Do you want to do something artsy and fun? Here, follow the instructions and make a Cute Paper-Popsicle Stick Butterfly Craft with reference to the Tutorial given For Kids right below.
It is a Cute Paper-Popsicle Stick Butterfly Craft Tutorial For Kids. It follows very basic steps, so it is great for all ages, from kids around the age of 3 to adults. It will help you learn the basic folds that involve in most crafts, which later take a more advanced form, but this is foundational. The list of materials is given below. It requires very less materials and is very fun to make. It is not at all time-consuming, but it will definitely compel you to have a look at some other craft tutorials after finishing this one. So, let us get started!
DIY Paper-Popsicle Stick Butterfly Craft Tutorial For Kids
- A Pair Of Scissors
- A Popsicle Stick
- Black Pen
- Googly Eyes
- Lavender Craft Paper
Step 1: Taking The Lavender Colored Craft Paper And Cut It
Take the lavender-colored plain sheet of paper. Using a pair of scissors cut a circle out of the paper.
Step 2: Folding It In The Manner Shown Below
Fold the circle very precisely as shown in the above image. Make sure the folds are equal and the creases are visible.
Step 3: Bringing All The Creased Folds Together For This Step
After making the creases, bring together the folds so that it looks as shown in the above reference image.
Step 4: For The Next Step, Fold It To Make The Wings
Now, in this step, fold it from the middle.
Step 5: Grabing Your Glue And Stick The Middle Fold
Now, get hold of your glue and paste the smallest fold that occurs in the center. It must look like the image presented above.
Step 6: Making Another One To Get Both The Wings Of The Butterfly
To get both the wings of the butterfly, make a similar wing using the above steps. Keep them against each other in a way that their center points meet and paste them using glue.
Step 7: Taking A Popsicle Now And Place It In The Center
Take the popsicle stick not and place it in the center of both wings. Make sure the thinner side is upward and paste it.
Step 8: Picking Up Those Googly Eyes And Stick Them
Grab those googly eyes and using the glue paste them at the top of the popsicle stick.
Step 9: Picking Up The Black Pen And Draw On The Popsicle
Using a black marker or a black pen, draw an arc for the smile below the googly eyes. From the center of the popsicle, start drawing the arcs to make the body, from one end to another.
Step 10: Taking Stripes Of The Same Lavender Paper
Cut out a thin strip from the same lavender paper.
Step 11: Taking The Assistance Of A Toothpick And Curl The Strips
Take a toothpick and wrap the strip around it from both ends, leaving some space in the middle.
Step 12: Pasting The Curled Strips Behind The Popsicle
Fold the strip from the center and paste it behind the popsicle stick, in a way that the uncurled portion is also visible. Refer to the picture above.
Here Is The Final Output
Here is it! Cute Paper-Popsicle Stick Butterfly Craft for Kids is finally finished. How adorable it looks! It is a really fun craft activity to do. Crafts like this, stir kids’ creativity. For more such and various other amazing craft ideas, tutorials, and articles, have a glance at the website. You might definitely come across what you would love to do.
For More Butterfly Craft Tutorial
Paper Origami Butterfly Craft For Kids
This craft is perfect for kids who want to explore their creative side. With just a few pieces of paper, you can turn them into beautiful origami butterflies. This craft is easy and fun, so it’s a great activity for a rainy day or family bonding time.
We hope you had fun making this with us. Mention your experiences, suggestions, and reviews in the comment section, we would love to hear from you. Thank you for your time.
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