Bejeweled Bugs Program


Here’s a craft that brought in both boys and girls.  Children had a choice of either dead bugs (brought from home or provided by our brave Waretown staff members) or glittery bug decals to be placed in a mold of resin.  They also had a choice of using their jewels for a pendant, bracelet, or brooch.  Once instructions were given by staff member Beau Irwin,  SAIL volunteers gave a helping hand to maintain order and help students with the somewhat sticky, tricky resin.    Students went home with their treasures, promising to un-mold their works only after a 24 hour period.  Here are some examples.  The arrow points to the only “real” bug (stink bug).  Economic paper clips and binders were used as jewelry findings. 



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