Paper Rosette Lion Craft

Lions may be the king of the jungle, but they also make adorable crafts! This Paper Rosette Lion Craft is not only easy to make, but it makes for a creative craft to do.

You will be able to make a lion craft that brings you a lot of joy. Sing and dance with the lion!

Paper Rosette Lion Craft for Kids

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Paper Rosette Lion Craft is a great craft to create if you are doing a lion unit. Learning more about lions is something that is educational for kids.

How to Make a Paper Rosette Lion Craft

What you need:

  • Yellow construction paper
  • Colored pencils
  • Googly eyes
  • Black markers
  • Glue
  • Scissors

Step by Step Tutorial

You need basic supplies to create this lion craft, which is nice. If you have yellow paper laying around, then you can easily make this craft. Start by folding the piece of paper in half.

After you fold it, go ahead and cut the piece of paper in half.

Once the piece of paper is cut, you can start fan folding the papers to make the Rosette.

Keep going because this is going to be the Rosette piece.

At the end, you should have two pieces of paper that are folded like a fan.

Take glue and put it on one side of the fan.

You are going to glue the two pieces together.

Fold in half.

Add a string to the middle and then cut the string.

Start spreading out the fan.

The end result will be a circle Rosette.

Go ahead and draw a lion’s face.

The lion’s face will be glued onto the Rosette piece.

Go ahead and add eyes to the lion. Make a face on the lion.

You can draw little whiskers onto the lion.

Paper Rosette Lion Craft

You can display the paper rosette piece as decor or you can create a whole family of lions.

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