Paper Art Crafts for Kids


Custom Calendar Paper Art Craft

So many things happen in one year. With the custom calendar paper art craft you can enjoy a special memory every month.

What You'll Need:

  • 13 sheets of light-colored construction paper
  • Hole punch
  • Yarn
  • Blunt scissors
  • Coloring tools such as colored pencils, markers, or watercolor paints
  • Craft glue (optional)

How to make a custom calendar:Step 1: Set all 13 sheets of construction paper together. Punch three to five holes along one long edge. Step 2: Thread a piece of yarn through the holes. Tie the ends together in a knot and trim any extra yarn. Step 3: Punch one hole at the center of the opposite end. With the holes at the top, decorate the calendar cover. Step 4: Think about the types of activities your family or friends take part in each month. Have your child draw a picture for each month, depicting these activities as well as the seasons. Use a different coloring tool for each month. To start, flip the first page. The page at the top (the back of the cover) is January. Decorate the page. Draw the actual calendar on the bottom sheet, copying from another calendar for the dates. Flip the page and do the same for February and the remaining months. Don't forget to write in special dates.Next, learn how to spruce up the dining table.For more creative crafts for kids, check out:

How to make a custom calendar:Step 1: Set all 13 sheets of construction paper together. Punch three to five holes along one long edge. Step 2: Thread a piece of yarn through the holes. Tie the ends together in a knot and trim any extra yarn. Step 3: Punch one hole at the center of the opposite end. With the holes at the top, decorate the calendar cover. Step 4: Think about the types of activities your family or friends take part in each month. Have your child draw a picture for each month, depicting these activities as well as the seasons. Use a different coloring tool for each month. To start, flip the first page. The page at the top (the back of the cover) is January. Decorate the page. Draw the actual calendar on the bottom sheet, copying from another calendar for the dates. Flip the page and do the same for February and the remaining months. Don't forget to write in special dates.Next, learn how to spruce up the dining table.For more creative crafts for kids, check out:

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