3D paper frog is a great children’s craft, easy and fun. And thanks to the template, you can make it in a matter of minutes, which is popular with children who do not all like to mess around with any type of activity other than playing for a long time.
To make this craft you will need:
- Green cardboard;
- Simple pencil;
- Glue stick;
- Homemade from paper, or purchased eyes.
3D Paper Frog Step by Step
Use an example template.
Or draw your own frog with a rounded body and paws on the sides. Also draw the second component of the frog, which will be the voluminous body. This is almost a repetition of the outline of the body, only a little shorter.
Cut out a flat frog from green cardboard.
Then pear-shaped figures in 4 copies, which will give volume to the paper frog.
Fold each piece in half.
Glue together, applying glue to the halves.
Glue the resulting body onto a flat cardboard frog, aligning it with the back. There should be room for the eyes in the front.
Glue ready-made moving eyes there, or make them out of paper. For example, cut white circles larger and black circles smaller. Black glue in the middle to create pupils. If the frog is small, it is easier to draw black pupils with a felt-tip pen, since it is difficult to cut out a small circle. On the back of the frog, you can also glue a red oval, which will be the tongue.
This is how a 3D paper frog can be, and not only in green, but in a variety of ways.
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