Paper Plate Jellyfish Craft

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With Summer in our sights we’re turning our creative hands to some super cool under the sea themed crafting, kick starting our collection with this adorable Paper Plate Jellyfish Craft!

My kids love fishy crafts and have a long list of sea creatures they would like to create, so watch this space over the next few weeks as we have a lot to do!

Today’s paper plate jellyfish craft was the brainchild of Miss Cakes (3 years old) and she had some rather specific requests:

The Jellyfish had to sparkle.

It needed BIG eyes.

And, most importantly, the dominant colour had to be green.

I love how it all came together and from an educational perspective, our Jellyfish craft encompasses lots of fine motor work with some very valuable cutting practice and lends itself to some fabulous creative play.

Sound good?

Let’s check it out!

Paper Plate Jellyfish Craft 

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Paper Plate
Washable Kid Friendly Paint
Glitter Shaker Pots
Ribbon
Felt
PVA Glue
Scissors
Stapler

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Tutorial:

  1. To begin, arm the arty crafty kids with a paper plate and some paint, and take a BIG step back.
  2. Once they’re finished decorating their paper plates, offer a little glitter to add some seaside shimmer. If you don’t have any glitter or would prefer not to use glitter – as it’s not everyone’s cup of tea, try adding some shiny sequins and embellishments instead.
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  3. Trim the paper plate to a ‘jellyfish’ shape and then turn the paper plate over.
  4. Cover the freshly cut edge with a generous amount of PVA Glue.
  5. Cut a number of strands of ribbon to various lengths.
  6. Add the ribbon to the paper plate, ensuring they’re nicely spaced out.
  7. Cut out a pair of white and black circles to create eyes and add them to the jellyfish.
  8. Finish of with a hanging hook using a small piece of ribbon and secure with a staple.

As you can see by the video, Miss Cakes had a blast with this paper plate jellyfish craft and while she needed a little bit of help, older children will enjoy the independence of this craft.

For more easy paper plate crafts, check out our Paper Plate Love Birds, Rainbow Bag and Pop-up Chicks!

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Pop Up Paper Plate Bunny

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This Pop Up Paper Plate Bunny is super fun and easy to make. Perfect for Easter crafting with the kids this Spring, who will just LOVE playing with their Easter Bunny creations!

It’s a great little craft to do during Spring where kids may begin to notice baby bunnies emerging from the fields. With grandparents who live in the country, my own kids love playing ‘spot the bunny’ in neighbouring fields and grass verges along the country roads.

With this in mind, the pop-up aspect of our Easter Craft is particularly apt.

Using materials you’re likely to already have stashed away in the craft cupboard, this couldn’t be easier to set up.

Sound good? let’s get started…

Pop Up Paper Plate Bunny 

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Supplies:

Paper Plate
Metallic Paint
Stapler
A Drinking Straw
Construction Paper
Craft Straw
Black Sharpie Pen
PVA Glue
Sticky Tape

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To begin, cut off the top third of the paper plate and then align the cut-off third with the bottom of the remaining paper plate.

You should have a nice gap between the paper plates.

Staple the two parts of the paper plate together, using the staples sparingly and cut out a zig-zagged jagged edge along the top of the paper plate to create the appearance of a broken egg.

For younger children, you may want to help out with the cutting and sticking, however kids of around preschool age will love to try this themselves.

And for the best bit, the kids can use their artistic license to decorate their eggs in the most spectacular and individual way.

They could use paint, tissue paper, colouring pens, stickers or anything else you have at home!

We chose to decorate our Easter egg with metallic paint, which leaves a gorgeous sparkly sheen.

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While the Easter Egg is drying, let’s make the bunny!

Simply cut out a heart shape for the face and some bunny ears using contrasting coloured paper.

Assemble the paper together to make a ‘bunny face’ and add some craft straw for whiskers.

Complete the bunny with a pair of eyes and mouth, and affix to a drinking straw.

Add the bunny to the paper plate and start playing!

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This craft puts me in the mind the of the popular nursery song “Sleeping Bunnies”

See the little bunnies sleeping till it’s nearly noon
Come and let us gently wake them with a merry tune
Oh how still, are they ill, wake up soon
Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop
Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop
Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop
Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop

And could be a really fun song to sing along with our Pop Up Paper Plate Bunny, especially if you’re trying this craft with a toddler or preschool group!

To see how this idea could be adapted to chicks, check out our Pop Up Paper Plate Chicks!

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Paper Plate Rudolph Reindeer Craft

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“Rudolph the red nose reindeer, had a very shiny nose” or a very fluffy nose, like our paper plate Rudolph Reindeer Craft.

I adore the simplicity of this festive craft and it’s one that children will be able to make and assemble themselves.

Using just a few materials that you’re likely to already have stashed away in the craft cupboard, it could be set up very easily.

