Spin knutselen van een potdeksel


Herfst .. herfst wat heb je te koop?

Een nieuwe recycle je groenten deksel serie (nummer 4 alweer) , en dit keer in teken van de Herfst en ook van Halloween.  Dit keer maken we een spin! Past dus ook helemaal in het Halloweenthema, waar natuurlijk geen spinnen mogen ontbreken! Maar je ziet spinnen ook veel in de herfst. Overal duiken wel webjes op, met in het midden vaak een spin. Maar deze spin ziet er niet zo akelig uit.. vind je ook niet?



Herfst staat op vele manieren, in teken van veel kleuren en geuren. Maar er zijn ook veel dieren, die al tijdig beginnen een wintervoorraad aan te leggen. Dat doen ze natuurlijk in de herfst, wanneer bijvoorbeeld de eikels van de boom vallen. Een ander dier, gaat alvast op zoek naar een plek om veilig en warm, te kunnen overwinteren.

Welke dieren gaan we zoal maken?

1. Eekhoorn

2. Egel

3. Uil

4. Spin


Wat heb je voor deze knutsel nodig?

- Groenten deksel.

- Zwarte verf, penseel.

- Zwart en wit vilt

- Wiebel oogjes, lijm, schaar.

-  Zwart draad


Hoe maak je het?

1. Schilder de deksel met zwarte verf. Meerdere lagen zijn nodig. Om het drogen te versnellen gebruik een föhn.

2.  Knip 8 poten uit vilt met een knikje op het eind.

3.  Kies als achtergrond een lichte kleur. Hier plak je het spinnenkoppie op met zijn poten.

4.  Plak wiebel oogjes en een mondje op het koppie.

5.  Ga nu met draad, een web maken op de spin. Plak alle draden vast, en druk deze goed aan op het vilt.

Foto in dit blog komt van pixabay.


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