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How to Make Crocodile Craft Using Bubble Wrap Idea

How to Make Crocodile Craft Using Bubble Wrap Idea

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How to Make Crocodile Craft Using Bubble Wrap Idea

Come join us in making a sweet little crocodile using a discarded sheet of bubble wrap. Follow this step-by-step tutorial and create the same!

Welcome to this step-by-step tutorial. Here we will make a sweet little crocodile, Mr. Crocs, using bubble wrap. Unleash your creativity by creating this amazing craft in no time! Everyone will love the results of your craftwork and you can even use it as your wall decor or even school project! This is a simple and fun craft idea that will keep kids engaged. Grab a discarded bubble wrap and some paints, and here we go!!

DIY Crocodile Craft Using Bubble Wrap Idea

How to Make Crocodile Craft Using Bubble Wrap Idea

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Materials Required

  • Cardboard
  • Paint Colors (Blue, Brown, Green, And Yellow)
  • Black Marker
  • Rounded Paintbrush
  • Bubble Wrap
  • Googly Eyes
  • Red Bindi
  • White Paper
  • Cotton Earbuds
  • Scissors And Glue

Procedure

Step 1: Painting The Ground

Let's Start By Painting-Creating a Crocodile Craft by Utilizing Bubble Wrap

Cut out a circle from a thick sheet of paper or cardboard using scissors. Dip a round paintbrush into brown paint and paint the ground on the bottom of the base.

Step 2: Painting The Ocean

Let's Paint The Ocean-Crafting an Alligator with Bubble Wrap

Dip the paintbrush into the blue paint and paint the ocean over the ground.

Step 3: Pasting Bubble Wrap Crocodile

Let's Make Mr. Crocs-Utilizing Bubble Wrap to Construct a Crocodile

Take a sheet of bubble wrap, using a black marker draw, and cut out Mr. Crocs. Now, using glue paste the cut out onto cardboard.

Step 4:  Painting Mr. Croc

Let's Paint Mr. Crocs-Building a Crocodile Project with Bubble Wrap

Dip the paintbrush into green paint and paint the bubble wrap, just leave some space unpainted in the tummy region.

Step 5: Painting The Tummy

Adding More Colors-Making a Crocodile Artwork from Bubble Wrap

Dip the paintbrush into yellow paint and paint the unpainted region left before, to make the tummy.

Step 6: Adding A Mouth

Let's Give Him A Mouth-Fabricating a Crocodile Design with Bubble Wrap

Cut out a smile from the white paper and color it using green color. Now, paste it over the face from the corner using glue.

Step 7: Pasting Eyes

Pasting Eyes-Developing a Crocodile Craft with Bubble Wrap

Now, paste the googly eyes on his snout using glue.

Step 8: Making Blush

Let's Make Mr. Crocs Blush-Assembling a Crocodile Creation from Bubble Wrap

Use a red bindi or cut out a small circle from red colored paper to make his cheeks and stick behind the smile using glue.

Step 9: Pasting His Hands

Pasting His Hands-Constructing a Crocodile Model from Bubble Wrap

Draw and cut out crocodile hands holding a heart from the white sheet, color it using the paints, and paste them onto the crocodile’s body.

Step 10: Making A Coconut Tree

Adding A Little Scenery- Producing a Crocodile Craft Utilizing Bubble Wrap

Use an earbud to draw bent coconut trees on the base using the green paint from the leaves and brown for the trunk.

Step 11: Adding Waves In The Ocean

Adding More Details-Creating a Crocodile Craft by Utilizing Bubble Wrap

Dip the earbud into white paint and make wavy lines on the ocean to make the waves.

Finally, Mr. Crocs Is Now Ready!

Finally, Mr. Crocs Is Now Ready-Crafting an Alligator with Bubble Wrap

Your crocodile craft is now ready! Take a minute to admire your creation!

This is a highly entertaining and fun activity that will keep kids engaged. Kids can use their creativity and imagination to add more details to Mr. Crocs. Check out our website to find other cool crocodile craft ideas. You can now decorate this craftwork over your room’s wall or can even use it as your school craft project! Show it off to everyone and let everyone be proud of your skills and creativity! This can also be the perfect craft to spend the boring afternoon time in the productive way!

Hoping that you will try this out. Let us know what you think of this craft in the comments section.

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