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Collage Robots

by Claire Winlow (follow)
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Collages are a great way of using up scraps of paper and robots lend themselves very well to this craft as they can be assembled easily by kids with basic shapes



Collage, robot


Time: 15 minutes
Age: Under 5's, 5-10's
Level: Easy

Materials
Card
Colour paper
Glue
Marker pen

Method
Start with a little preparation. Cut various shapes with rectangles, squares and circles being the most useful.



Collage, robot


If your children a little younger, you might need to help them get going, suggesting a big square for the body and a smaller one for the head. However, it's just a robot so anything goes.



Collage, robot


Glue and stick shapes onto card to make a robot.
You can add extra features like a smile with a pen.



Collage, robot



Collage, robot


These collage robots were inspired by a lovely customised wall sticker from Chameleon Wall Art

They are available to buy from the Chameleon Art website, just click here to see more.



robot, customise, wall sticker, wall decal, matte fabric, nursery, kids room, nursery decor


Categories
#Robot
#Outerspace
#Collage
#Papercraft
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