Bubble Wrap Santa Craft is super fun and easy painting Holiday art activity for toddlers and preschoolers. Make an adorable Santa and paint his beard using bubble wrap!
Christmas is a great time of year to get crafty! But if you have a toddlers finding easy crafts they can actually do themselves cane challenging. Here is a fun and easy idea that your toddler will be able to do themselves with a little help from you!
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How to Create a Bubble Wrap Santa Craft
Grab your red construction paper and cut a rough triangle for Santa’s hat. Next, glue cotton balls along the bottom edge of the hat and one at the very top.
Cut out a large circle for Santa’s face and glue large googley eyes to the face.
Grab a sheet of black construction paper and glue it to the bottom of the Santa’s face. Finally, cut out a small circle for a nose and glue it in the middle of the face just over the black construction paper, as shown below.
Pour out some white washable paint and grab a paint brush and paint your bubble wrap. Use it to make prints on the black construction paper to create Santa’s beard!
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- Black Sharpie
- Construction Paper (red, blue, yellow and green)
- Cotton Balls
- Washable Kids Paint
- Bubbles Wrap
- Googley Eyes