Milk Bottle Hedgehog Craft For Kids
Today on The Inspiration Edit I am sharing a fun and easy Hedgehog themed milk bottle craft. I really do enjoy drawing and painting and it’s something I have been working on.
For this project, my daughter Sylvia and I drew and designed some animals together and then began painting them on milk bottles.
We tried to make Kawaii style animals and today I am sharing our Hedgehog Milk bottle. This is a fun craft for adults or kids.
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What You Will Need For This Hedgehog Painting Craft
The Dairy Shoppe 1 Qt Glass Milk Bottle Vintage Style with Cap (2 Pack)Uni-posca Paint Marker Pen – Medium Point – Set of 15 (PC-5M15C)Melissa & Doug Drawing Paper Pad (9 x 12 inches) – 50 Sheets, 3-Pack
How To Make This Milk Bottle Craft
First we began by drawing the characters on our sketch book.
After filling in the hedgehog spikes, I then began drawing the outline with a black posca pen.
And then the Hedgehog milk bottle was completed.
You could use the milk bottle as a decoration or fill it up with candy and sweets to give as a gift.
What would you fill your bottle with?
450 Pcs Craft Supply Set, Which Includes 100Pcs Pipe Cleaners Chenille Stem, 150Pcs Self-sticking Wiggle Googly Eyes and 200Pcs Pompoms for DIY School Art Projects by Baleauty6 color glitter glue set 20 milliliter bottles – classic colors – green, gold, red, silver, blue, and purpleMod Podge Waterbase Sealer, Glue and Finish (16-Ounce), CS11202 Gloss Finish
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- Milk Bottle
- Posca Paint Pens
- Sketch Paper
1. Draw the characters in your sketchbook.
2. Outlined our Kawaii Hedgehog on the Milk bottle using the gold posca pen.
3. Use the brown posca pen to draw the spikes of the hedgehog onto the milk bottle.
4. After filling in the hedgehog spikes, draw the outline with a black posca pen.
About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts and having fun as a family. Angela has also taught cooking skills and loves to share both family recipes and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!