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Cute paper plate Narwhal
My little guy is a huge fan of all things under the sea. He loves to learn about the ocean environment and the creatures that live within it. Whales are his absolute favourite and it’s easy to see why, they’re pretty impressive. Right now he’s really interested in Narwhals. Hence today’s craft; this cute paper plate Narwhal! Isn’t he cute?
You will need
Black and white card
First you’ll need to draw your whale shape on to your paper plate as you can see above (once I have a functioning scanner I will scan in my template so watch this space!). Cut out your whale shape and paint it in your chosen colour. Put your narwhal aside to dry.
Once dry, it’s time to give your Narwhal an eye! Cut out a black circle for the base of the eye, then cut out a white circle and a another smaller white circle to make the light spots. Glue the pieces together to make the eye and then glue it down in place on your narwhal.
Cut out a white cone shape to make the tusk and then use your black marker to draw on the lines. Glue the tusk down in place on the back of your paper plate.
Finish off your super cute Narwhal by using your black marker to draw on a smiley mouth and a flipper. Doesn’t he look sweet!?
Hi, i'm Kay! i'm mum to two gorgeous and cheeky little monkeys. In this house we love crafts, messy play and fun educational activities and i started this blog to share some of our favourite ideas so that you can try them with your children too!