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Making a Paper Plate Lady Bug

Paper plates are a favorite craft supply for toddler and preschool craft projects. This is a guide about making a paper plate lady bug.
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June 25, 20070 found this helpful

This is a cute lady bug made from paper plates.

Approximate Time 35 minutes

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Take one paper plate and paint it all black, this is the body. Then take another paper plate and cut in half and paint whatever color you want the wings. Let all dry, then paint your spots on the wings. Take another plate and cut a small half circle like in picture, paint it black. When it dries, paint on eyes . Glue wings on body, then the head on. This a perfect craft for Bible school or summer camp, very inexpensive.

By Sandy from Bluff City, TN

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June 25, 20070 found this helpful

2 cute !! I give you 2 thumbs up on this one.what a good idea for the child who is bored on going to vacation bible school

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June 26, 20070 found this helpful

I love this. Very cute!!!!! My SIL is a collector of ladybugs and know that she will cherish this when my DD makes her one.

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Will definately do this with her. Thank you for sharing.

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By Lynda (Guest Post)
June 27, 20070 found this helpful

And, if you painted another plate black, cut out the
black "V" in the yellow plate, then glued them together you would have a floor target for those sponge-bullet guns kids love. They never know what to shoot at. This could be not only a good target, but if shot just right, it would move forward with the
pressure of the sponge bullet. CUTE!! God Bless you. : )

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