DIY Winnie The Pooh & Christopher Robin Inspired Applesauce Covers!

Hey All!

I don’t know about you, but I LOVED the new Disney movie Christopher Robin. It was so darn cute and Pooh and his friends were so adorable I cried watching it. Since I love Pooh and loved the movie, I thought I would throw together a fun and easy Pooh themed DIY you can easily make for a kids back-to-school lunch or just as a fun snack to take to Disneyland or Disney World. A trip to Disney is always a great way to end the summer. Check out these fun DIY Winnie The Pooh & Christopher Robin Inspired Applesauce Covers! They are super easy to make and your kids can help you make them too!

Here is how to make them!

  • Any Applesauce containers
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick
  • Brown marker
  • Golden yellow card stock
  • Lid From Bottle of Bubbles

First you open up the applesauce package and remove each individual applesauce container. You then trace the top of the unopened container onto a piece of golden yellow card stock.

You then trace a smaller circle from the lid from a bottle of bubbles twice also onto the yellow paper. You then cut out the 3 circles out with scissors. Glue the two small circles onto the top of the larger circle for ears.

Lastly, use your brown marker to draw a nose, eyes, eyebrows and a smile onto the large circle to make Winnie the Pooh.

You glue the Winnie the Pooh face to the top of an applesauce container and that’s it! You’re done!

How cute are these folks?!!! I’m obsessed with them!

If you haven’t seen Christopher Robin yet, I highly recommend you go see it asap! You’ll surely love it as much as I did!

You can find more fun Disney DIY’s and fun posts HERE!

 

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