But first, you will need to pop outside and collect some antler twigs!

My kids thought I was crazy when I suggested that we go on an antler hunt…

Luckily they embraced the idea and had a blast rummaging through the leaves in pursuit of the perfect antler twig!

MATERIALS: Paper Plate Rudolph Reindeer Craft

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Paper Plate
Brown Paint
BIG Googly Eyes
Red Pom-Pom
Twigs
PVA Glue
Sellotape or Masking Tape
Scissors

HOW-TO: Paper Plate Rudolph Reindeer Craft 

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First paint the Paper Plate brown with either brown paint or encourage the kids to do some colour-mixing to make brown – in my experience, kids rarely have trouble making brown!

TIP: To ensure the paper plate doesn’t get too soggy and dries quickly, try sponge painting!

Cut the Paper Plate to shape and cut out two ears with the off-cuts.

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Attach the ears and twigs using some tape.

TIP: Masking tape is a great alternative to sellotape as kids are able to easily tear or cut pieces off for themselves. It’s particularly handy for kids who enjoy junk modeling

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Finish off with some googly eyes and a big red nose!

And ta-da…your kids should now have a super cute paper plate Rudolph Reindeer Craft!

Your kids should now have a super cute paper plate Rudolph Reindeer Craft!

If you don’t have any paper plates to hand, maybe try making Rudolph Reindeer with a paper roll?

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Paper Plate Scarecrow

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When it comes to craft materials, I am a self confessed hoarder of anything that ‘could’ be reused later on.

And that ‘later on’ could be days, weeks or even years!

The kids love rummaging through my multiple boxes and I think it’s good for creativity. The hubby on the other-hand is very much in the ‘junk camp’ and my hoarding does drive him a little crazy.

So I love it when we get to use some of our junk and this paper plate scarecrow seemed like the perfect craft for reusing scrap materials.

It has a rag doll charm and from a kids craft perspective, it’s provided a tactile session that has encouraged the kids to use their imaginations and carefully consider how the various materials could be reused.

The kids were all over it and within this really easy kid craft we’ve used buttons, scrap paper and fabric, tissue paper and more!

Materials: Paper Plate Scarecrow

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Paper Plate
Card – Cereal Box
Various Scrap Materials:
-felt
-buttons
-fabric
-paper
-pipe cleaner
-Tissue Paper
Black Sharpie
PVA Glue
Scissors

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Let’s Make It! 

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Using a combination of tissue paper and yellow netting, we started by cutting them into thin ‘straw like’ strips and glued the pieces around the top rim of the paper plate.

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Using pieces of fabric, paper and  a brown bag, we tore and cut pieces to then collage onto a oval shaped cardboard hat.

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Once complete, the girls suggested that we add a flower! Using some circular pieces of felt from a previous project, the circles were simply layered and threaded onto a pipe cleaner.

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Glue the hat on top of the ‘straw’ and fix the flower onto the hat using some glue, or a small piece of clear tape.

Your paper plate scarecrow should be coming together nicely!

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Finish off by adding some facial features. We used scrap felt, buttons and scrap paper, along with a goofy scarecrow smile.

My kids loved making their scarecrows. With the tearing, sticking, cutting and threading elements, it’s proven itsef to be a great all-round work out for developing fine motor skills.

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Paper Plate Dinosaur

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Following a recent visit to the Natural History Museum in London, the girls became dino mad!

We’ve read a ton of books about dinosaurs. We’ve watched documentaries about them and pretended to be stomping chomping T-Rex’s roaming around the house.

These paper plate dinosaurs are a consequence of the dino mania that has taken hold of my kids and we had a great time making them, improving the paper plate triceratops we made last year.

The folding mouth works so well and is great for inspiring play.

As an adaptation, the eyes could be replaced by holes to become face masks. However you choose to make the paper plate dinosaurs, I’m sure the kids will love them.

MATERIALS: Paper Plate Dinosaur 

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 Paper Plate x2 (US / UK)
Tempera Paint (US / UK)
Scissors
PVA Glue (US/UK)
Craftsy

Let’s Make it! 

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Step 1: 

Cut one paper plate to create a ‘head like’ shape and remove the perforated rim of the other and fold it in half – this will become the dinosaurs mouth.

TIP: Place the folded paper plate onto the bottom half the ‘head’ and trim to size.

Step 2: 

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Stick the ‘mouth’ onto the ‘head’ and paint – This is time to get creative with bright colours and patterns!

While the paper plate is drying, using the cut offs of the paper plate, create teeth, eyes and horns. Depending on the shape of your dino’s head, you may need some extra paper!

Step 3: 

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Finish your paper plate dinosaur with eyes, teeth and horns and start roaring!

