To make your own Hilda, I copied the pattern 150% bigger to help me gauge how to get her onto the board. She is drawn and colored with Sharpie markers to make her bright. To make the pocket for the rhyme, I cut the top (the zipper part) off of a gallon-sized Ziploc bag and glued it over her apron. I like that it is clear so it isn't obvious it is there.
While you will have to get the book (or email me directly) to get the whole story/rhyme, Hilda eats the following:
and 5 scary monsters
Now I can't wait until Halloween so I can pull out Hilda!
This week's round-up is hosted by Erin at Falling Flannelboards.