This Craft Stick Polar Bear is just the craft you need with winter approaching!
Made with basic materials, making this polar animal will be the highlight of your day.
Polar bears are known for their distinct white fur and large size.
These adorable creatures are commonly associated with cold weather and snow, making them the perfect addition to a Christmas Tree.
When you complete this craft stick polar bear, you’ll have an adorable bear to place anywhere in the home!
How to Make the Craft Stick Polar Bear
What you need:
- five wooden craft sticks
- white paper
- silk ribbon
- heart-shaped rhinestone
- black and pink marker
- glue stick
- acrylic paint (white and gray)
Step by Step Tutorial
Grab your craft sticks and begin painting them with white paint.
Now, wait for your sticks to dry before cutting their bottoms with scissors.
Use both hands to snap one craft stick, removing the smaller piece slightly.
Grab your scissors and cut your craft stick again. Be sure to cut down the middle.
Place your four craft sticks together, with the middle two situated lower than the outer two.
Use a glue stick to attach the cut pieces horizontally across the four craft sticks you’ve glued together.
The Hind Paws
Grab your paintbrush and begin adding more light gray paint to the bottom of your craft sticks.
Make a circle in the center of the sticks with your light gray paint and paintbrush to make a polar bear’s belly.
Add more gray paint to the two craft sticks on the outer section.
Grab your pencil, draw an ellipse on paper, and cut it out.
Draw nose and lips on a white ellipse.
Use your glue to stick the nose to the center of the craft sticks.
Grab the pink marker and draw hearts on both sides of the bear’s nose.
We’ll get these lovely bear cheek blushes.
Use your black pen marker to draw claws on the feet (inner two craft sticks).
We’re going to make a scarf for the bear now.
Grab your ribbon and tie it around the craft sticks, cutting off the excess.
Trim both ends of the ribbon to make them even.
Grab your red heart rhinestone and glue it to the polar bear’s stomach.
The Front Paws
Use your pencil to draw arms.
Add claws to the hands of your bear with a permanent marker.
Glue the arms of the polar bear in place.
Now you have the most adorable-looking polar bear you’ve ever seen!
Complete these fun, cute crafts with your kids at home.
It’s the perfect finish to a lesson on polar bears and all the fantastic things they do in the wild!
Doesn’t it look beautiful? We love it!
You can make a whole bear family if you want.
Have fun crafting!