Hello, crafty friends. I’m back today with a project I did with my son (Aiden) featuring THIS new Hero Kids Monster Kit…
Aiden and I decided to make Halloween gift bags for his classmates. We started by decorating the monster die-cuts in the kit to create tags for the gift bags. The kit includes markers but Aiden wanted to paint, so he did some marble painting. To do marble painting, temporarily adhere the paper in a box. Cover a marble in paint, drop it in the box, and tilt the box up and down. It creates the coolest art!
It creates the coolest art…
After the monsters were dry, Aiden put on googly eyes from the kit. He loves googly eyes so this was his favorite part…
He also added faces to each monster with a sharpie…
Now that the gift tags were complete, we started to work on the gift bags. I had some black gift bags on hand so we decorated them with the small stamps in the kit. Aiden stamped the monsters and I white heat embossed them.
We included candy on the inside of the bag along with a couple of the small monster stamps and a small ink cube. They make a great candy substitute too…
It was so much fun spending some time crafting with Aiden. You can find more information about the kid’s monster kit HERE.
With special guests:
Heather & Aiden Ruwe
And extremely special guest:
Hero Arts will give away one $50 gift card, drawn from the comments left across the hop. Enter by Sunday, September 27th at 11:59pm Pacific, and the winner will be announced on the Hero Arts blog the following week.
Thanks so much for stopping by. Happy crafting!
P.S. There are also optional add-on products. I’ve linked them below.