Home    Subscribe    Write for Us    FAQ    Contact    HubGarden    Login
Share your craft ideas for a share of the ad revenue. Click on Write For Us.

Paper Badge

by Stephanie (follow)
Easy (884)      Any Age (405)      Cheap (300)      Papercraft (94)      Party (64)      badge (2)     
Make your own badges using some papers, mountain tape and, last but not least, some creativity. These badges can be made for various occasions such as birthday parties or simply for fun.


Time: 10 minutes
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy

Materials
Coloured papers (use two matching or near similar papers)
A sheet of cardboard
Mountain tape
Stickers
Glue, scissors, ruler, compass
Safety pins



Method
Start by cutting your first sheet of paper (15cm x 8cm) twice. Then cut your matching paper (10cm x 2.5cm) twice for the ribbons.
Draw a 4 diameter circle on the cardboard using the compass and cut.



Using the first cutting, accordion fold both paper strips with 1cm spacing.



Fold each folded paper in half and glue the middle to form a semi circle.
Then glue both to make a full circle.



Turn over and stick a small piece of tape. Then glue the cardboard on it. Use the ribbon papers strips and glue on the piece of cardboard.
Insert the safety pin in a piece of paper and glue to the back.



Repeat on the other side, but instead of sticking the ribbon and safety pin, glue your stickers or any desired feature on the badge and there you have your customised paper badge.



Categories
#easy
#papercraft
#cheap
#badge
#party
#any age
I like this Article - 7
[ print friendly ]
More Articles by Stephanie
Let the kids make their own rafts using an empty milk bottle and enjoy some amazing adventures
10 likes
These yummy sailboats are sure to please the little ones this summer
6 likes
The new year has begun and what a better time to create some new room decor for the kids' room
7 likes
This is a fun craft for all space loving kids
9 likes
This is an awesome craft for every princesses who love the Beauty and the Beast
1 like
If your kids are fans of the Harry Potter book series, then I am sure they would love to make this H...
6 likes
view all articles by Stephanie
Articles by Stephanie on Other Hubs
ID: 19005
[ Submit a Comment ]
Do you mean "mounting tape"?????????
That's it (or double-sided tape if you prefer).
You could use glue as well but my guess is that it'll leave a more messy finish.
Trending Articles
A lovely spring craft for toddlers to create
6 likes
Box pinatas are a quick and easy alternative to papier mache pinatas
8 likes
For some students, math isnʼt always their favorite subject
1 like
Loom flowers are so easy, so fun, and if you make your own loom and use leftover yarn, they wont cos...
8 likes
With a flower loom, kids can easily create cute flowers, out of yarn, that can be used to decorate j...
3 likes
If your child loves to draw, this is a great activity for them to encourage their creativity
1 like
Upcycle a breakfast cereal box and hop into Easter with this cute Easter Bunny Mask
3 likes
Here's how to make a colourful elephant from a recycled milk bottle and tissue paper
9 likes
This cute and fun Christmas card can be made by little ones with the help of an adult
3 likes
Snowmen crafts are fun at Christmas and this one is simple, quick and cheap to make
6 likes
Categories
Under 5s (593)
Any Age (405)
Over 10s (384)
Baby (12)
Links (1)
Easy (884)
Medium (247)
Hard (37)
 
Copyright 2012-2018 OatLabs ABN 18113479226. mobile version