So, I knew when little Miss RPS turned one, a few years ago, i needed to pull out all the stops which apparently meant crafting to the wee hours and hiding receipts from the hubby. I began with a color scheme of blush, mint and gold and the rest is history!
Draw the heart shape and wing shapes onto the top of the paper plate as shown in the diagram to the right. A printable pattern is available to members. To make it easier to draw the patterns find the middle of the plate by folding it in half first.
The wings and the center of the heart should meet in the middle of the plate. Member's If you are using the pattern, print it out, cut out the shapes, and tape them to the plate so that the patterns are at the edge of the plate.
Use a pencil to trace around the patterns. Draw a line down the center of the heart as shown in the diagram. Fold up on the two lines to the right and left of the center line. Fold the two outside lines back, and then bring the outside folds to the center line and glue it closed to make the heart shape.
Paint the heart shape and wings and then glue the wings to the back of the heart shape. To finish write a valentine message on the heart.
Two paper plates are glued together top to top to form the pocket. The foam heart stickers used in these crafts come from Hobby Lobby.
Fish - Cut fin shapes from a paper plate and glue them to one of the paper plates. Glue the two paper plates together leaving one side open for the mouth. Mouse - Cut a U-shape out of one paper plate and glue it to the top of another paper plate. Cut the head, ears, and feet from brown construction paper and glue them together.
Glue a heart on the head for a nose. Glue the mouse to the top paper plate. Cat - Cut a mouth shape out of the center of one of the paper plates. Cut ear shapes from card stock.
Glue the ears to one of the paper plates and glue the plates together. Punch holes where the whiskers go and thread Chenille stems through the holes. Wind the ends around a pencil to curl them. Cut out a tongue shape and glue it to the inside of the paper plate. Bend the tongue down and glue it to the front of the paper plate.
Pig - Cut a slit in one paper plate. Cut leg shapes from card stock and glue them to the other paper plate. Curl a Chenille stem around a pencil to make the pig's tail and glue it to the paper plate. Glue the two paper plates together and paint the pig.
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