The clown is what makes kids happy nowadays. So here in this article today you will be familiarized with how to make clowns out of chart papers and mostly waste to hype up the party.
These are easy to make without any hustle. Also, by doing all this you get to kill time in this lockdown period and the cherry on the top is that you get to spend time with your younger one. In this way, you get a good opportunity to make up for all the lost time. So, the following are the ways on how and when you can make the clowns.
Clown Craft Ideas for Kids
1. The happy clown
Have a birthday celebration to organize for your younger one and can’t go outside for corona? Don’t worry we got you. Use your crafty knowledge to make some happy, smiley clowns and stick them to the wall. In this way, you will have to spend a lot less money and you can ask your younger one to help as well because he/she can learn on how to be a person of art and then he can do the magic using his hands and some creativity and out of box thinking.
2. Use your free time and do so clowning
Getting bored with doing nothing? Can’t even step outside for this lockdown. So the solution of your problem is to take a plastic plate and fill that with some mini cotton balls from your mother’s stash and use them to make a clown.
3. Don’t throw those waste chart papers. Just don’t
Planning a get together for your younger one and his/her friends for they are unable to play outside these days? Why not make it more fun and do some DIY-ing so that the younger ones can get something to learn during there visit and the get-together celebration. To decorate the party with these clowns will cheer up the mood of the party members.
4. Spend some time with your younger one in crafting
Since the lockdown came in effect you must have been forced to sit at home. But you can’t deny the fact that this lockdown is a opportunity for you to spend some time with your family. So, hurry up and make up for the lost time and sit with your younger brother/sister/kid/niece/nephew and show some of your craftiness by making these DIY clowns and teaching them on how a great magician they can be if they get a bit of upper hand in making use of the waste that keep lying around.
5. Clown it all up
This can be made by any person of age 6-12. They can make them for the surprise party they are planning for their friends or even for there mini get-together celebration they host. Furthermore, these clowns are easy to make
6. Host a clown party theme
To the people whose youngers are struggling to decide a theme for the party. Worry no more, give them the idea of “clown” theme and voila problem solved. Get your younger one clowning it all up in the theme party next time.
7. Stick the clown on walls
When the younger one gets a separate room he or she definitely feels the urge to decorate the room to make it look all fun and beautiful. So, why not lend an idea of making funny clowns out of chart papers and then stick them to the ground.
8. Do some clowning for that birthday party
Take that waste chart paper and the plate and use it to make a clown (a funny one) for the surprise party you are hosting for your younger one. Use some ribbons and some mini fur balls to make the nose and the clown hairs.
9. Let your kid learn
This lockdown help your kid to learn some art and craft. Tell them to fill that blank wall with their craft made clown and in the meantime make sure you act as a helping time not only to provide them with good ideas but also to spend some quality time with them.
10. Make a full clown
This time make a clown with body and legs. To attach them to each other use some plastic wire or some ribbons. Use a yellow chart paper to make the hairs and some blue to make the hat as shown in the photo.
11. Use clown theme in the kite for Sankranti festival
It’s pretty sure that during Sankranti time every time fly kites in the sky. So, to make your younger one happier why not theme it up with “clowns”. Then they will fly kites with more happiness and curiosity. This way they will look forward to the festival of Sankranti with much more excitement.
12. Create a giant clown for that art homework
For the art homework that your younger one had got, tell them to make a clown in a giant chart paper. This is easy to make and the tools require here for making the giant clown are easily available. Hence, drawing a giant clown can be fun and learning.
13. Host an outdoor clown party
After the corona pandemic is over, host a party for your younger ones and his or her friends. On the occasion of having a pandemic-free environment host the party outside. And make some clowns decorate the party.
14. Make a clown for this Christmas
Since this Christmas is probably destined to be celebrated inside. Apart from your enjoyment make it worthwhile for your younger ones as well by hosting a clown in the theme of Santa. Make a clown but also make sure that the theme of the overall clown matches that of Santa Claus.
15. Don’t throw those plastic cups
Make these clowns with the help of some plastic cups. These are easy to make and will get ready in no time. This clown can be used as a pyramid to decorate for a celebration of any kind you are preparing to host for your younger one.
So, that’s how you can add a little razzle-dazzle to the party of any kind your younger one is hosting or you are hosting for your younger one. The best part is that almost all of the tools require for making these clown crafts can be easily accessed without any unnecessary haste. Hence, put a smile on your younger one face by lending him a helping hand in making these crafts, and make sure you do it with full excitement.
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