Paper plate crafts have been around for decades. I remember making some back in the first grade! Paper plates are inexpensive for us frugal families, and a package of them will last a long time for many happy afternoons of making paper plate crafts.
Today I’m sharing some of the paper plate crafts my children have made over the past two years. There will be more to come in the future as well. To see more information about any of these crafts, click on the link or on the photo. This will take you to the original blog post.
We get a lot of dreary days here in Northern Ireland. I suppose it’s the price to pay for the emerald hills. To help us lighten the mood, the children made this cheery paper plate sunshine with my mom over the webcam.
This vibrant paper plate rainbow and pot of gold is another fun craft Mom did with the kids over the webcam. It sure is a great way for them to connect and keep them ‘close’ when there are years between ‘real life’ visits.
Continuing with the theme of Nana-cam crafts, these fierce little paper plate dinosaurs gave the kids hours of playtime fun.
I love the way these cute little rocking chicks turned out! This is a great craft for spring.
And speaking of spring, this paper plate bunny mask will keep your little ones hopping about getting some exercise indoors when the weather is less than great outdoors.
One of our very first crafts on the blog were these paper plate snowmen. Everytime the kids see them on here they ask to make them again! There are any number of ways to personalise them, and they’re great for toddlers, preschoolers and the younger grades as well.
If you’ve enjoyed seeing these paper plate crafts, please head over to explore our cardboard crafts page for more great ideas!
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