They come in a great shape for little hands to grip and make some pretty fun sounds when they get all shook up. Even better, this project requires almost no precision and only a container, fabric (nothing special), scissors, and a hot glue gun.
First I stripped off the label and loaded it up with dried pasta (rice, beans, coins, buttons, almost anything would work). Then I ran a bead of hot glue around the inside rim of the lid and sealed up the container.
Then I folded the top and bottom of the fabric to about the right height for the container.
Next, I ran glue along the top and bottom edges, also securing one vertical, folded edge.
And, to wrap it up, I rolled it around the container and glued the opposite vertical, folded edge to secure.
And, there you have it! A quick, easy, fun noise maker for your little noise maker!Pin It