monster blow painting

Living / 7 October, 2019 / Nanny Anita

Monster Blow Painting Halloween Craft

It is always fun to start doing Halloween crafts and activities. This monster blow painting is not only a fun craft for all ages, but for toddlers the use of the straw will help develop muscles used in speech.

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For this monster blow painting craft you will need:

  • Straw*
  • Water downed paint
  • Paper
  • Googly eyes
  • Paintbrush

*Paper straw work well for this, but if you have very little children then a reusable straw made from silicone/plastic/metal would be better. That way you don’t have to worry about them destroying the straw after a few goes.

You can use any paint for this as long as you water it down. We happened to use powdered paints. They are great as they blend really well, rather like water colours.

monster blow painting

Use the paintbrush to add the paint onto the paper and then use the straw to blow the paint. For really little ones they might find that part harder, so the art work might become a calibration. BB tried really hard with blowing the paint, but he was happier when he was painting and I was blowing it.

monster blow painting

Once the monster blow painting has dried add your googly eyes and a mouth.

If you enjoyed this monster blow painting craft be sure to check out my cotton wool ghost pictures, painted acorn monsters, and pumpkin paper plate.

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Monster blow painting is a fun halloween craft for kids of all ages. It's also really good for helping develop oral skills

For all our Halloween crafts, outfits and recipes, click here.

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