This cute and easy paper snowman craft is super simple to make and is an adorable winter or Christmas keepsake that can be kept for years to come! all you need are a few basic materials and our simple to follow guide to keep the kids entertained with this fun little craft on these cold winter days
Here’s what we used
Clean cardboard tp rolls (x2 or 3)
Paper (white, brown, black and orange)
Glue/double sided tape
How to make our cute paper snowman craft
Start by taking your tp roll tubes and cutting them down to three different lengths. A small one for the head, a medium one for the centre of the body and a large one for the base of the body.
Next take one of your tp roll sections and cut out a strip of white paper the same height as the tube and wide enough to wrap around it. Add double sided tape to the edges of the paper and then secure it around the tube.
Repeat the previous step with the remaining two tp sections until your snowman is completely white. Use your double sided tape to attach the three tubes together as above.
Cut out two stick arms and glue them in place inside the middle tube.
Next cut out and glue on your facial features and some buttons. We cut ours from coloured paper and then used our acrylic paint markers to add the details.
Add any other additional decoration such as our foam hat or ribbon scarf. Then finish off your snowman by cutting out a circular shape from your thick card and sticking it to the bottom of the snowman to help it stand. Aren’t they just the sweetest?
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These simple penguin heart cards are just adorable! Each card only uses a small amount of resources which makes them the perfect craft for groups as well as to make at home to gift to family and friends.
Here’s what we used
How to make our penguin heart cards
Start by taking your black piece of card and folding it in half. Cut the card down into into a circular shape ensuring that part of the fold of the card is left intact. Cut across the bottom of the card to create a flat edge so that it can stand freely.
Cut out a heart shape to make the penguin’s white belly and glue it down in place towards the bottom of the penguins body.
Cut out a diamond shape from your yellow paper and fold it in half to make the penguin’s beak. Glue the beak in place just above the belly.
Finally add two Googly eyes to complete your card and once it’s fully dry you’re ready to add your special festive message inside!
It’s finally my favourite time of year; spooky season! Our Halloween crafts are in full swing and we’ve been having so much fun making some spooky homemade decor. This cute paper plate pumpkin craft is so adorable and is easy to adapt for all age groups. Each paper plate turns out completely unique which makes these pumpkins perfect for a fun Halloween display board!
Here’s what you’ll need
Orange tissue paper
Coloured card (green, brown and black)
How to make our paper plate pumpkin craft
First take your orange tissue paper and cut it into several small square pieces. Cover the paper plate in glue and then use the orange squares to cover the plate and give it it’s pumpkin colour.
Next it’s time to create your paper plate pumpkin’s design. Cut out the shapes of the facial features and glue them on to the front of the plate.
Finish off by cutting out a stalk and some greenery and gluing in down on the back to complete your paper plate pumpkin craft. Aren’t these just adorable?
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These adorable spiders are so quick and easy to make and are great as homemade halloween decor hung from the ceilings or even just as a cute incy wincy spider inspired craft!
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Here’s what you’ll need
1 large Pom Pom
1 small Pom Pom
4 pipe cleaners (depending on the size of the pom poms you are using you may be able to use 2 pipe cleaners and chop them in half)
Two Googly eyes
How to make our adorable Pom Pom spider
Take your small pom pom (which will be the spiders head) and use a small blob of glue to attach it to the larger pom pom which will be the spider’s body.
Glue your pipe cleaners centrally across the underside of the spiders belly so that you have 4 legs sticking out each side.
Attach two eyes to the front of your spiders face and optionally add any details such as fangs on a mouth.
Finally bend the pipe cleaners upwards and then outwards to create the shape of the spiders legs. Aren’t these little Pom Pom spiders adorable? We added some stretchy elastic to the back of ours to make a web for the kids to bounce him up and down with!
Take your roll and chop it down to your desired height. Next take your pink card and cut out a strip the same height as your roll and wide enough to wrap completely around it. Glue the card around the roll.
From the same colour cut out two large pig ears and then cut two slightly smaller inner ears from a different shade of pink. Glue the pieces together to make the ears and then stick them in place inside the top of the roll.
Add two eyes on the front of the roll, just below the ears
Now make an oval snout and add two pink nostrils. Glue it on to the middle of the pigs face and use your marker to give the pig a mouth
Cut out a long thin strip with a point at the end to make a tail. Wrap the tail around a pencil to make it curl and then glue it onto the back of the roll to finish your pig! Isn’t he cute?