Crocodile Dock Vacation Bible School Craft Ideas

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Hi, I’m Holly Silva, and I’ve been a craft expert for about 15 years now. Today, I’m going to show you how to make a Crocodile Dock vacation Bible school craft, and here we go. So, what I have here is, I went to the 99 cent store and I got these. They’re chip clips. 99 cents, I got a pack of them. I think there were only four in the pack, but 99 cents, you can’t go wrong. And, they’re sturdy, they’re pretty strong. They come in two different sizes, there’s a small one and a large one, and you can use them, you can do actually all of these if you’d like. Now, because it takes more time to paint, I already had one take care of. So, I painted this one for you. You’re just going to paint it green because crocodiles are green, right? So, once the paint dries, you can do any type of, like, I will use yellow or maybe a dark green to kind of contrast it and make it really super pretty. You can use rhinestones or whatever you want. But, very very basic. All you need to do is, I painted it with some green acrylic paint. It dries pretty quickly. On plastic, it may take a little bit longer. But, all I did was grab a Popsicle stick here and just dab some white paint on it. We don’t need too much of it. Dab some white paint here, and make some eyes with it. And, keep it a little clean, because you’re going to be – make sure that the green dries before you add the white, because you’re just going to end up smearing it. We don’t want smeared eyeballs, because that doesn’t look nice. Use a napkin to clean everything off, and apply a little bit more white there, make some nice little eyeballs. Now, the thing that I love most about this craft is it’s not only cool looking, but it’s also functional. I know when we were kids, we made so many crafts. And still today, there are so many crafts out there that, you know, they look nice as decoration but, you know, they get old or we feel bad throwing them away because we spend a lot of time and effort into it, and, you know, maybe it was a little nostalgic after a while. But, there really isn’t much use for it. Now, these are – you want to make them nice big eyeballs, because crocodiles, they have big eyeballs, right? They can see a lot, they creep at you from the side. Alright, make sure they’re about the same size. They don’t have to be pretty. It’s more expressive, I think, if they’re not exact. And, what I have here is some silver puff paint. I thought it would be cool just to add an extra little color to it. So, just add some puff paint to the top, and make his pupil there. Make it a little bit more decorative for the kitchen. And, there we have it. Give him some eyelids, maybe. Maybe even some eyebrows – make him expressive, like oh, you know, when he opens his mouth he’s got chips in it. There we go. Just imagine, what would you look like with chips in your mouth? Don’t do it, I’ve tried it, it’s really weird. Okay, and there it is! It’s your Crocodile Dock vacation Bible school craft, and a chip clip all in one! I hope you enjoy it, have a great time, make it as wonderful as you like because you are wonderful and full of love. We’ll see you next time.

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