IJsbeer van ijslollystokjes


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Met houten ijsstokjes kan je allerlei leuke dieren maken. Ook leuke winterknutsels, bijvoorbeeld de ijsberen op de Noordpool!  

Met 11 knutselhoutjes, wat witte acrylverf, 2 wattenschijfjes, 1 zwart pomponnetje  en 2 wiebeloogjes heb je er al (bijna) een. Alleen nog even de knutselstokjes verven, en de onderdeeltjes erop plakken. 

Deze witte coole beer bijt niet, eet niets en is makkelijk te maken, ook door de jonge kinderen. O ja, vergeet niet een flesje transparante lijm klaar te zetten en een schaar om de oortjes te knippen.

Veel knutselplezier! 

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