Add a bit of sparkle to your room. This a perfect craft for the end of the glue bottle when it gets a little bit goopy… Materials Scissors Glitter Craft glue (We’ve found Crayola brand dries clear) Twine Hole punch Twine, string, beading or fishing line Beads Craft hoop Plastic zippered bag Food colouring Toothpick or old fork Craft tray Smock Embroidery floss (We found this helpful when we went with the sun catcher option) Ribbon Directions Don your smock. Put your plastic zipper bag in a craft tray. Cover your plastic bag with a section of glue. Make sure that there are no open spaces. Add a few drops of food colouring, should you like. Mix with your toothpick or old fork. Sprinkle with glitter. Allow to dry in a sunny spot for several days. When your glue is dry, cut out shapes that you may like. We went with stars. Have an adult punch a hole in one end, using a needle. Lace onto twine, string, cord or fishing line. Add beads should you like. Attach your strings to a craft hoop. Our son wanted it to be more like a sun catcher to hang in his window rather than a mobile so we wrapped a portion of the hoop with embroidery floss to hold the strings in place. Attach ribbon or more string, cord etc. to hang your creation. Have an adult hang your mobile from the ceiling or hang your sun catcher in the window. Purpose Cutting different materials. Lacing beads etc. is a great way to develop one’s fine motor skills. Safety Notes Use non-toxic products Exercise caution when using scissors Wash your hands after using glitter. Use twine, string etc. with adult supervision as it may be a strangulation hazard. Have an adult hang your mobile. Beads can be a choking hazard so keep them out of reach from children 0-3 years of age or those that tend to put thing in their mouths. Please like & share: Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.