Paper Rosette Frog Craft

Who loves frogs? This Paper Rosette Frog Craft combines a love of frogs with doing crafts.

In just a matter of minutes, you can create your very own frog! Everything from the eyes, the frog legs, to the rosette body, this craft screams FUN!

Paper Rosette Frog Craft

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Using this tutorial, you can be on your way to creating frogs that allow hours of play and learning.

How to Make This Paper Rosette Frog Craft

 

What you need:

  • green construction paper
  • glue
  • marker
  • scissors
  • string

Step by Step Tutorial

Take a piece of green construction paper and fold it in half. Once you fold it in half, you will want to cut down the folded line.

Just as we have many times before, you’ll want to start folding each side like a fan.

Glue the end of the rosette piece.

Attach both of the folded pieces of paper together.

Take a string and add it to the middle. Tie it well.

Cut the string down, so it’s not hanging off the piece of the rosette.

Start making a circle out of the rosette. You can do this by slowly unfolding it.

Glue the pieces of rosette together into a full circle, as shown here. This is going to be the body of the Paper Rosette Frog Craft.

Fold another piece of green paper in half.

This is going to act as the body of the frog. You are going to free-hand draw a frog.

Now you can start piecing the frog together.

Freehand two eyes for the frog. You can be as creative as you want with this part.

Now you are going to cut out a little smile for the frog.

Paper Rosette Frog Craft

The result of this Paper Rosette Frog Craft is lots of creativity. You can make dozens of these frogs using this tutorial if you so desire!

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