This snap lid Frankenstein magnet craft is super cute and easy to make with the kids. It’s the perfect craft for Halloween!
Today I am sharing one of my favorite Halloween characters, Frankenstein’s Monster, made into a cute magnet. I have always just called him Frankenstein for short and have been corrected by readers in the past, Frankenstein was the scientist who created the monster.
So there you go… LOL Let me show you how to make one of these Frankenstein Magnet Crafts…
Too busy to make this right away?! Pin it for later! Pin this project to your favorite craft board on Pinterest and it’ll be waiting for you when you’re ready.
Be sure to check out this bat magnet craft, pumpkin magnet craft and spider craft too.
Frankenstein Magnet Craft:
I love that this craft uses material that can be recycled. Keep your used snap lids from canning and you can create all sorts of unique crafts! Here’s what you need for Frank…
- snap lid
- green acrylic paint
- paint brush
- black construction paper
- white glue
- two googly eyes
- black felt marker
1: paint the snap lid green.
2: cut hair and bolts out of black paper.
3: glue the features to the lid.
4: draw a mouth and scar with black marker.
5: glue a magnet on the back.
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Our crafting essentials for kid crafts:
- We love using these Apple Barrel Acrylic Paints to add bright color to all of our projects.
- These paint brushes are ideal for most craft surfaces and a great price!
- This art supplies kit is our favorite because it has everything we needed to get started.
- This rolling storage cart helps to keep our craft supplies organized.
I just love the look in his eyes… mischievous no?! This was a fun craft to create with the boys and an easy one too! It would be perfect for a Halloween party or play date.
Wait… am I the only one that plans crafts for play dates?!? My kids love crafts so hopefully crafting is something that they can always do with friends… don’t burst my bubble… I know, soon they will be teenagers!
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