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With a few discarded mailing tubes, construction paper, and Fiskars Squeeze Punches you can craft these characters in under 20 minutes.
First you’ll need to gather light blue and brown paint along with two paint brushes and oversized heavy duty paper plates (Chinet style). You’ll definitely want a plate that doesn’t have a glossy coating.
Then paint the top half of the plate light blue and the bottom half chocolate brown. Set aside and allow to dry.
Then, cut the bottom flap off of a paper lunch sack and feed through the paper crimper.
Using kid appropriate scissors, allow them to cut the paper bag in half, then cut into super thin strips across the grain of the crimped wave.
Once you have the whole bag cut up, gather the strips in your hand and slightly wad them up to add dimension. Adhere to the plate over the brown paint using school glue, tacky glue or a low-melt hot glue gun. Add in feathers, twigs, yarn and other small nest making items.
Now that you’ve feathered the nest, it’s time to make a bird to put into it. You can use the original punches piece if you’d like and add more than one to make a nest of baby birdies, OR, you can stretch the use of your tools and use the small punched piece as a template to create something larger.
To do so, punch a single bird and trace onto the center of a sheet of copy paper. Place the traced design onto a copy machine and enlarge the image 200% to create a template. Cut out the template.
Next, punch several squares from a variety of red patterned papers and adhere to a piece of cardstock.
Paper Plates (Non-Glossy)
Sky Blue Acrylic Craft Paint
Brown Acrylic Craft Paint
Brown Paper Lunch Sacks
Low-temp Hot Glue Gun
Hot Glue Sticks