Cocofrutero with stones. Crafts for kids

Cocofrutero with stones. Crafts for kids

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Original craft for children of a coconut fruit maker made with painted stones, ideal for decorating a table or a shelf. This cocofrutero can be made in summer with stones collected on the beach or in the field during the holidays and then used as a gift or to decorate the kitchen or living room.

This children's craft will help childrenDevelop creativity and imagination as they learn to value the importance of recycling and caring for the environment.

  • Stones
  • Paint (orange, yellow, brown, green, red and white)
  • Brush
  • Green plasticine
  • Very small logs
  • Line
  • A coconut

1. Select stones with shapes that resemble some fruit. For example, pears, bananas, tangerines, or strawberries

2. Paint each fruit its corresponding color: orange for the tangerine, yellow and brown for the banana, green for the pears and red for the strawberries, plus the white dots when they are dry.

3. Flatten a piece of green clay and mark the outline of the leaves. You need three for the tangerine, two medium for the pear, and a 6- or 7-pointed star for each strawberry.

4. Glue the leaves with a little glue on top of the fruits and stick a small log in the center.

5. Split a coconut (must be done by an adult). Remove the edible part, clean the peel and use the prettier half as a fruit bowl.