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Make a Minion Party Craft

My son has chosen to have a Minions birthday party this year. Who wouldn't? They are all the rage right now and I look forward to seeing the movie.

When planning party activities I always like to include a craft of some kind if I can. So this year we are going to make minions.

All you need is big pieces of project paper which can be found at dollar stores or Walmart for .50 to 1.00 each. Then you just cut strips about 3-4 inches wide and then cut those directly in half.

Using a glue gun you can now begin assembling the rolls. Take a yellow and blue strip and place them together with just an inch of yellow poking out above the blue. Glue them together and then roll them to the shape of a toilet paper roll. Glue it together and let dry.

Now you should have little minion colored rolls. All you need to do now is shape their heads, I just took my scissors and rounded the corners to look more like round minion heads.

Get together markers, glue, googly eyes, glitter etc. set up a little craft table and let the kids decorate their own minions. I think its going to be a big hit, kids love creating and taking things home.


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