Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Cute Bunny Craft with Elmer's Disappearing Purple Liquid School Glue

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As the champion of creativity, Elmer's is dedicated to developing products that make it even easier for moms, teachers and children to create the perfect project.  This year the company launched Elmer's Disappearing Purple Liquid School Glue.

The new glue goes on purple but dries clear, so kids know exactly where they're gluing and when it's dry.  This glue is excellent for little ones who are just learning how to use glue and creating projects with a variety of materials such as foam boards, wood, and felt.

Elmer's Disappearing Purple Liquid School Glue is available at popular retailers such as Target, Wal-Mart and Amazon.  It retains between $0.99 - $3.99

If you're looking for a fun and easy project, try a hand at the Cute Bunny Craft:

Supplies Needed

1 paper plate
pink and white card stock
scissors
googley eyes
2 black pipe cleaners and one pink pipe cleaner
cotton balls
Elmer's Disappearing Purple Liquid School Glue


Directions

Cut two large oval ears out of the white cardstock and then two smaller oval ears out of the pink cardstock.  Then cut a small circle out of the pink cardstock for the bunny's nose.

Use the Elmer's Disappearing Purple Liquid School glue to attach all your cotton balls to the paper plate.  Do this until the plate is completely covered.  (Watch how the disappearing purple liquid glue changes from bright purple to clear!)

Glue the pink oval onto the white oval to make the ears and then glue to the ears onto the back of the paper plate.

Criss Cross two black pipe cleaners to make an X and add a bended pink pipe cleaner to the center, and shape it to look like a mouth.  

Attach the googley eyes, pink circle nose and pipe cleaners with the glue.

So cute and so simple!



3 comments:

Lauryn Rescoe said...

This is such an adorable craft idea, my kids are going to love it! Thanks for sharing!

Jana Leah B said...

This bunny is so cute. I like that the glue is visible until it dries. Will help eliminate messes.

Deborah Caudill said...

This looks like a hit for the younger kids. These crafts help kids to develop a love of art, self-expression and boosts their self esteem. This helps in so many ways and I appreciate you sharing all of your creative ideas.