Shark Visor

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by Eileen Farley, A.C. Moore Craftologist

Shark Visor

Hats off to projects that remind us of summer days at the beach! The supplies needed to make this shark-themed visor won't take too big of a bite out of your budget, either!

Project Details

  • Level:beginner (8 + up)
  • Time:2 hours + drying time

Project Instructions

  • 1
    Download, print and follow instructions on project template.
    Note: When using the hot glue gun, use the low setting.
  • 2
    Remove the plastic spring from each visor. Cut one foam visor so it measures 2 inches all around. Using the foam brush, paint both sides of each visor Grey Sky.  Let one side of each visor dry before painting the other sides. Hold the two visors, one upside down, so the holes in each visor line up, one set of holes directly on top of the other. Place one plastic spring back into both holes on each side. Use the low setting on your hot glue gun to attach a fin from the template to each side of the visors. Then hot glue the last fin to the top of the visor (the small pointed edge should protrude over the back of the visor). Hot glue one set of teeth to the inside of the top visor and the other set to the inside of the bottom visor. Glue on the eyes using the White glue.

Project Details

  • Level:beginner (8 + up)
  • Time:2 hours + drying time

Project Supplies

  • •Two Nicole™ Crafts Foam Visors in White
  • •Nicole™ Crafts Foamtastic™ 9 inch x 12 inch Sheet (one in Grey & another one in White), Nicole™ Crafts 30 mm Wiggle Round Eyes 12 pc., DecoArt Americana Acrylic Paint Grey Sky 2 oz.
  • •Elmer's Washable White School Glue 7.625 oz., Nicole™ Crafts Dual Temperature Trigger Glue Gun, Surebonder All Purpose Stik Glue Sticks 4 inch 50 pc., 1 inch Foam Brush
Download Project Template