Paper Plates are every party staples and we all have a ton of them lying around in our store rooms. There’s nothing more fun than re-purposing them into something your kids will enjoy. Here are 7 Easy Paper Plate Crafts just for you.
7 Easy Paper Plate crafts:
1. Crocodile Paper Plate Craft:
This Crocodile made out of paper plates from Easy Peasy and Fun is easy, fun and very lively. You won’t need anything other than two paper plates, a piece of chart paper for tongue and paints to add more effects.
2. Paper Plate Ladybug:
Paper Plate Ladybug from Housing a forest is made out of pieces of yarn, paper plate and wiggly eyes. It’s so simple to make. Let your child make the spots with finger paints and have fun.
3. Paper Plate Dinosaur:
Dinosaurs are every child’s favourite. And what better way than making them out of paper plates? If you have paper plates in a variety of colours it adds so much details to the dinosaur.
4. Peacock Paper Plate Craft:
Another easy craft from Easy Peasy and Fun, make this beautiful peacock out of paper plates and colour papers. Ask you child to stick on the feathers and the body to the tail. It’s such a fun monsoon activity to do while staying indoors.
5. Easy Watermelon Craft:
Watermelon craft from Coffee, Cups and Crayons is so easy that kid’s of any age can make it on their own. Just provided them a paper plate cut into half, some non-toxic paints and watch them recreate the magic.
6. Apple Paper Plate Craft:
Apple paper plate craft by My Joy Filled Life is another super simple craft to make under 5 minutes. Older children can be provided with the required material and a time limit can be set up for them to recreate the apple. It would make such a wonderful and fun party game.
7. Easy Paper Plate Turkey:
Crafty Housewife shares a simple craft of making a paper plate Turkey out of colour papers, one paper plate and fake feathers. Your child can make it on their own or do it together so you and your child both spend good crafty time together.
Children are so much more crafty and creative than what we think they are. So try not to stagnate their bright ideas and genius minds. Give them suggestions, work it out with them and see how beautifully they fly out of their nests.