Dieren Snoeppotjes

Lege glazen potjes kunnen de basis zijn voor een leuke dierenknutsel! Maak er een kat, hond, varkentje, eenhoorn of muis van... wat jij zelf wil. 

Maak een kijkgat in het potje, zodat je er iets in kan bewaren. Spekjes, engels drop, andere snoepjes of leuke bewaarprulletjes. 

Ik vind het vooral leuk om het snoeppotje kado te geven. Met de naam erop van de ontvanger. Aan wie zou jij hem geven en welke snoepjes zou jij erin doen?


  • Leeg glazen groente/appelmoespotje
  • Styropor bal
  • Acrylverf
  • Foam rubber
  • Chenilledraad/Wiebeloogjes
  • Stuk Stickervel of klevend folie
  • Stift wit, zwart en rood
  • Lint/Strass-steentjes
  • Speldjes/Schaar/Lijm


  • Maak het glazen potje vetvrij met spiritus.
  • Plak een zelfklevend folie of een sticker in de vorm van een ei op het glas. Daar komt de verf niet en dat wordt dan het kijkraampje.
  • Snijd een klein stukje van de piepschuim bal zodat het een plat onderkantje krijgt.
  • Verf het potje, het dekseltje en de bal met acrylverf.
  • De oortjes en neusje maak je van foam sheets. Plak een speld achter de oren en laat drogen. Prik de oren in het hoofd.

  • Plak wiebeloogjes en plak het neusje.
  • Teken mondje met stift.
  • Prik chenilledraad als snorharen in het kattenkoppie.
  • Lijm met lijmpistool of alleslijm de bal op het dekseltje.
  • Lijm een leuk lintje op de rand van het dekseltje zodat het potje nog gewoon open kan. Prik een bijpassend strikje met een speldje op zijn koppie.
  • Potje droog? Trek dan de ovale sticker/folie van het potje, en voila, daar is het kijkgat.
  • Versier met strass-steentjes en tekstjes/tekeningen met stift.


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