Monday Make A – Treasure Boxes

May 25, 2009 at 1:31 pm (Children, Crafts, Fun, Kids, Magic, Midsummer, Monday, pagan, Witchlets)

Treasure Boxes: Litha Craft for Witchlings
by WindSeeker; Cauldrons and Broomsticks

Materials:

  • Sturdy cardboard box (shoe boxes are the best choice)
  • natural items for decoration
  • white glue
  • med-size paint brush

This little box is for the youngster to collect "treasured" memories from summer. Start with a large shoe box and lid. Let the child collect some items from the yard, the park, and/or the beach. Glue flat items to the box, and place the non-flat items inside. To give the box a more durable finish, brush on a coat of white glue diluted with water. Encourage the child to tell stories of where the different items came from, or make up stories about the contents.

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