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Winter paper craft with their own hands - the children can handle it themselves!

The application of torn paper in a mosaic technique is suitable for kids who do not yet know how to handle scissors. It is safe for children and does not require constant monitoring by parents - and how nice it turns out. This little penguin is already dressed and ready to play in the snow!

You will need:

  • 1 sheet of light blue thick paper (cardboard)
  • color paper: black, white, orange and red
  • simple pencil
  • glue stick
  • black marker
  • the template is here.

How to make an application:

  1. Place the template at the top of a light-blue sheet and circle it around the contour with a pencil. You should have an imprint on the blue sheet.

  1. Draw a line behind the penguin's body, a couple of centimeters above where his paws are. It will be the boundary of earth and sky.

  1. Tear the white and black paper into strips, and then tear them into squares.

  1. Remove the template. Apply glue to a small area of ​​blue paper, focusing on the borders drawn on the template. Start from the area where the earth should be, cover the space with pieces of white paper.

  1. Work on small areas of paper so that the glue does not have time to dry before you continue. Glue the black paper squares on the body. Then seal the remaining area in the center of the body with pieces of white paper.

  1. Cut a triangular beak out of orange paper and stick it on the muzzle. Take a black marker and paint a penguin eyes and eyebrows. Tear off a piece of red paper or cut a bow tie and glue into place under the beak.


  1. To make a penguin girl, instead of a red butterfly, cut a smaller pink bow and glue the penguin on the head.
  2. If you want, you can glue "moving" eyes, instead of drawing them with a marker.

Watch the video: 20 TOTALLY COOL PAPER CRAFTS (November 2019).