I’m getting ahead of Finding Dory, a movie that I think is going to be one of the biggest hits of all time! Hank is one of the new characters. He’s played by Ed O’Neill from Modern Family. Hank looks hilarious! I was thinking that I would take an octopus craft that I had in mind, make it orange, and turn it into Hank! Come on in and I’ll show you this craft that I think you’re gonna want to make for Finding Dory Parties!
- Orange Gloves – I found mine at a hardware store. They are PVC gloves, but garden gloves might do the trick
- 1 in. wide wiggle eyes (2)
- Orange foam sheet
- Blue foam sheet (optional)
- Warm glue gun and sticks, or my favorite alternative that doesn’t get hot is Fabri-tac!
- Fold the gloves together so the wrists are turned over like you would fold socks
- *If you’re doing this with kids, you might want to do this step for them and have the eyes ready.
- If you want blue eyes, then flip the eyes over and cut the backs open
- Cut out blue foam circles that are bigger than the pupil, but small enough to show the white of the eye
- Insert the blue foam, close the white slits back up and flip them over. You have blue eyes for Hank! Well…almost
- Trace the eyeball onto the orange foam sheet, and cut that out
- Cut the circle in half for 2 eyelids
- Glue those onto your gloves – right next to each other
Here’s a video to help you through the craft!
- And, you’ve got Hank! I can’t wait to see the movie! I know I’m going to love this character. 🙂
Here’s some stuff you might need or even want for this craft:
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CommentI’m the Editor of Fun Family Crafts and wanted to let you know that we have featured your Hank project! You can see it here:
Please feel free to submit any of your other craft tutorials. We just love your work! Thanks for a great project idea!
Awww, Thank you! I’m honored. I can’t wait to check it out.