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Dinosaur Books 

In my house, craft and books come hand in hand. We love reading and i’m a firm believer that expanding the book through craft, art or an activity helps to enhance a child’s understanding of a book/idea/theme, as well as their imagination and of course is great for stimulating creative thinking.

Here are few Dinosaur Books my kids adore!

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Paper Plate Baubles

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This year, my kids are totally into making their own Christmas decorations, which means everything is shiny, sparkly and very colourful! Inspired by several readings of Elmer’s Christmas, the kids put together these gorgeous paper plate baubles – as you can see they’re multi-coloured, just like Elmer’s colourful patchwork body.

The baubles are super easy to make and a perfect activity for multiple children of different ages. My girls immersed themselves into every element; cutting, sticking, making patterns and most importantly, they had an amazing time getting creative together.

Paper Plate Baubles: Materials

Paper Plates
Multi-coloured paper/foil/tissue paper or even felt
Pipe Cleaner
Black paper
PVA Glue
Scissors

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To get started, simply set the kids up with paper plates, a selection of colourful paper and glue.

It might be an idea to remove the rims off the paper plates before the kiddies start sticking. As you can see, we didn’t and it would have been much easier if we had!

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Pierce a small hole into the collaged paper plate, attach a pipe cleaner and secure to create a loop for hanging on the tree. Cover the hole with a little black square.

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And that’s it! Kids’ craft doesn’t get easier than that and from my perspective, there’s nothing better than giving the kids the opportunity to take the lead and let their imaginations flow.

Can you believe, this particular craft was initiated by 2 year old Cakes!?! I had no idea what she was up to until her big sister got involved with the cutting and sticking, making their paper plate baubles the perfect craft to include in the 10 Days of Kid-Made Christmas hosted by the wonderful Mama-Miss.

Arty Crafty Kids - Craft - Christmas Craft for Kids - Paper Plate BaubleFor more simple crafty Christmas ideas, take a look at our Toddler Christmas Trees and Christmas Doodle Art!

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The Thing About Yetis

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The Thing about Yetis is a ridiculously cute picture book by Vin Vogel. My children fell in love with the fluffy, sometimes ‘crabby’ character with all its amusing expressions and antics. It’s an easy book for young children to follow and most importantly, relate to.

We talked about the activities we like to pursue in Winter and used the illustrations to discuss the emotions of the yeti; was he happy or sad? having fun or being a little mischievous? and from this perspective, The Thing about Yetis (US Link / UK Link )really comes into its own, as the illustrations compliment and expand the narrative beautifully.

It’s a fun, bouncy book with tons of humour  and your preschooler will love it!

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As always, we like to extend all book readings with an activity or craft and for The Thing about Yetis (US Link / UK Link ), we’ve created our own adorable Yeti.

Paper Plate Yeti: Materials and Supplies 

Paper Plate
Cotton Wool Balls
Stock Paper – White, Blue and Red
PVA Glue
Scissors

A copy of The Thing about Yetis (US Link / UK Link )

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To begin, set your arty crafty kids up with a paper plate, PVA glue and cotton balls. Separate the cotton balls and stick them to the paper plate to create a fluffy layer.

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Using coloured paper, cut out eyes, a nose and a mouth for the yeti.

Cut a piece of white paper into four strips – these will be used for the legs and arms.

Cut two mitten shapes and two ovals for feet.

And finally, cut a white pipe cleaner into 3 uneven pieces.

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To create a bit of texture, fold the strips of white paper into alternating folds and attach them to the mittens and ovals.

Complete the yeti by sticking the facial features directly onto the fluffy paper plate and attach the arms, legs and tuffs of hair (pipecleaners) to the back of the plate, securing with sticky tape.

Your arty crafty kid should now have a super cute and fluffy yeti all of their own to help bring the character of the The Thing about Yetis to life!

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Paper Plate Owl

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If you take a look around the blog, you may notice that we LOVE colour – the brighter the bolder the better! And my kids paper plate owls are certainly colourful, and probably the craziest looking owls you’ve ever come across.

They had so much fun making their funky owls and as a mum, it’s great when you find a suitable craft idea for a toddler and older sibling. Using different techniques, they absorbed themselves into the process and paint!

Super easy to make and with just a few materials, our paper plate owl craft can be recreated at home or within a kids craft group or preschool setting.

Paper Plate Owl : Materials 

Paper Plates x2 per Owl
Paint
Sponge
Split Pins
White Card or Paper
Marker Pen
Scissors

Paper Plate Owl: 

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1. Set the kids up with paint of various colours and a small sponge for each. I simply cut a sponge up into small pieces. 

2. Apply the paint onto the front of the first paper plate (PP1). The kids can apply the paint using any method, my yougest used her hands and my eldest stuck with the sponge.  

