Age: 5 and up with help from a grown-up
Materials: Craft Shells, Darice Chenille Stems in orange, Delta Creative acrylic paint in Orange Soda, googly eyes, glue and scissors. All materials available at Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames in Redmond.
Step 1: Child paints shells orange (may take two coats).
Step 2: Adult helps child cut eight 2 1/2 inch pieces of chenille stems.
Step 3: When paint is dry, child flips crab over and glues chenille stems for crab legs.
Step 4: Child adds goggly eyes to crab.
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Carrie This Home says
These crabs are so cute Malia! My kids love animals of all kinds so they would have a blast making these. So glad I stopped by from Work It Wednesday!
Thanks Carrie! xo
Mary Beth|Cupcakes and Crinoline says
These are adorable! My youngest son saw them and now he wants to make them. :)
Oh good! That makes me happy!
Kim @ seven thirty three says
These are SO fun! My kids would love making theme. Thanks for linking with Inspire Me Wednesday!
These are adorable, love!!
How cute are your crabs Malia!! LOVE this!!