Paper Rosette Fish Craft

Do you love doing rosette crafts? This Paper Rosette Fish Craft will be the best craft you’ve made in a long time.

It is going to blow all the other sea life crafts out of the water.

Paper Rosette Fish Craft

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We have a nice collection of Summer Crafts for your kids (check out the Summer Agamograph Template and learn with our Printable Summer Activity Book).

There is just something about watching fish that can make someone feel instantly happy.

Now you can make your very own fish craft and swim the day away with your imagination.

How to Make This Paper Rosette Fish Craft

What you need:

  • blue, pink, and white construction paper
  • scissors
  • yarn
  • glue
  • marker

Step by Step Tutorial

Don’t settle when it comes to making crafts; make it fun! Start by laying out a blue piece of construction paper.

Fold the piece of paper in half.

Use the scissors and cut the piece of paper in half.

Now here comes the fun part! Fold the piece of paper like a fan.

You are going to do this on both sides of the piece of paper.

Next, you are going to glue both DIY fans together.

Squeeze super hard, and then tie the string in the middle.

Take glue to the open end of the circle.

Start gluing to make a circle rosette, as shown here.

Once you glued everything, it will resemble a circle like a rosette.

Take the piece of pink paper and freehand the parts of the fish you will need: two fins, a tail, and an eye.

Glue everything where it needs to go.

Paper Rosette Fish Craft Idea

At the end of this Paper Rosette Fish Craft, you are going to have a very colorful fish. You can make him swim, dance, and sing.

If you are learning more about fish, you can get as in-depth with the fish design as you’d like.

One thing that is true about the sea is that everything is different in design.

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