This Halloween sticker frame craft is a happy craft choice for a classroom or scout meeting. Younger kids can make this craft with a bit of help from grown-ups. For toddlers or preschoolers, you might need two different crafting sessions — the first session for painting (be sure to protect the table surface, and have the child wear a smock or paint shirt), and then a second session for adding stickers (once the paint has dried).
NOTE: I used a hot glue gun, but you can use white craft glue for the stickers, especially if working with young kids.
SUPPLIES for the Halloween Sticker Frame:
Mardi Gras beads
Begin by painting the frame. Protect your work surface with newspapers or a plastic tablecloth, and then paint the wooden frame. Paint the edge of the frame a contrasting color, if desired. When you are happy with your painted frame, let it dry!
Gather up all the stickers and arrange by size. Start with the larger stickers and fill in with the smaller. You can also add in gems to make it pop!
When you’re done adding the stickers, glue the Mardi Gras beads around the edge of the frame.
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