Kids Diy

DIY-Printable Paper Skull

Here is an ideal paper toy for teens and pre-teens: a paper skull to print and fold. There is a color version and a black and white version so you can decorate it however you want. With the black and white template, you can color, draw, paste on paper, add glitter, etc.

Interest: development of fine motor skills and creation
Material: cutter, cutting board, ruler, double-sided adhesive tape, and the skull printed on a sheet of A4 paper (not too thick or it will be hard to fold) in color or in black and white
Age range: from 9-10 years old

How to use this printable paper skull

Using a craft knife, cut along all black lines. Then score/fold all the dotted lines. If you wish, you can also cut out the eyes, nose, and mouth. I think it gives a good effect. At this point, you can color or stick colored paper (or glitter) on the skull (if you are using the black and white version). Use a glue stick to glue the skull to the colored paper, then use the craft knife to cut around the paper skull again.

Place double-sided tape over all seven flaps. You’ll need to cut the tape to size once you’ve glued it on. Fold and glue all sides together. It’s finished!

DIY-Printable Paper Skull

 

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