Ladybug with roll of toilet paper. Recycling craft

Ladybug with roll of toilet paper. Recycling craft

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Finding leisure activities at home can be challenging, but you just need a little imagination to turn everyday objects into ornaments and toys, as you can with this ladybug with toilet paper roll for kids.

In addition to spending a fun afternoon and helping children improve their motor skills, recycling crafts help children learn values ​​such as respect for the environment, so necessary in their education.

  • Roll of toilet paper
  • Red card
  • Maroon cardstock
  • Black card
  • Glue
  • Black marker
  • Pencil
  • Pair of scissors

1. Cut out a rectangle from red construction paper. It should be the same width as the length of the paper roll, and long enough to cover it completely. Glue the cardboard with a little white glue.

2. Print out the ladybug wings template, which you can download HERE. Cut out the template of the wings and antennae, trace the wings on maroon cardboard and the antennae on black cardboard and cut them out. Fold the central part, where it will be glued.

3. Cut out circles of various sizes on the black card to make the dots for the ladybug. Make two small ones for the eyes.

4. Glue the dots on the wings, and place them on the roll, putting a little glue in the middle. Attach the antennas to the top of the roll, dabbing a bit of glue on the bottom of the antennas.

5. Glue the eyes at the top, in front. With black marker, draw the lashes to the ladybug and the mouth.

Video: Recycled DIY: How to make a toilet paper roll ladybug (May 2022).