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Tissue Paper Lady Bug

Lady bugs are liked by all ages and they are probably the most recognizable of all the insects. This is a fun craft for kids and all it requires is cutting, tearing and gluing. 

 

 

Paper Lady Bug Craft for Kids

For this project you will need:

- black cardstock
- red and black tissue paper
- two wiggly eyes (size depends on the size of the lady bug)
- craft glue

Ages 6 and older

Craft Pattern:

Lady Bug Pattern for Tea Light Lady Bug

Lady Bug Template

Instructions:

1. Print out the “Lady Bug Template” and transfer the markings onto black cardstock. You will only need the part with the feet on it.
2. Tear several red and a few black tissue paper squares about 4-5 cm in size (approximately 2 inches). Wad these into balls and then glue them onto the body of the lady bug. The whole body can be covered or as in the image, a long triangular shape left on the backside to sort of look like he is ready to fly.
3. When finished, glue on 2 wiggly eyes.

Illustrated Craft Tutorial:

Transferring Patterns Onto Wood Tutorial

How to Make Patterns and Permanent Templates

 

 

 

 

 

Paper Lady Bug Craft for Kids

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