Time to get silly with this Talking Fish Paper Craft. While this isn’t the easiest of fish crafts, or the easiest origami the end result is worth the trouble. I mean, you’ll make a talking fish!
You probably know Nemo and Dory.
They are such wonderful fish friends, right? And have you played the Feeding Frenzy game?
It is definitely our favorite fish game so far.
Give it a try!
We decided to spread our love for fish and make a really cool fish project today.
It is an origami fish, but not an ordinary one.
This fish can talk.
We have so much fun playing with it. It is a great toy to have around when you are bored.
A talking fish, woo-hoo! What can be cooler than that?
How to Make a Talking Fish Paper Craft
What you need:
- A4 paper sheet
- 2 googly eyes
- white acrylic color and a cotton bud (if you want to add dots on the paper fish)
Step by Step Instructions
Fold a square and cut the excess paper using scissors.
Fold the triangle in half.
Follow the pictures provided carefully!
Fold the triangle in two equal parts, a triangle one and a rectangle one.
Open the folds and fold the rectangle part again.
Fold a triangle out of the rectangle part.
Fold a small triangle on the same side …
… and open it.
Fold a small long triangle.
Fold a tiny triangle at the corner.
Open the folded paper. Now we will start assembling the fish.
Fold two opposite triangle corners.
Fold two longer triangles on each side.
Pop out a small triangle in the middle …
… by folding the middle part inside.
It should look like this.
Crease the square in the middle.
Take the two opposite sides which don’t have any folds and start pushing them close to one another, so the square is pressed inside.
Notice how the paper should look by now.
See if you have properly folded everything.
Fold a long triangle.
Fold a long triangle on the opposite side too. Now we have two tail parts.
Open the square that we pressed inside.
Fold the two tail parts inside the square …
… as shown in the picture.
Apply some glue in between them and press the parts together with your fingers until the glue dries.
And hold it firmly.
Put some glue on the googly eyes and glue them on the head.
Open the 3D fish and make it talk.
You can follow the video provided if you have any difficulties assembling this project.
Go show this talking fish to your parents.
Is this fish fun to have around the house?
Happy crafting and stay tuned for more fish crafts!