How to make Minions from kinder eggs

Our household is a little bit obsessed with Minions at the moment. Minions are of course the highlight of the films Despicable Me, to my toddler anyway! I’ve seen lots of Despicable Me crafts on Pinterest and thought we would make our own Minions. We used the plastic shell from a Kinder Surprise which is the perfect shape and colour.

How to make Minions from kinder eggs

You don’t need many supplies to make your Minions; the shell from an empty Kinder Surprise, blue and black Sharpies, googly eyes and Scotch Super Glue.

Kinder surprise minion (1)

The plastic shell already has a helpful ridge, just where you need to draw the Minions dungarees. Draw the outline and colour in using a permanent blue pen, then add arms, feet and glasses in black.

Kinder surprise minion (2)

Added large googly eyes and they’re done.

Kinder surprise minion (3)

 

Your own little Minions!

Kinder surprise minion

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17 Responses to How to make Minions from kinder eggs

  1. jo

    Brilliant!!!! I’m going to make some now – thankyou! x
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  2. Lovely idea for a crafty afternoon with kids. Also good to use at work/school :)
    thanks for sharing :)

  3. Gah! I’m in love with these!!!! I’ve swiped the Macky D’s toys for myself because I’m obsessed… now I can totally make my own out of my favourite chocolate too. All the more reason to eat Kinder Eggs! ha! xx
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  4. How cute are they! Will have to give this a go. Tnaks so much for sharing with the Pin It Party. Have pinned to our main board and also to my kiddy-crafty-craftiness board. http://pinterest.com/jbmumofone/boards/
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  5. I love the double use of the Kinder egg carton. Popping over from parenting pin it party.

  6. I think I love these more than my daughter does! I can’t help but laugh at them every time!! Going to pin this now, great idea!
    Donna @ Little Lilypad Co recently posted..Planning for a family day out : Top Tips

  7. These are fab, I have pinned them to make xx
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  8. This is perfect for any minion fan…seriously tempted to make some for myself!!

    Hopping over from parenting pin it party x
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  9. Hey VERY clever, lol My son loves Kinder and hubby and I like the lil minions

  10. Very cool project. I’ve started a collection of Minions from the Surprise minion blind bags.

  11. Paul

    A good way to make children’s toys. At the same time we can make toys with them.

  12. Omg Love love love these! Another thing bookmarked for summer holiday activities!
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  14. infoB

    Los minions de kinder quedan perfectos pegando ojos “google” y haciendo los brazos com 10cm de limpiapipas atravesando por el medio, con recortes de eva negra para pies y manos.

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