Still on our Ocean theme, we made this contact paper jellyfish craft which even tots can make.
Contact paper is such a hit with children and it is suitable even for little ones. Art and craft need not always have a beautiful outcome – it’s the process that matters and that’s what we did for our contact paper process art last year, back when my boy was 13 months old.
For this jellyfish craft, here’s what I prepared:
To start, tear off the plasticky part of the contact paper and stick on the ‘D’ shape paper cut-out (to make things easier for this stage, trace the shape of the jellyfish on an old painting then work to cut out a ‘D’ shape from the painting so that the paper will fit nicely on the contact paper):
And the sticking begins! My boy at 21 months truly enjoyed himself!
And obviously my 5 year old enjoyed the process too!:
I helped my boy with the tentacles and the sprinkling of the glitter and he was so proud of his completed work!:
I’m sure you can tell that my kids had a blast! It’s such a simple craft to prepare – inexpensive too! Have fun!
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