Halloween papercraft

Halloween papercraft

Halloween papercraft

Today I am offering you a Halloween paper craft that is easy to make with children from 3. You can use the template to print for the youngest and have them color the drawing before folding it. And for the older ones, you can have them do the whole activity by themselves with the tutorial below. Also Read: Fruits Name For Kids

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Material: paper of different colors, gray pencil, black marker, ruler, and scissors.

Halloween papercrafts: two accessible models

I invite you to print this template for the youngest and use it. As a model to reproduce yours or color it directly before folding it. For older children, find out how to make this papercraft for Halloween below:

1-The paper skull: tutorial

Step 1: Start by outlining the skull with a gray pencil on white paper. Take inspiration from the photo below to draw the top of the skull (it can have the shape you want). And then use a ruler to make a vast mouth.

Step 2: Now draw the interior details, as below (or let your imagination run wild, again). Also, draw a line with a ruler in the middle of the mouth. This is where you will then fold your Halloween papercraft.

Step 3: Carefully cut out the outlines of your skull.

Step 4: Use your black marker or marker to go over all the skull’s features. It would help if you also colored the inside of the mouth, eyes, and nose.

Step 5: Now, all you have to do is fold your Halloween papercraft in the middle of the mouth. You get a fun paper skull with an opening mouth!

2-The paper pumpkin: tutorial

Step 1: Start by outlining the pumpkin with a gray pencil on orange paper. Use the image below for inspiration (you don’t have to make him a hat). Then take your ruler to make him a huge mouth.

Step 2: Draw the same hat on black paper and cut it out.

Step 3: Glue the black hat on the orange paper.

Step 4: It’s time to decorate your hat. Use colored paper: make cutouts and glue the pieces to the black hat.

Step 5: go over all the gray pencil lines with a black marker and color in the mouth.

Step 6: All you have to do is tuck at the mouth to complete your Halloween papercraft. Kids can use it as a toy or put it on a cabinet or shelf to decorate the house on Halloween!

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