Boy Mama: Well, Shiver-Me-Timbers! It’s the Octonauts!

Well, Shiver-Me-Timbers! It’s the Octonauts!

Boy Mama Teacher Mama | Octonauts

 

My boys love the Octonauts.  They love the tv show, the characters and the books.  But they love playing Octonauts above all.  That is why I created toilet paper tube Octonauts for my sons. I made these before all the books, figures and other toys came out so they were novel at the time. Now you can get the real thing at the store. But if you are feeling crafty and want to try something at home.  Give these a try….

Materials:

  • toilet paper tubes
  • colored paper
  • scissors
  • glue
  • tape
  • a lot of time and patience!

Mama’s Directions:

I did this mostly by looking at images on the computer, drawing them on paper then cutting and gluing them on the toilet paper tubes. I have no patterns to share, just the idea!

Boy Mama Teacher Mama: Octonauts

Boy Mama Teacher Mama: Octonauts

I am just throwing this in at the last minute since I just made this cake for my son yesterday.  He loves Kwazi most of all so I made this for him.

Boy Mama Teacher Mama | Kwazii Kitten Cake Octonauts

Looking for other Octonauts ideas from BMTM?

Kwazii Kitten Pirate Flag Shirt

Make Your Own Treasure Chest- Octonauts Style!

How to Make an Octonauts’ Hat

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