Looking for a spring craft for kids? You must give this paper bowl mushroom a try! It’s too cute!
We started expanding our crafts to new materials and techniques this year. We’ve already included handprints, clay pots and coffee filters. It’s time now for two of the most versatile craft materials: paper bowls and paper plates.
We’ve been blessed with fantastic couple of days of warm weather. The snow melted away so we switched from snow boots to rain boots and went outside on adventures every single day. Although there is a big winter storm coming up tomorrow (strange weather, I must say), today it still feels like spring. So let’s get busy with a fun spring craft.
Paper Bowl Mushroom Craft
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- paper bowls
- paper rolls
- red paint
- white cardstock paper
- green felt
Step 1: Paint the outside of the paper bowl red. Wait for the paint to dry and apply another coat of paint.
Step 2: Use a circle punch to cut out small circles from the white cardstock and glue them to the paper bowls. You can use instead white round stickers .
Step 3: Cut 2-inch wide strips from the green felt. Cut it to look like grass and glue it to the bottom of the paper rolls.
Step 4: Glue the paper bowls to the paper rolls.
I used a toilet paper roll and a paper towel roll and cut the latter a bit taller than the former.
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