Allow the guests at your children’s Halloween party to serve themselves a drink with this scary monster bot.
All the pieces for this menacing yet useful guy were recycled.
Don’t turn your back on this grabby little monster: he may steal your candy.
What to put in your Robot Monster Pitcher? Robot Oil (i.e. Apple Juice) of course!
I used this at my daughter’s robot party too.
Get your hands on a second-hand coffee pot. Then gut out the innards. Clean it really well. The exterior bottom of my coffee pot was damaged by its previous owner from overheating but I think it adds character to our monster. The inside of the pot wasn’t damaged. Check the inside before bringing one home.
Eyes are burned out red Christmas light bulbs. Arms are thrift-store forks. Mouth was made from a metal shower curtain ring that I bent up using a pair of pliers.
Gluing the pieces on:
Gorilla glue worked for the arms. When the glue was dry, I used a razor blade to clean off the glue that squeezed out. A clear epoxy worked for the eyes and mouth.
Be creative and design your own scary Robot Monster Pitcher.
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