For this particular craft we opted for sponge painting to create a feathered affect.  It’s also a nice change from the typical paint brush and creates some great colour blends when layered with different colours.

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3. Paint the back of the second paper plate (PP2) – this will become the owls wings!

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4. Leave to dry before moving onto the next step.

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5. Cut two wing shapes from the PP2 and secure onto PP1 using split pins. This will create movable wings, which adds a little personality to the owl and turns their craft into a fun toy!

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6. To finish off, add two eyes and a triangular beak using white card or paper.

I hope your arty crafty kids have fun making their own paper plate owls!

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Paper Plate Triceratops

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Right now, our household is dinosaur mad! we’ve been reading about dinosaurs, watching dinosaur programmes and making lots and lots of dinosaurs, and this paper plate triceratops is a firm favourite. I love how it turned out, especially the toothy grin!

When Angel takes an interest in a particular topic, I love running it with it and making it as fun as possible. Not only does it support learning, but she had a blast turning her favourite dinosaur into a paper plate and its a craft that I’m sure all kids will love.

Paper Plate Triceratops: Materials

2 Paper Plates
Paint
PVA Glue
Scissors

Paper Plate Triceratops 
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1. Take a white paper plate and remove half of the perforated edge of the paper plate (PP1). Shape the  remainder of the rim. This will become the dinosaurs face.

2. Paint PP1  and paint just half of PP2 using the same colour. We chose to paint ours green.

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3. Cut out the painted semi-cirlce on PP2 and again remove the perforated rim.

4. Paint a pink semi-circle onto PP1.

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5. Using the white remainder of the PP2, cut out a toothy semi-circle and glue it onto the dry pink semicircle.

6. Creating a small fold, glue the roof of the mouth above the pink semi-circle to finish off the dinosaurs mouth. It should flap quite freely.

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7. To finish off, cut out three triangles from the scraps of white paper plate and two circles for eyes.

8. Glue the eyes on and create a small fold on each of the wide parts of the triangle, and glue. Gently fold the unglued parts of the triangle towards you to create a 3d effect.

I hope you’ve loved our paper plate triceratops as much as us!  If you try this at home or within a group, preschool setting, it would great to hear how you get along with it and keep checking back for more dinosaur crafts and activities – we’re totally in the dino zone!

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20 Amazing Animal Paper Plate Crafts

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I love animal paper plate crafts and the aim of the this round-up is to leave you feeling super inspired and wanting to do each of every one of this amazing collection!

They’re all easy to make, seriously cute, colourful, fun and they put a big smile on my face.

You’ll find snakes, lions, birds, fish and much much more, and most importantly, they’re all totally do-able for kids to make!

20 Amazing Animal Paper Plate Crafts 

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1.  Easy Preschool Butterfly Craft by Arty Crafty Kids

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2.  Rockin Paper Plate Shark Craft by Artsy Momma

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3. Paper Plate & Cupcake Liner Fish by Easy Peasy and Fun

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4. Paper Plate Hippo by I Heart Crafty Things

Arty Crafty Kids - Kids Craft - 20 Amazing Animal Paper Plate Crafts5. Paper Plate Lion by Arty Crafty Kids

Arty Crafty Kids - Kids Craft - 20 Amazing Animal Paper Plate Crafts6. Paper Plate Owls by Happy Hooligans

Arty Crafty Kids - Kids Craft - 20 Amazing Animal Paper Plate Crafts7. Paper Plate Snake by Crafty Morning

Arty Crafty Kids - Kids Craft - 20 Amazing Animal Paper Plate Crafts8. Make a Frog Mask by Kids Craft Room

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9. Paper Plate Sheep by Housing a Forest

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10. Paper Plate Lady Bugs by Crafts by Amanda

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11. Paper Plate Crocodile by Easy Peasy and Fun Arty Crafty Kids - Kids Craft - 20 Amazing Animal Paper Plate Crafts

12. Paper Plate Dragons by Learn with Play at Home

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13. Paper Plate Snail by Arty Crafty Kids

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14. Paper Plate Mouse by Housing a Forest

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15. Paper Plate Giraffe by Crafty Morning

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16. Paper Plate Birds by Happy Hooligans Arty Crafty Kids - Kids Craft - 20 Amazing Animal Paper Plate Crafts

17. Paper Plate Black Cat by Crafts by Amanda Arty Crafty Kids - Kids Craft - 20 Amazing Animal Paper Plate Crafts

18. Paper Plate Chickens – By Molly Moo

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19. Rocking Paper Plate Crab by Pink Stripey Socks

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20. Fingerprint Paper Plate Peacock by I Hearts Arts and Crafts

With a little something for kids of all ages and abilities, I hope you’ve loved each and every one of these 20 Amazing Animal Paper Plate Crafts! Do you have a favourite?

 

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