Today I have another great DIY guest post for you. This time from the beloved Viola from the blog. The children laugh. I immediately found your craft idea so cool that I’m happy to pass it on to you, thanks to it. =)
Viola made small gifts for the children’s first birthday party. You can find out what exactly he thought next. And now I give you the (written) word Viola. Have a lot of fun with it!
Hello my dear! Before we begin, of course, I would like to introduce myself. My name is Viola, I am 31 years old and have two children. My big one is 7 years old and my little one will soon celebrate his second birthday.
Besides my job, I blog The children laugh about our lives and try to make the blog as varied as possible. In the DIY category you will find instructions for a learning tower, a garden playhouse, but also things that can be quickly implemented, such as christening decorations or the first birthday gift that I would like to present to you today.
At this point, I’d also like to thank Mari for this great opportunity to guest post on her wonderful blog. And of course I am also very happy for your visit to my blog!
When my little one celebrated his first birthday, we really didn’t want to celebrate a child’s birthday. But since some of my friends have children of the same age, we organized a mini birthday, without a program, but with a lot of time for us mothers, because the first birthday is something special.
I put the table decoration under the motto “Zoo”, that’s why I came up with the idea of giving the little guests something suitable to take home after the party. That’s why I came up with the idea of a special 1st birthday gift that everyone can easily copy and adapt to their own birthday motto.
- Construction paper (brown, beige and red)
- Marker pen
- Fruit glasses
First cut a strip 23 cm long and 10 cm high from the brown construction paper for each monkey. This is then stapled to fit exactly around the glass.
Then cut out a brown circle for the face. A beige heart is glued to it (these will be the eyes!) And a beige oval on top.
Finally, the two small circles follow as ears. Use a marker pen to draw two dots for the eyes, two nostrils, and a mouth.
Now the arms are still missing. To do this, cut a strip 23 cm long and 0.7 cm high that is glued around the body. The ends are attached to the previously labeled red heart.
Your monkey is ready so fast!
I wish you a lot of fun doing things!
All the best,