Hands On Crafts for Kids
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By Barb Zimmerman


Main supplies:

  • Pacon® SunWorks™ construction paper – light brown, red, yellow, green, white
  • Beacon™ Zip Dry™ paper glue
  • Fiskars® Hand punch – 1/8” circle, ¼” circle
  • 1 Paper fastener
  • Black marker

    Basics supplies:
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Ruler

1. Trace and cut hula dancer from light brown paper. Trace and cut 4 flowers: 1 yellow, 3 red. Trace and cut grass skirt from green paper. Snip skirt along dotted lines on pattern. Measure and cut a 6” x 9” piece of white paper.
2. Glue the grass skirt and 3 red flowers in place. Let dry. Punch three yellow ¼” circles and glue to center of the red flowers.
3. Punch a hole in the center of the yellow flower and top of the head. Measure down 3/4” from center top edge of white card stock and punch a hole.
4. Place dancer and yellow flower on top of white paper. Line up holes and insert fastener. Secure on back of the invitation.
5. With a black marker draw face on dancer, outline the body of the dancer on the white paper. Slide the dancer to the side and on the white paper (within the edges of the outlined dancer) write your invitation message.


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