Do you find lots of your lego blocks go astray? I have this terrible problem where all those tiny pieces keep getting everywhere! I worry about them getting lost or worse! Hoovered up!
For this tutorial you may need a grown up to help or instead of spray paint you can use some acrylic yellow paint.
How to make Lego head jars
YOU WILL NEED:
- Small glass jars (we used Ikea spice jar set)
- Yellow Spray paint
- Black sharpie pen
- white acrylic paint
- Fine detail paint brush
Spay paint your glass jars in a well ventilated area or outside if you can, make sure you have some paper or cardboard underneath to protect the area when spraying. Leave to dry.
With a black sharpie pen or permanent marker pen draw the Lego head features, I used our mass collection to pick our favorite expressions.
Use a fine detail paint brush and white acrylic paint to add the finishing touches to the Lego storage jars.
These would make an ideal gift for an avid collector or possibly a fathers day gift?
I'm quite pleased how they turned out, though maybe I would suggest doing a second layer of spray paint after the first one dried. To make them look more even and bright.
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I can see lots of versions of these, minion heads perhaps?
For more father's day crafts you may like to try these ideas: