Grinch Paper Plate Craft

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How the Grinch Stole Christmas is one of our family movie traditions.  We watch it every year.  The kids just love it and so do I.  So to extend the movie we mad a fun Grinch paper plate craft to hang on the art wall. The kids just loved making these. We had fun spending time together while creating our Grinch paper plate crafts.

 

Grinch paper plate craft

 

Grinch Paper Plate Craft

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Supplies/what we used:

  • green cardstock paper
  • yellow cardstock paper
  • black construction paper
  • white cardstock paper
  • green paper plate
  • glue
  • white pom pom
  • scissors

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How to make a Grinch paper plate craft:

 

Gather supplies. Trace out eyes on yellow paper.  Cut smaller pieces of red paper to glue on the yellow eyes. Cut out a triangle from the red paper.  Cut a white strip of paper to glue on the bottom of the triangle (or hat).  Cut out a mouth from the black paper and a few eyelashes. Let the kids help glue the eyes on the plate.  Glue the mouth and eyelashes on too.  Then glue on the hat.  Make sure to glue the white pom pom to the top of the hat.

 

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This craft was really easy to make and fun for the kids.  We look forward to more fun Christmas crafting this holiday season.

 

 

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