Eekhoorn van ijslollystokjes


Heerlijk, lekker samen leuke herfstknutsels maken! Vind jij dat ook zo gezellig? 

De herfst heeft oneindig veel mogelijkheden, om geweldige knutsels te maken. Lieve eekhoorns horen daar natuurlijk ook bij. Wij zijn thuis dol op eekhoorntjes, ze zijn zoooo schattig!!

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Van houten ijslollystokjes, bruin papier en een bruine stift (met dikke punt) heb ik vandaag dit eekhoorntje geknutseld. Hieronder op de foto's kan je zien hoe je dat kan doen. Vind je oortjes en een staart knippen nog een beetje moeilijk? Geen nood, ik heb het knippatroontje hier bij gezet.

Heb jij ook leuke herfstige werkstukjes gemaakt en wil je dat delen?  Stuur dan gerust je foto's even naar ilse@deknutseljuf.nl, zo inspireren wij elkaar!

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