Decorated Visors for Kids

February 12th, 2013 posted by MakingFriends.com

These visors are perfect for the upcoming warm weather. And we have plenty of ideas to snazz them up!

USA Visor

Make and wear a visor to make sure everyone knows that you love the USA!

You need:

Plastic Visor

Foamie Hearts

Tacky Glue

Foam USA

If you make this project

we’d love to see it! Just send your photos and comments to the editor and it may get published on our Facebook fan page !

What you do

Quick and easy! Just glue foam hearts and letters to visor — overlapping the letters on a big heart.

Decorated Sun Visors

Terrific camp project! Quick and easy and the kids will love to wear them.

You need:

Plastic Visor Foamie

Large Crazy Shapes

Tacky Glue

Hole Punch

Foam Scraps

If you make this project

we’d love to see it! Just send your photos and comments to the editor and it may get published on our Facebook fan page !

What you do

Very easy… just arrange the foam shapes and glue them in place. Punch holes out of foam scraps and add to visor. Tacky glue is sometimes difficult for little kids to squeeze from the dabber. Pour the glue into small bowls and let them spread it on with a craft stick.

Name Visor

Who needs name tag? These visor are great for your first craft of the season.

You need:

Plastic Visor Foamie

House & Yard or Foamie Sports Shapes

Foamie Stars

Foamie Letters

Tacky Glue

If you make this project

we’d love to see it! Just send your photos and comments to the editor and it may get published on our Facebook fan page !

What you do

Glue foam letters to visor — overlapping them, if necessary, to fit. Decorate with foam shapes.

Friend Visors

Aren’t these adorable? What a great way to decorate visors for summer camp.

You need:

Plastic Visor Foamie

Cool Shapes or Foamie Sports Shapes

Foam Friend (see below)

Tacky Glue

If you make this project

we’d love to see it! Just send your photos and comments to the editor and it may get published on our Facebook fan page !

What you do

Make a Foam Friend (see below). Glue it to the visor. Decorate with foam shapes.

Foam Friends

Make our cute paper doll “Friends” out of foam to use for your craft projects.

You need:

Foam Friends

Blanks Patterns for Clothes*

Craft Foam Wiggle Eyes –

10mm Scissors Trim, Buttons, Lace, Fabric Scraps

Embroidery Floss (for shoe ties)

Tacky Glue

Markers

Stapler

Yarn

If you make this project

we’d love to see it! Just send your photos and comments to the editor and it may get published on our Facebook fan page !

What you do

Print patterns for clothes. Staple around pieces to craft foam. Cut out. Glue to bodies. Decorate clothes with trim, buttons, lace, fabric scraps. To make straight hair, wrap yarn about 10 times around four of your fingers. Tie it together with a small piece of yarn. Cut through loop. Glue to the head and trim up. To make short curly hair, spread tacky glue on the head. Lay a piece of yarn down in small loops to cover the glue. Glue on wiggle eyes and draw a face.

Recommended Reading:

This fun activity book contains over eighty colorful stickers of dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals. Children can learn about prehistoric times by matching the stickers to line drawings and simple descriptions of the animals. Each animal’s length and the period when it lived is given along with a pronunciation guide to its name.

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