OCTOBER 20TH, 2009 9:13AM PST 
*Crochet Max of the Wild Rumpus with a pattern on My Amphetamines and My Purls. *Head to Toy-A-Day and print this Moishe Wild Thing toy. *I love this Where the Wild Things Are cake from Coco Cake Cupcakes!*Se7en shares se7en steps to a Where the Wild Things Are party. Throw your own wild rumpus!
*Stream the Where the Wild Things Are movie soundtrack for free on stereogum. *WhiMSy Love shares the process behind her Where the Wild Things Are puppet with a stop- motion video. You have to see this!*Head to Toy-A-Day for a printable Sipi Where the Wild Things Are toy. *Sew a Where the Wild Things Are tote with Two Straight Lines on Bloesem Kids.
*Assemble a miniature Where the Wild Things Are fort with inspiration from Se7en. *How To Make a Tutu shares the details on this fun Where the Wild Things are Moishe costume. *Sew a Where the Wild Things Are hat with Instructables user jessyratfink.*Kitchen doughdough shares the how-to behind Where the Wild Things Are cupcakes and cake.
*Celebrate with fun ideas from this Where the Wild Things Are birthday party on The Creative party Place. *Instructables user seamster shares the details behind this Where the Wild Things Are monster head costume. *Get your own printable Where The Wild Things Are Max toy from Toy-A-Day. *Make articulated Wild Thing monsters with Se7en.
*Head to Smaller where Grecolaborativo is sharing tips for making a Where the Wild Things Are costume. *Find a printable biography of Maurice Sendak on TeacherVision. *Head to Se7en and make your own terrible yellow eyes in honor of Where the Wild Things Are. *Print and assemble your own Max toy with a printable from Marshall Alexander, Paper Engineer.

10 Responses to “Where the Wild Things Are Roundup”

  1. urban craft Says:

    Oh my gosh! You have all these wicked Where the WIld things are crafts! I am in heaven!

  2. Pascale Says:

    These projects are absolutely fun! I was just thinking today how I’d love to needle felt something “Where the wild things are”-related. But, hey, these projects here are so cool, I might start with one of those instead. Thanks!

  3. admin Says:

    Oh you SO should Pascale! That would be fantastic! I really wanted to put together a Wild Things felt pin. I’m hoping I can find the time this week.

  4. Kimmie Says:

    whooo! hooo! absolutely LOVE this set! thank you so much for every roundup! haven’t been the best commenter (and that will change!) but i definitely appreciate all the hard work you do!! :D

  5. admin Says:

    Aww, thanks so much Kimmie! I had a lot of fun with this one. I am SO excited to see the movie now. I’m hoping to get down there before the end of the week.

  6. Kari@Ucreate Says:

    You are sooo cool! What a fun round up?!
    I LOVE this book!

  7. Kelly | Purple Lemon Designs Says:

    Love this round up Rachel! I just saw the movie and have always been a fan of the book. These crafts are great! Thanks!

  8. Kimmie Says:

    You’re very welcome! :) I was supposed to see it last weekend but our plans changed at the last minute! :( I hope I can see it sometime soon!

  9. Se7en Features Far and Wide… | se7en Says:

    [...] in this part of the world, we are clearly big on “Where the Wild Things Are”… One Pretty Thing and the Crafty Crow had round-ups this [...]

  10. Claire Says:

    Im about to watch the movie tonight for the first time! im so excited I LOVE these crafts. Is it weird that i want to make the suit for me? Im 6′0 tall….

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