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Paper and Yarn Jelly Fish

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Re-use your child's painting to make a fun Jelly Fish



Time: 10 minutes
Age: Under 5's, 5-10's
Level: Medium

Materials
A painting by your child
White paper
Pen
Scissors
Sticky tape
Yarn
Hole puncher



Method
Fold the painting in half. The crease side will the the top of the jelly fish. Leaving the crease intact, cut out a jelly fish shape.


Draw two eyes on the white paper, cut them out, stick them to the jelly fish.



Open the jelly fish, painted side down.


Fold sticky tape over itself, making double sided tape. Stick this on the bottom edge of the jelly fish all the way across.


Cut numerous pieces of yarn, of similar lengths. Stick the end of each piece to the sticky tape.


Fold the jelly fish closed, and press down over the sticky tape.


Punch a hole at the top of the jelly fish so you can display this beautiful sea creature.




Categories
#Recycle
#Jellyfish
#Underwater
#Yarn
#Paper
#Mobile
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