How to Make Juice Box Robots


I made these cute juice box robots for my husband's  Sunday School Class. They are simple to make, and Kids absolutely love them.  They make fun snacks for kids,  and robot party favors for birthdays .  Gather the following supplies to make:
  • Juice Box(  for body)
  • Starburst Candy (For feet)
  • Laffy Taffy ( for arms)
  • small box nerds
  • wiggle eyes
  • glue dots
  • clear wrap (optional)
  • ribbon (optional)
 Instructions for Building Your Robot
  • Using glue dots stick arms (Laffy Taffy) on the side of the juice box
  • Lay 4 Starburst side by side and put a  glue dot on on each one
  • Set the bottom of Juice box on top and balance
  •  Glue eyes on the Nerds
  •  Glue Nerds on Top of the Juice Box
  You can then wrap them in clear wrap and add a matching bow.  Clear bags can be found in craft stores and Walmart. I like the bags to keep things in place and to add that finishing touch.

  Teresa Saenz [ mama of 3 handsomes] sent the following robot she made from a juice box.  Love the big eyes and the sticky heart

19 comments:

  1. WOW!! Nice juice box robot craft shape i love it.
    Thank you for post.shiva gift baskets

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  2. Oh my gosh, those are the cutest things ever!! Going to pass this along to my youngest preschool class! TFS!!

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  3. This is AWESOME! I love it! I am doing a juice box craft post this week and I am featuring this great idea with a link to this post! Thank you!

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  4. I'm making these for my Kindergartners first Valentine School Party! Thanks for the cute idea!

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    1. I'm making them too and was curious if you had a cute slogan to go on the card as well??

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  5. I have tried to come up with an idea. The only thing I could come up with is "someone poked my juice box". Maybe that will get your creative "juices" flowing. Couldn't resist the pun.

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  6. Trying these for Valentines for both my children and am putting "You really 'juice' me up" on the cards!

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  7. My son wants to have a robot birthday party. These will be perfect for the party.

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  8. I love this idea...thanks for sharing! www.tinytreasuresbyt.blogspot.com

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  9. Sent these to school today with my Kindergartener and 5th grader adorned with heart stickers on them! They were a hit!

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  10. It so much fun to hear the different places these robots are showing up. Please send me photos. Everyone has their own unique twist to making things.

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  11. Super cute! Trying to make these now and the "head" and "feet" won't stay on. Any suggestions? Thanks.

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  12. I used Elmer's Craft Bond glue spots....Works like a charm.

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  13. gonna use these at my robot station at a girlscout campout thanks for the idea

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  14. These are adorable! This looks like a super fun project for my kindergartener and his friends.

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    1. I loved these so much that I submitted them at Fun Family Crafts and they're being featured. You can see it here:

      http://funfamilycrafts.com/juice-box-robots/

      Thanks for such a fun idea!

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  15. Going to use them for Transformer VBS craft. Great idea thanks. I plan to add a cross sticker in the middle.

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    1. I am trying to organize a Transformer VBS and would love more ideas for crafts, games, etc. Thanks!

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  16. These are amazing and I can't wait to make them for my daughter's preschool class! Your blog is a such a wealth of information that I will DEF be following!!

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