint marker, add eyes and tip of nose.